Like most noughties teens, Kirsty plucked out her brows to achieve that super thin barely-there look which has left her with some hair loss.
Follow Sal’s 3 step guide on how he filled in Kirsty’s brows to make them appear fuller.
Fill in the brow using Brow Blade in shade Dark Drapes to create a skeleton/outline of the overall shape.
Using the pencil end from Brow Blade, use upward strokes to create the illusion of individual hairs before following up with ink stain.
Start to build up the intensity with Double Down Brow in Brunette Betty to 'matte' the eyebrow down - especially useful for oily skin.
Use a piece of paper to flatten the edge of the pencil on both sides to give the pencil extra fine definition.
Sal loves Brow Blade because you can texture the brow and make it appear fluffier which is effectively achieving the look of microblading without the commitment.