The Korean brow is a lot different from old-Hollywood-movie-star eyebrows. The straight eyebrow look is a soft approach, making your face look a lot more youthful and fresh. We noticed a few of our local celebs sporting this soft brow look. Case in point: Kathryn Bernardo and Cassy Legaspi.
Here are 3 easy-peasy steps to achieving your best K-brows ever.
- Use a spoolie to groom and brush up your eyebrows. Don't worry if it looks a little undone because the more natural it looks, the better.
Tip: if you don't have a spoolie, you can clean an old mascara wand you have with mild shampoo and let it air dry.
- Fill in the sparse areas with a brow pencil preferably with a tip like this. Remember to choose a color that is one shade lighter than your natural hair color. Always use a light hand, don't get all worked up and darken your brows so much.
BYS Brow and Eye Pencil, P250, Watsons.
- Finish off your look with a brow mascara. It will help keep your brows in place the whole day.
K-Palette Eyebrow Mascara, P595, Beauty Bar.