If You're Clueless About Your Eyebrows, This Video Is the Perfect Primer for Killer Arches

Ignore everyone—this is all you need to know.

We all want bold, beautiful brows (duh), but the array of arch-enhancing products out there gets more and more intimidating by the day. (Seriously—eyebrow stencils? Anyone else not excited to turn her forehead into an arts-and-crafts zone?)

Here, makeup artist Michael Anthony shows you exactly how one standout product—the Maybelline New York Brow Precise can transform your arches into the full, model-like formations nature intended you to have. Whether you have sparse tails, an uneven shape, or just slightly skimpy brows, watch and learn—and thank us later.

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