For a while now I had thinning brows and knew eventually they would be gone, except yesterday I woke up and had no brows, I cried alot over it, I felt like an alien with no hair, no brows, my lashes are very very thin, I was so upset over this and never told my hubby and the funny thing was he and no one else in my household noticed anything!! Considering my brows were fairly dark.
That just made it little easier for me knowing they either really didn't notice or they did and didn't want to hurt my feelings.
Now the only problem I have is I haven't got the slightest clue how to color on brows :((
Any tips Ladies?

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Comment by Tallgirl on July 10, 2011 at 9:03pm
I just use eyebrow powder, so it won't melt in the heat. I am an artist, so application is no problem.
Comment by Ksmith5402 on July 11, 2011 at 2:59pm
When I would put my own brows on, I would use brow pencils, I didnt know there was a powder out there. You really just have to play around with how to draw them. Look around online I'm sure there are guidelines, they will break down how to draw them on. I gave up drawing them on every day and just got mine tattooed on. Best thing I ever did btw. I drew mine on for years, then accepted that they weren't going to come back.
So, if you're going to draw them, pick up some brow pencils and mess around with it. Each persons natural brows are different so just find what works for you.
Comment by Bk on July 13, 2011 at 2:44am
There are great templates that you can get at the drugstore for about $5. That might give you a good starting point. I had mine tattooed when I was starting to lose them and was glad that I didn't wait. She was able to use my natural brow as a guide. It wasn't long before they were gone. No one can believe (at least that's what they say) that they're a tattoo and I don't have to worry about them smudging or wiping off. Definitely worth the expense. Just make sure you go to a cosmetic tattoo artist. Some regular ones will do it for less, but really do you want to take a chance with your face?
Comment by Debbie on July 14, 2011 at 5:34am
I did the eyebrow pencil thing for awhile but I could never get them even of I was afraid I would wipe them off, so I got mine tattooed on, and it was the best thing I ever done. I recommend this very much.
Comment by LeslieAnn Butler on July 16, 2011 at 3:37pm
I have been using temporary tattoo brows for years now. They are much more natural than anything else I have tried! They are inexpensive and can last for days. I originally had permanent tattoo brows (which really aren't permanent -- they have to be touched up regularly), and I don't think they looked natrual. In fact, I haven't seen any tattooed brows that do look natural. Anway, go to -- it's worth a try!


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