Depending on the shape and size of your natural brows, the type of product(s) you can use may vary. On a basic level, pencils should be used to shape the brow and powder should be used to fill. There are other products out there, like brow gels, waxes, pomades, etc. Brow gels and waxes are used to set the brows, and are available in clear and colored formulas. Brow mousses and pomades are used to beef up thin or extremely pale brows, generally giving the appearance of thicker hairs. No matter what you use, it is always a good idea to groom your brows in good lighting (trust me on this one!) and make sure to comb through the brows to ensure that the product is well-blended. A spoolie brush is a MUST for combing, and a small angled brush is great for filling.
With brow products, I tend to lean toward shades that are slightly lighter and ashier than the natural brow color. A lot of brow products tend to appear more reddish in photographs, which looks unnatural unless you have warmer toned hair and skin.
Here is my first EVER video tutorial! Please forgive the quality of the video, as I am still getting used to all of this:)
Please stay tuned for Part 2 of How to Fill Your Eyebrows, which should be up soon!