Microblading could be the semi-permanent solution to repairing over-tweezed brows or defining barely-there kilay. Unfortunately, the said procedure is expensive and can be a bit painful to go through.
Worry not, though. You can still get the feathery, bushy brow effect, DIY style. The key technique is to draw hair-like strokes on the sparse areas to mimic the appearance of real strands. It takes practice, yes, but these products make it super easy to do!
Benefit Cosmetics Precisely, My Brow Eyebrow Pencil
Pencils, by far, are the easiest to use. This fine-tipped one allows you to draw thin strokes that mimic bushy brows. It lasts long, too—12 hours, how about that?
Happy Skin Eye Love View Too Microtip Eyebrow Pencil & Spoolie Duo In Taupe
If you find the previous item's price to be steep, try its affordable alternative that also gives the same feathery effect to your arches.
Snoe What's Up Brow! Eyebrow Embroidery in Khaki
P499, Robinsons Galleria
The three-prong tip of this marker can grant you kilay-like strokes—the ink is waterproof, too!
Maybelline Tattoo Brow Ink Pen
This comes with a comb-like tip that gives you realistic-looking "brow hairs." And because of its 24-hour smudge-proof formula, you'll never worry about retouching again.
K-Palette 1DAY Tattoo Real Lasting Eyebrow 24h in Grayish Brown
P795, Beauty Bar
Using a brush-tipped brow marker calls for a steady hand and requires practice, but the results are realistic AF. Try this internet-famous pen for starters: Its formula is long-lasting, so you won't need to worry about it disappearing when exposed to sweat and water.
Etude House Tint My Brows Liquid Eyebrow in 01 Gray Brown
P348, SM Megamall
Here's another brow marker option you can try: It's also smudge-proof, and it has aloe and fruit extracts that moisturize the brow area. Cool, right?
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.