If you’re in the latter camp, you’ve come to the right place to learn a) why you might want to and b) how to do it without five million products and inevitable despair when it doesn’t turn out like the picture.
Makeup artist Natalie Wright has gone back to the basics to share the most straightforward and easy-to-understand eyebrow routine you’ll find on the internet.
Before you even go near your brows, you need to work out what you're hoping to achieve. Making up your brows is the cheats way to ensuring you've got the right shape for your face. Eyebrows influence your overall look more than you might think - in fact, they're often the first things people (and babies) notice when they're taking in your face.
Your eyebrow should start at the edge of your nose, your arch should sit in line with the middle of your eye and the tail or your brow with the end of your eye.
Which product do I need?
It's hard to know where to begin when you're faced with brow products of all formulas and colours. Each type will give you a different result - powder will give you a defined, stronger look, pencil will give you a more polished-looking brow whereas gel will look bolder.