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Spring Eyebrow & Makeup Tips

As you guys know, I am eyebrow obsessed. So I was all over these tips from celebrity makeup artist and brow specialist Robyn Cosio of Sally Hershberger Salon, both in New York and Los Angeles. Robyn’s mastery of both the brow and makeup has given her access to some of the top faces in Hollywood, including Nicole Kidman, Kate Bosworth, Christina Applegate and many more. Follow these simple spring makeup tips from Robyn to create a gorgeous look!

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Never tweeze nude - Before you tweeze your brows, make sure you use a pencil to fill your desired shape. Without a guide in place, you will always over tweeze! Once you have the shape in place, simply pluck the hairs outside the line for perfect brows.

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Let your lips speak - Bright red is hot for lips this spring and will command attention all on its own. Adding eyeliner into the mix will make you look over the top and drown out your lip color. A gorgeous summer lip color and great brows are all you need to frame your face and stay on trend this spring!

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Add color to brows – If your brows are looking pale, fill them in using a brow powder. Avoid using a pencil as they can make your brows look fake and one dimensional. Brow powders are softer and applied with a small brush (look for one that is stiff and angled) and help to give your eyes that extra pop. Blondes should go one shade darker than their natural color to avoid looking monochromatic.

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Sun, surf, and mascara don’t mix – Avoid applying mascara in summer when you spend more time outdoors and at the beach. The humid weather and water will cause your mascara to run. Try having your lashes tinted–this is an easy way to keep eyes looking beautiful and eliminates the need to reapply waterproof mascara.

All these gorgeous makeup shots are done by yet another talented makeup artist, Julie Begin.


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