Tools: Angled brush and eyeshadow similar to the color of your hair, I like to go a shade or 2 darker.
1. Remember in elementary school when you would outline a picture first and then color it in? That is exactly what I do with my brows. First Outline. I first draw a vertical line where my brows start (the thicker part, this should be where your eye is closes to your nose).
2. Then I trace the natural curve of my very thin eyebrows all the way around.
3. Next I color the eyebrow in with the shadow, making sure no spots have been missed.
4. If your eyebrows are getting long you can brush them upwards and trim, you don't need to pluck them out. Over-plucking=no bueno.
This is a very brief explanation. Go on over to the Beauty Department website for a great description on where the curve should be, where the brow should end, begin, etc.
Do you color in your brows?
What products do you use?