Just to clarify, when we use ombré in the context of eyebrows, there's definitely not as much of a contrast as in an ombré hairstyle. Rather, it involves different hues of brown and creates a very subtle depth of color. So, what does it take to get this fabulous look? James Vincent pulls out all the stops to get it, using a brow pen by Anastasia Beverly Hills in both Light and Deep, and a brow gel from Serenity Scott.
"I use the brow pen to draw in individual hairs," he says, "But, you can also use a liquid liner or a gel liner for the same effect." Use the darker color in the center of your brows and the lighter one towards the ends. Then, comb through with the gel — pick a color that matches your natural shade.
The final result is a bold brow without the heaviness of a solid line. It's an extremely flattering statement and a subtle way to keep the ombré dream alive.
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