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THE SKINNY BROW’S FOE—AND ITS NEW BEST FRIENDS.

Town & Country (Philippines) - - LOOKING GLASS - J.r.

Now that full eye­brows are here to stay, mi­crob­lad­ing—the process of mak­ing lit­tle cuts to the brow and filling them with semiper­ma­nent pig­ment to mimic the look of eye­brow hair—is on the rise. But re­sults can vary—widely—and some peo­ple re­port that mi­crob­lad­ing can make brows blurry and cause ir­ri­ta­tion over time. (Do­minique Bos­savy, a tat­too artist renowned for semiper­ma­nent makeup, says that she has had to cor­rect 30 cases in the last year.) A tem­po­rary al­ter­na­tive can be found in the cos­met­ics aisle, home to pen­cils, waxes, and pow­ders. New for­mu­las from Make Up For Ever, Physi­cians For­mula, and May­belline use tiny fibers to bulk up the brow and tinted gels to pre­cisely fill spotty ar­eas.

l’oBJEt cote maquis room spray, l'oBjet.com

Dip­tyquE eau Domino­tee mul­tiuse fra­grance, rustanʼs makati, 813.3739

from left: phySi­cianS For­mula feather Brow fiBer & high­lighter Duo, physi­cians­for­mula.com;

may­BEllinE Brow pre­cise fiBer Vo­lu­mizer, at leaD­ing Depart­ment stores; makE up For EvEr Brow liner, sm mega fash­ion hall

pro­vi­Sion Dream ex­tract room & linen spray ($55)

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