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Nashville: Get the Look (Juliette's Full Brows)

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Natalia Buia

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February 9, 2017

Don't get me wrong, I like to see Juliette all grown up and on the path to self-empowerment. These days, she's looking more presidential than primadonna. And I loved the primadonna Juliette from earlier seasons. The big hair, the sparkly dresses, the dressing room temper tantrums that Emily was stuck having to clean up! SIGH. Those were the days. 

Last episode when Avery accompanies her to church, she wore a cream coloured belted dress by Stella McCartney which retails for $1,335. Her hair was up in a french twist and her make up was kept natural. I swear, she looked like a better First Lady than the actual First Lady, Malania. While Juliette has tamed down both her personality and appearance, there's one thing she still keeps fierce: her brows!

Full brows have been the number one beauty trend of 2016 and shows no signs of slowing down (or thinning out!) this year. Cara Delevigne, Lily Collins, Maripier Morin are a few women who have sported fierce full arches. Strong brows mean a more youthful looking face but not everyone is blessed with a thick pair. Luckily, it's easy to fake and way cheaper than microblading which can cost up to $600!

1. First, line up a pencil with the side of your nose where your nostril begins to find your brows' starting point, then tilt the pencil over the center of your pupil to find the arch. The peak of your arch should appear where the pencil crosses the brow. Finally, drop the pencil out toward the corner of your eye, making a 45-degree angle from the side of your nose. This is where your arch should end.

3. Pick up a brow pencil to fill in sparse areas, using short, quick strokes. This $24 brown pencil from IT Cosmetics is like a magic wand. The exclusive, transforming shade adjusts to every hair color and stays on all day. 

4. Use an angled brush and a similarly colored pressed powder to define the shape of your brows even more. This $30 powder duo from Anastasia will turn up the volume on your shape. It's lightweight and totally smudge-proof. 

4. Make sure your brows line up. A good trick is to put on a pair of sunglasses. If one arch peaks out and the other doesn't, that means you have to even them out more. 

5. Dab a bit of highlighter underneath your arch and on the highest part of your browbone with a sponge. This $30 illuminator from Nars will bring brightness to your face while putting the focus on your killer new brows. 

 

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