Tips for Perfect EyeBrows... especially for Blondes - EverydayStarlet.com @SarahBlodgett

I’ve had a love/hate relationship with eyebrows.  I’ve tried growing them out and rocking the big, bushy brow trend and I just always feel like I’m all eyebrows.  I’ve tried plucking them within an inch of their life, a la Old Hollywood movie stars, and my face felt bald.  I was constantly in a state of brow confusion.  So I just avoided them altogether.

Fast forward to recently when I started YouTube and saw all the amazing brows these beauty gurus have.  I knew I had to step up my brow game.  I stared trying all the eyebrow makeup I could find.

So many brow products just didn’t work for me.  I think any natural brunettes with platinum blonde hair can probably relate.  Especially since I’ve been going for a silver hair color, most brow products either look too dark or too gold on me.  Then I finally found the brow combo that was just right.

I wanted to share with you how I do my everyday brows.  The tricks and techniques will work for anyone, but the products I use are especially for those of us with platinum blonde, silver, or gray hair.

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Tips for Perfect EyeBrows... especially for Blondes - EverydayStarlet.com @SarahBlodgett

Shop this look: EyeBrow Pencil: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Taupe//EyeBrow Gel: Tarte Colored Clay Brow Gel in Grey

Tips for Perfect EyeBrows... especially for Blondes - EverydayStarlet.com @SarahBlodgett

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I’ve linked this look to The Makeup Mixup with the fabulous hosts Jaelan & Miranda! 

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  • You have such beautiful, doll like features. I think having blonde hair and brunette brows would be a challenge in itself. I’m glad you were able to find a nice, happy medium! Your brows rock!
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  • You know I’m a fan of your brows. I cannot imagine what you went through to find the perfect brow products for your hair color – but you nailed it.

  • Biana Perez

    Your brows always look fantastic!! xo, Biana –BlovedBoston

  • Your makeup is flawless as always! I’m never quite sure how to work with brow gel – it seems like it makes my brows look crunchy – but then again, I’ve really only ever used one kind and maybe it wasn’t the one for me!

    • Thanks so much!! I would definitely experiment with a different brow gel. I’ve heard some complaints about the Tarte one not being very pigmented, but I really like that because then I can build the color. I’ve never had it feel crunchy either!

  • I think what you’re doing for your eyebrows works well. The best brows are the ones that look natural and compliment your features without being the standout feature on your face, IMO. I can imagine it could be harder for fair haired people to find natural brow products, but yours look good!
    Have a great weekend.

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    • Thank you so much! It totally agree, natural and flattering your features is the best way to go!

  • I love these tips, so great!

    xx Kelly
    Sparkles and Shoes

  • Your brows look fabulous, and loving your lip color too – so pretty 🙂

    Green Fashionista

  • Katie Gagnon

    I think this is very helpful–I have naturally light blonde hair and thus see-through pale brows. I try to get them tinted and also use the Brow Wiz in Taupe and the Tarte in Taupe but I have been wanting them to be darker but not warmer (which is apparently tricky!). Tarte in grey might be the key to that! Thanks for the video!

  • Katie Gagnon

    I think this is very helpful–I have naturally light blonde hair and thus see-through pale brows. I try to get them tinted and also use the Brow Wiz in Taupe and the Tarte in Taupe but I have been wanting them to be darker but not warmer (which is apparently tricky!). Tarte in grey might be the key to that! Thanks for the video!