3 ways to up your brow game

Advertorial: The simple steps to ensure you never have a bad brow day ever again

Beauty Crew Beauty Editor / September 04 2020

Nearly all of us have suffered from a bout of bad eyebrows. Whether it was due to excessive plucking in your teenage years or unknowingly choosing a brow pencil shade that left your hairs looking redder than Sophie Turner’s luscious locks, when they’re not looking their best we quickly realise just how important our eyebrows are in shaping and framing our faces.

To ensure you never have another #badbrowday ever again, we teamed up with Revlon as well as makeup YouTuber and Instagrammer Karima McKimmie to show you three different ways to up your brow game.


Opt for a feathered look

If you’re after a softer, feathered brow look that you can perfect in under a minute, try Revlon ColorStay™ Brow Mousse. The tinted mousse (available in three shades) will add depth and fullness while easily covering any gaps and sparse areas.

To apply, twist the pen to dispense the colour, then sweep the spoolie upwards throughout your hairs.

Revlon 3 Ways To Up Your Brow Game


Add some structure

One of the easiest and simplest ways to add definition to your brows is with a pencil. For best results, use Revlon ColorStay™ Brow Pencil's angled tip to fill in gaps before brushing your brows through with the spoolie to soften harsh lines. You want your brows to look bold, but not overdone.

Revlon 3 ways to up your brow game


Go bold

For days when you want to add extra oomph to your brows, a brow kit such as Revlon ColorStay Brow Kit™ – which features both a powder and a pomade along with a double-ended angled brush and spoolie – is your best bet.

First, use the angled brush to sweep the colour through your brows, making sure to use a feather-light touch, before using the spoolie to diffuse any solid lines.

Make sure you use the pomade to keep any rogue or tiny hairs in place – you don’t want all your hard work to go to waste!

Revlon 3 ways to up your brow game
TOP TIP: To achieve a more defined and intense look, wet your angle brush before dipping it in your brow powder.

What’s your favourite brow-filling method? Fill us in on any tips and tricks you might have in the comments below.

Image credits: Sevak Babakhani


Iantha is BEAUTYcrew's Beauty Editor, and has been part of the team since the site launched in 2016. Besides pinky-nude nail polish and wispy false lashes, she has a healthy obsession with face masks and skin care ingredients. Her previous work can be found in Virgin Australia Voyeur, Women's Health, and SHOP Til You Drop.