For whom this works?

  • every skin
  • adds volume with fine eyebrow hairs
  • more intensity for light eyebrows
  • for everybody, who don't want to dye or tint the eyebrows permanently
  • for more density in combination with eyebrow dying
  • if you have scars over eyebrow pencil
  • for more information please see here color descriptions and recommendations


Tools you need
Apply the eyebrow powder

Tools you need

  • stencil
  • eyebrow powder in hair color, preferred in matte finish
  • angled eyebrow brush
  • spooly brush


Please make sure the eyebrow hair are grease-free and without any hint of MakeUp. Drench a cotton wool pad with oilfree eye make up remover or face tonic and clean thoroughly.

If you tend to very dry and flaky skin go with a curly brush through your eyebrows, so the dead skin flakes are removed.

Use a stencil

Eyebrow stencil

The most natural way to intense the eyebrows with eyebrow pencil is to draw single, fine lines in the direction the eyebrow hairs naturally grows - so they look like naturally hair and not like fake!

Place the stencil on the right place and hold it with one hand - as a right hander hold it with your left hand and vice versa!
Work first one side and brush between the cuts the hair in shape - step back from the mirror and control the result! After finishing one side start with the other the same.


Brush the powder into your eyebrows

Dip your angled eyebrow brush into your eyebrow powder and use just a bit. Make soft strikes within and between your eyebrow hairs in direction your hairs naturally grow. Make sure the angle is below and almost runs after. If necessary take some powder more.

Do both steps also on your other side - reverse the stencil on the other side, so it lays back-to-front on the second eyebrow.



For an even result or if you have taken too much eyebrow powder just brush a bit through with a spooly brush.