I personally volunteer for a wonderful program called LGFB - Look Good Feel Better. We help women with cancer deal with the appearance related side effects of treatment. Loss of eyebrows has been the number one concern that I have heard from women in these classes.

Eyebrow Tips & Techniques

  • Choose powder eyebrow color or an eyebrow pencil in a shade that resembles your haircolor.
  • Use the pencil to make a dot on your browbone directly above the inside corner of your eye. This is where the eyebrow should begin.
  • Place another dot on your browbone directly above the outer edge of the iris – the colored part of your eye. This dot marks the highest point of the arch.
  • Place the pencil diagonally from the bottom corner of your nose past the outside corner of your eye. Draw a small dot to define the endpoint of your eyebrow – it should be slightly higher than the inner corner.
  • Connect the dots with light, feathery strokes of color in an upward motion, tapering the shape as you come to the endpoint.
  • Gently blend and soften with an eyebrow brush or the brush end of the pencil.
  • If you need guidance, a Look Good Feel Better group will be happy to teach you firsthand.

Eyebrow Stencils

If you feel more comfortable with a clearly defined guide, you may opt for eyebrow stencils. Choose the shape that best resembles your eyebrows and fill in with the same light, feathery, upward stokes as above. Avoid the peel-and-stick type of stencils – their glue may interfere with your treatment.


Apply lighter, softer strokes to match lighter color hair, including blonde and silver. Press harder for darker hair, including medium brown to black. As a finishing touch, lightly brush through brows for a natural, polished look.
Maybelline Ultra-Brow Powder
Maybelline Ultra-Brow Powder (dark brown)

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