Eyebrow Tattoo Makeup
Tattoo brows Makeup For the best results, it is suggested that you apply your eyebrows only to the upper layer of your brow bone. The lower brow should be bare for a more natural look. This will give you the best result as well as avoiding any unwanted complications.
To begin with, it is recommended that you place your eyebrows together. Do this gently but firmly so as not to bruise them. Then, take one eyebrow and make a small cut in it. You should remove the excess skin and glue the remaining one back together. If you are applying the eyebrow tattoo makeup with a needle, make sure that you follow the directions exactly as they are.
Once your eyebrows are glued together, you should start with the eyelid. First, you should use your ring finger to apply eyelid liner. Make sure that you leave some of your skin visible above the line of the eyelid. The eyelid will be the most difficult part, since it is very hard to draw on a smooth surface. You should try drawing the outline first before you fill up the whole area.
After eyelid tattoo makeup, you should start with the eyebrows. Again, use your ring finger to apply eyebrow pencil. If you are applying the tattoo makeup with a needle, follow the directions exactly as they are. The eyebrow should have a natural color so that the design will not be too noticeable when you are wearing the makeup. If you are doing this on your own, it is recommended that you use a white eyebrow pencil.
For the next step in applying eyebrow tattoo makeup, you should use your middle and ring finger. You should first draw the outline in the direction of the natural curve of the eyebrow. Then, take a pencil and draw an eyelash along the line. Once the eyelashes are done, you should draw a border in between the eyelashes. You should also draw some lines on the lower part of the eyelid for the eyebrow’s shape.
Eyebrow tattoo makeup should be applied to the eyebrow only once the lines and borders are done. Do not apply the eye shadow. The eyebrow tattoo can be applied to any area of the eyebrow so long as you do not draw any lines or borders on the eyelid. After this, you can use your eyelid to draw in other parts of the eyebrow.