Spooky season is upon us, but that doesn’t mean lashes and brows have to be scary too. While we appreciate a good haunted house, creepy costume, or horror movie, lashes and brows should be a little more, well, refined (unless, of course, it’s part of your costume! Twiggy lashes, anyone?). To avoid scary-looking lashes and brows this season (and year-round), follow some of our favorite lash and brow tips.
It’s hard to achieve beautiful lashes and brows when you’re working with a foundation that’s brittle and weak. To nourish and condition your brows and lashes, incorporate a serum into your routine like our iconic, award-winning products, RevitaLash® Advanced and RevitaBrow® Advanced. These formulas utilize our breakthrough BioPeptin Complex® technology, a compound for essential ingredients that give your lashes and brows everything they need to be strong, healthy and beautiful.
The key to long, beautiful, clump-free lashes is a lash primer. Primers help coat each individual lash hair while adding volume and length. Look for a formula that contains good-for-you ingredients, like Biotin and Peptides, like our Double-Ended Volume Set!
When adding definition to brows, keep them natural-looking and not too bold by using a light hand, and slowly building until you’ve achieved your desired look. Remember, it’s much easier to add color than remove it!
One of the biggest mistakes women (and men) make when grooming their brows is doing too much, too fast. When tweezing, make sure to only target stray hairs, and to take a step back from the mirror often.
When in doubt, natural is the best route! For lashes, apply a light coat of mascara or just a bit for shine with AquaBlur®. For brows, our Hi-Def Brow Gel in Clear keeps hairs in place all day without any added color. Easy!
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If you’ve ever stepped out of the salon feeling like the “after” shot in a makeover montage, then you know how a new hairstyle or color can boost your confidence. But salon services can also leave your hair dry, damaged, or compromised—especially if you neglect to follow your stylist’s aftercare instructions.