First, let me start off by saying that Kelley is an absolute sweetheart! I met her in Las Vegas at the Vegas Nay Stardust Tour and she was so genuine and humble. The only reason why I hadn’t tried her brow powders yet is because I thought they were going to be too light for me, but her brown powder is actually the perfect shade to give me natural looking brows!
I’ve attached an unfiltered picture so you can see how the brown brow powder looks on me. I use a very small angled brush from Bh Cosmetics to line my brow shape with the brow powder (no longer using a brow pencil), then I fill them in with the powder either using the same angled brush or the angled brush in the photo below. I use the spooly on the opposite end of the brush to ‘comb’ the product into my brow hair, making sure the powder is evenly placed through out. I still clean around them the same way, using Macs #195 brush and Studio Finish Concealer in NC50. The flat square brush is actually bomb for precision as well, but because of my brow shape, I find using a flat rounded brush works a little easier for me for cleaning.
Lastly, the tweezers! I get my eyebrows threaded every couple of months, usually before a trip, and in between I tweeze. Only probably with tweezing is that if you don’t get the whole hair out (including the bulb), you will get ingrown hairs underneath the skin. These hairs are hard to pull out if you don’t have the right tweezers. Here is what I do: Use two fingers to stretch the skin in the area you are tweezing. If you have ingrown hairs, you will see dark dots underneath the skin. I tilt my tweezers to the side, and in gentle, quick motions I remove every hair. These tweezers are perfect to remove these hard to reach hairs!
(Makeup in photo: Kelley Baker Brow product in Brown cleaned with concealer. Tarte’s Lights, Camera, Action Precision liner. Siren falsies from House of Lashes and Maybelline Great Lash Mascara for bottom Lashes. Foundation is airbrushed with Belletto Studio in ‘Brown Sugar’. Empress blush by Motives and Utopia Velvetine by Lime Crime.)