Easy 3-Step Fluffy Brow Tutorial

Shonagh Scott
by Shonagh Scott
2 Materials
10 Minutes

Hi everyone. Today, I’m going to show you my easy fluffy brow tutorial. The fluffy brow trend is huge right now and, even if you have very sparse brows, you can still work to achieve this look.

Big brows really help to frame your face and help you look your best. So, without further ado, let’s jump on into it.

Tools and materials:

  • Brow gel
  • Brow pen
Applying brow gel

1. Start with a brow gel

To start on your fluffy brow look, you will need a brow gel. Today, I'm using the Iconic London Liquid Brow Silk. This stuff is phenomenal!

We're going to start by brushing the brows in the opposite direction to really coat all the hairs on the front and the back. 

Applying brow gel

Now, you want to start brushing your hairs upwards.

It can take a little while to get your hairs to lay in a different direction because they grow in a certain way and want to lay naturally that way.

Just be persistent with them. 

Applying brow gel

Then, brush them slightly diagonally for a more natural look and, using something flat like the end of a spoolie brush, flatten the brow hairs to the skin.

Eyebrow pen

2. Create tiny hair-like strokes

Now take an eyebrow pen that matches your natural brow color. 

Creating tiny hair-like strokes

Starting at the base of the brow, we're going to be creating hair-like strokes.

We're using a flicking motion to first define the base of the brows. 

Creating tiny hair-like strokes

Then, we can go along and start to create the top half of the brow and the rest of the brow.

To do this, you can either join up from the bottom towards the top or just concentrate on the top. You want to use a very light hand. 

Creating tiny hair-like strokes

3. Continue creating hair-like strokes until your brows look full

Once your brows are looking full and fluffy, you may want to extend the tail a little bit further down. I feel like this helps to better define the brows.

Check for any sparse areas and add some extra hair-like strokes in if need be. Then, repeat the process on your other eyebrow.

Completed fluffy brow

Fluffy brow

There we have it guys! We now have gorgeous, fluffy brows.

The key here is practice, so don’t give up if they don’t look perfect the first time.

I hope you found this fluffy brow tutorial helpful. If you did, leave me a comment down below. 

For more makeup content, check out my post on How to Stop Concealer from Creasing.

Products used:

  • ICONIC London Liquid Silk Brow Hold
  • Urban Decay Brow Blade (Cool Cookie is my preferred shade)
Suggested materials:
  • Brow gel
  • Brow pen

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