i draw my eyebrows on with an eyebrow pencil but I find myself accidently scratching my eyebrow area and them rubbing off. Sometimes I totally get rid of my natural eyebrows and just draw them on so I need something that sticks the pencil to my face rather than the pencil sticking to my eyebrow hair (because when it's not their or not there a lot it won't work) can anyone suggest anything good?
Most Helpful Guy
it seems to me that if you rub the area where you drew it on they are going to rub off regardless unless you go to some sort of indelible ink which probably isn't healthy
i think the solution is to either A. not rub the area after drawing them on... B. re-apply after rubbing them off... C. not draw them on at all0
Most Helpful Girl
I know a beauty hack that will help your eyebrow makeup last long. The trick is to use a little bit of baby powder and hairspray. Go on with your regular brow routine, I suggest using brow powder and brow gel instead of a pencil for a more natural look. When you complete doing your makeup dab a little bit of baby powder and then use hairspray. Make sure no white powder is left, that's when the hairspray comes in handy, . The baby powder will act as primer, and the hairspray will help set your makeup, hence it won't easily smudge. Your brows won't be removed, unless you rub them off with makeup remover. Anastasia Beverly makes excellent brow products, if you don't own anything from Anastasia Beverly Hills, you should totally give it a try because it's worth it.0