Rainbow Eyes

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If there’s one thing we can be sure of, it’s that rainbow beauty has been taking over  — the colorful trend has been painting itself onto faces everywhere. While this trend may look amazing on Insta and totally warrant a like, it may not be the kind of look you want to commit to everyday. But in case you want to experiment, here is the best way to do it and achieve dazzling results.

Rainbow Eyebrows

Mermaid brows, galaxy brows, unicorn brows – whatever you choose to call them, bleaching and dying brow hairs all sorts of crazy hues is a thing. While this looks fantastic and will definitely give a twist to your style, it may not be the kind of trend you want to subject your brows to permanently.

Using eyeshadow is the perfect way to achieve these brows temporarily.

Step 1: Fill in your brows with a powder in a light ashy blonde or brown color. This will help you get the perfect shape and act as a gradient for the brighter colors to blend into. Be sure to avoid any brow gels or pastes, as they can pick up and retain too much color, creating a look that is goopy and messy.

Step 2: Using an angled eyeshadow or liner brush, pick up the first and darkest color you are planning to use. Any vivid eyeshadow palette will be fine. Create a line at the bottom of your brow, outlining the shape, and carry this up through the brow.  

Step 3: Wipe off your brush and dip it into the colours in the sequence you have chosen. Layer these onto the brows. You can carry this up the brow vertically a third or half way, or across the brow horizontally by splitting it up into sections (the inner brow, the body of the brow, the arch, and the tail).

Step 4: Finally, using a brow brush, brush the brows into place while simultaneously merging these different colors together. If you need, you can use concealer to clean up the edges. And viola, there you have it, the perfect rainbow eyebrows.

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