Easy Tutorial to Get on The Fluffy Eyebrow Trend

Glam Girl Gabi
by Glam Girl Gabi
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Follow along to get on board with the current, fluffy eyebrow trend! I’m sharing with you 2 products that will make your eyebrows look incredible.

My brows have been through a lot this year! I’ve had a powder ombre tattoo:

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Tools and materials:

  • Brow gel
  • Spoolie
  • Palette knife
  • Concealer brush
Powder ombre brow tattoo

Needless to say, I got that removed. Then I got my brows laminated, which really burnt the hairs. 

Laminated brows

I went lighter with makeup, followed by taking them too dark. 

Along this journey, I’ve tried nearly every product on the shelf to try to achieve the modern, fluffy eyebrow.

I couldn’t figure out how to do this until now!

Brow inspiration

This before image shows my brows earlier today with absolutely no makeup on them:


As you can see, my eyebrows are pretty thin.

The first product I recommend is brow gel. The brand I love right now is Anastasia Beverly Hills.

Applying brow gel

1. Apply brow gel

Dip a spoolie in your brow gel. Brush the product upward through the brow hair of the front section.

Applying brow gel

When you reach the middle to tail section, brush the hairs at an angle.

As soon as you do this, you should notice that your brow hairs are laying flat and in order, which will make them appear thicker. 

Applying brow gel

If you want them to look more laminated, meaning, super separated and lifted:

2. Push the brow hairs

Use a palette knife to push the brow hairs against the skin.

Pushing down brow hairs

Notice the difference between my completed brow (my right) versus my untouched brow:

Eyebrow comparison

If your brows have a lot of hair density, your fluffy brows could be finished now.

If, like me, you have some sparse areas, or if your hair is finer, continue with me. 

3. Fill in your brows for density

The product I’m using here is the Glossier brow flick. I’ve tried many versions of this type of brow pen, but I like this one the best.

Brow pen swatches

Start at the bottom of your brow and draw tiny brushstrokes upward, into the shape of the brow, to look like hairs. 

Filling brows in

Here, I have a hole in my brow, so I’m going in with the pen and carefully drawing in hairs so that my brow arch doesn’t look too extreme.

When filling in a large area, make sure that the hair strokes are drawn close together.

Filling brows in

Use low pressure with this brow product. The higher the pressure, the wider/denser the line.

Play with it on the back of your hand and don’t get discouraged if you don’t like the result after the first use. Achieving your dream fluffy brows is simply a matter of practice.

When sketching in the hairs after the front section and backward, I recommend drawing the lines on a diagonal, to the side.

Mimic the direction of your natural hair growth. To see this technique, check out the video at 5:05. 

At the front of your brow, tilt your pen upward since the hairs grow in that direction.

Filling brows in

4. Apply concealer

Once you’re satisfied with your fluffy brows, go in with a concealer brush that only has some residual concealer on it.

Brush around the perimeter, at the ends of the hairs, to make sure they are still sitting correctly. 

Applying concealer

Here is the end result for these super fluffy and natural looking brows:

Fluffy eyebrow trend

Fluffy eyebrow trend

What do you think of this fluffy brow trend? If you try it out, let me know what you thought in the comments.

Next, check out my 10 minute makeup routine to look 10 years younger.

Products used:

Suggested materials:
  • Brow gel
  • Spoolie
  • Palette knife
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