For the longest time, I defined my eyebrows using a pencil. In fact, that is the medium that I learned to define my eyebrows. And while I will not state it was difficult, I could not find the right color for my eyebrows. It was either too dark or too light. But now that the makeup industry has come out with pressed and loose mineral eyebrow powder, defining my brows is now a little easier. No more sharpening pencils and worrying you did not make your eyebrows symmetrical is a thing of the past. Eyebrow powders create full, impeccably shaped eyebrows. You can even customize the eyebrow powders to the perfect shade with its sheer to medium coverage. Now that I discovered how awesome the eyebrows powders are, I dumped that pencil and have used powders ever since.
So where do you get a good eyebrow powder? Well, you could go to ULTA or Sephora for it. Or you can do what I did and search the Internet. There I found the site Meow Cosmetics (http://www.meowcosmetics.com/browbeaters.htm). Their eyebrow powders have unique textures which adhere to your brush for easy and flawless application.
Meow Cosmetics’ Brow Beaters use mineral powder to create their terrific brow powder. The powder gives off a soft, matte, natural appearance. I personally enjoy mixing the powders to achieve the look I want. My hair and eyebrows are naturally dark brown. But I dye my hair a rich auburn color, thus leaving me with dark brown eyebrows and red hair. I mix the “auburn” Brow Beater and the “medium brown” Brow Beater to achieve a color that could not find in any store. Thus it leaves me feeling more polished when putting on the rest of my makeup.
So when searching for makeup for your brows, consider loose mineral powder. More specifically, Meow Cosmetics. (http://www.meowcosmetics.com/browbeaters.htm) to achieve a more natural appearance.