How to apply brow makeup

While Mona Lisa's famous brow-less look is probably due to paint erosion, not plucking-gone-wild or a medical issue, what about us? We're stuck at 50 with weird tadpole or comma-shaped curves, skinny arcs and skimpy brows that never grew back; affectionately referred to as "bad brows." And let us not forget those long wild and wiry hairs  or greying brows either. "Good brows" can make us look more youthful. They're full and elongated - and you can get them, with strategic makeup. Lancome makeup artist Sandy Linter of the Rita Hazan Salon in NYC helps her celeb and everyday clients deal with mature brows gone awry. Her three tips and my product suggestions can improve your own in minutes.
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