If there’s one feature that can totally change the way you look, it’s your eyebrows. Brows that are too thick can resemble Helga Pataki (although she definitely rocked that unibrow), and brows that are too thin can make you look permanently surprised. While the super-high arched look seems to be in, I think a natural, full brow looks best on any face shape. I’ve even been using a lash and brow growing serum to hopefully help mine become a little thicker on the outer edges.
If your eyebrow hair is sparse from years of over-plucking, you might want to try a brow-growing serum, like the Revitabrow Brow Enhancing Serum. If growing them out isn’t an option, you’ll want to find a new fuller shape and use a brow stencil kit to get your desired shape (this is optional). You can use a brow powder (like Benefit Brow Zings), tinted brow gel (like Benefit Cosmetics Gimme Brow) or a simple brow pencil (like NYX Auto Eyebrow Pencil) to fill them in. Choose a color that’s one shade lighter than your brows if you have dark brows, and one shade darker if you have lighter colored brows.
After filling them in, use a clear brow gel (or a spoolie with hairspray) to keep them in place. Invest in a good pair of tweezers (how fun are these animal-print tweezers?) to pluck strays as they pop up. A good pair of tweezers should last you for years, so take good care of them.