Blink’s Top Tips for Brows

With salons being closed for months over lockdown, many of us have been left with unruly brows and now is the time to preen your brows at home in between shapes. Having bought the Indian cultural beauty tradition of threading to a wider audience, Vanita Parti created the benchmark of eyebrow bars, with the company she founded, Blink Brow Bar now being at the forefront of the industry. We were lucky enough to get Vanita’s top tips on how to master DIY brows:


Vanita, what’s the key to the perfectly shaped brow?

“Clearly define where your boundaries should be with a marker.

You can use a concealer pencil to create a parameter of where you don’t want to touch the brows. You can also use it to mark the points in the brow for start/middle and finish.

Then using a tamer, brush your brows up and across. A pencil is a great tool to define the shape of your brow. It is simple. Place the pencil at the edge of your nose and where it hits your eyebrow is where they should be.

Then swivel it from your nose to your iris – this is where the arch should be positioned. Finally swivel again from your nose to the end of your eye and where the pencil hits the brow is where they end.

You may also need to trim with nail scissors, brush up and snip any hairs poking above the brow line.”




And how should we define the shape? 

Brows will always look their most beautiful and help balance all facial features if they follow their natural shape. The right shape and definition will frame your face instantly, make your eyes appear larger and can take years off!

Try BBB London’s Ultra Slim Brow Definer Pencil to achieve a professional shape at home and to maintain brows in between treatments.



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