Bleached brows are definitely a trendy thing, but not having eyebrows on purpose is a totally different story than losing them altogether. Thinned-out brows can completely wash you out and appear to change the shape of your face, so filling them in with an eyeshadow that's a shade or two lighter than your natural brow color is a key trick to learn. I've found that some women can get a bit heavy-handed using a brow pencil, and the results can look severe. Instead, use an angled brush—making sure to keep within the natural line of your brows—and lightly smudge the powder in.
Eyebrow Editor Complete Brow Kit, $19, at Sephora.
One of the things that can make you look the sickest—in my opinion—while going through cancer treatment is the absence of eyelashes. The difference this lack of definition around the eyes can make is pretty jarring, but luckily there are plenty of ways to fake fuller-looking lashes. I used a fine eyeliner brush and a dark gel liner to coat the inner rim of my upper lash line, which creates the illusion of lush lashes. Make sure to fill in the gaps between the lashes that you do have very well!
Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner, $22, at Sephora.