We hate to break it to you, but eyebrow gel and liner can only go so far.
And while pencil-thin brows were hot in the 90s and early 2000s, the past decade has been all about thick and bold brows ala Lily Collins. So if you're looking for a more permanent solution to fill out your eyebrows, microblading might very well be your answer.
Using a super-fine bundle of needles and pigment, microblading is a great option for natural-looking results. But since the technique is so specific -- and requires a steady hand -- it's best to let the professionals handle it. In the end, you can toss those brow pencils away, since results last for at most three years.
Watch how the technique comes together in this week's Beauty in Motion.