To start, you'll need:
Brow pencil that matches or complements your hair colour.
[A universal brow colour is taupe~ you may want to use 2 different colours and blend them for a better matching colour] I use blonde to match the tips of my hair. I use Dolly Wink in 'Honey Brown'
Spoolie brush [for blending and combing hairs]
Optional~ Brow gel or mascara. I use Dolly Wink in 'Milk Tea'
First, you will want to map out your eyebrow~
[please look straight ahead into a mirror]
You will be measuring from your nostril straight up, that will mark the start of your brow.
Then a straight line starting at your brow and skimming the edge of your iris, will show you where to place your brow arch.
Finally, from your nostril and lining up with the edge of your eye will guide you to where the tail of your brow will end.
Please look at the graphs I've shown on myself and under.
I like to mark the points with my brow pencil as a guide.
Now it's time to fill in your brows~
It all depends on how thick or thin you want your brow.. If you have a more petite or thinner face you can get away with thinner eyebrows, a more voluptuous face and features you may look better with more defined and thicker brows. Or you can just fill them in with your desired preference... I like mine a bit more natural and bushy.
The brow shape may differ but it all has the same straight vertical start, continues to the arch with a same even width, then at the arch tapering down at the tail.
If you are using two colours, I would go in first with the lighter colour then sporadically placing the darker colour in light strokes to give it a more natural look.
I then follow the process by brushing my hairs into place.
If you feel like you've gone a bit heavy in a place, brush that spot into and against the hair growth to blend it in.
As my makeup teacher told us.. Brows are not symmetrical, they're like twins and might be a little different but with similarities... So try your best to make them as even as possible but they don't have to be carbon copies of each other...
[One of my natural eyebrow arches is higher than the other one and I have to slightly over compensate to make them look similar]
I recommend to experiment with it and practice to get the technique and feel down.
But that is the basics and a little overview on how I create my eyebrows~
I hope it was helpful!
[By the way, sorry for the lack of makeup... It's sweltering here and I was sweating SO much... I really didn't want to cake my face in makeup....]