The goal is to have brows like Lucy Hale.
So why do you keep filling your hair in all wrong? Lucky for you, today's hot beauty tip is directed at your soon-to-be flawless arches. Let celeb eyebrow artist Anthony Andrews (a.k.a. Blac Chyna's go-to guy) be your guide.
Common Brow Blunder: "Being too harsh at the beginning of the eyebrow when you're filling them in. I see a lot of 'blocking,' but there's a quick fix for avoiding that," said Anthony.
The Solution: "Always start from the tail end of your brow when filling them in. Then, whatever you have left over on your brush can be used closer to the front. This way the majority of the makeup will be heavier to the back of your brow as opposed to the beginning—which is usually the problem."
Any other pro tips for filling in brows? "Using an angled brush, draw a line, starting at the back, underneath each brow then brush everything up," he added. "Here's your new mantra: Make a line then brush up and out!"
Glad we cleared that up.