Q: What's the Best Way to Fill Overplucked Brows?
Yes, even Gucci was once a rebellious teenager who ignored sage parental wisdom: "My mom advised me never to touch my brows, and definitely to not over tweeze them," she remembers, "I was completely obsessed with everything I wasn't allowed to do, and when I look back at pictures I'm like, 'What was I thinking?'" Twirling the new Bonne Brow Defining Pencil, she's luckily found a solution to fill and enhance her current set.
For the novice and pro alike, a firm-yet-soft application of Bonne Brow makes correcting over-plucked brows effortless work. Gucci likes the deepest Slate shade for a darker, bolder brow. "The texture is so wonderful to have excellent control," she says of the clean, vegan formula and naturally derived pigments that deliver fine, hair-like strokes.
Guiding hairs upwards with the attached dry spoolie brush, Gucci hunts for tiny gaps and areas that didn't quite grow back. Then, using "super, super-duper light strokes" with the pencil end, she rebuilds color slowly, brushing through her work. The result looks "authentic and soft," delivering a visible difference from bare brows. In just a few seconds, "It feels more refined."