1. Take the Couture Brow Palette and your preferred shade and start carving out the shape you want your brows to be, I tend to draw a feint line underneath and brush upwards creating the effect of brow hairs. don’t forget to comb through as you go to blur out any harsh lines.
2. Take the Dessin Des Sourcils Pencil and fill in any gaps you may have missed or to create a
sharper line, make sure your pencil is super sharp to mimic real hairs.
3. Now this is where your fullness comes in, get the lid off that Couture Brow Marker and get creating some depth. I am very light handed with this as it is quite a thick marker but done carefully it can create the best definition and makes your brows look very natural, you can even use this product on its own for a ‘I woke up like this’ vibe.
4. Now for the pièce de résistance, the Couture Brow Mascara is my favourite thing in the collection, it keeps those unruly hairs in place and keeps those products locked in place for hours! What more could you ask for? Brush in upwards motions to create that bushy, beachy look, A La Cara Delevnigne.
Have you tried the YSL Brow products? How did you get on? I would love to see your pictures if you re-create this look, tag me on Instagram @KateLouiseBlog