Updated: November 2nd, 2023
If you’re reading this, chances are your redhead eyebrows are pretty light. If you over-plucked in your early years (especially in the 1990’s and early 2000’s) then you may have thin AND blonde(ish) brows that don’t quite frame your face or don’t show up at all.
If your brows are struggling, first thing’s first: let them grow. Put down the wax and tweezers. Instead, pick up Vitamin E* to promote hair growth and eat a healthy diet. In addition to all those things, you can stimulate growth by brushing your brows twice daily and using a brow serum.
Brows can really enhance your look and elevate your redhead makeup routine. Here are a few options to get great-looking brows:
1. Brush + Pencil Your Brows:
Yes, you can stimulate growth by brushing your brows twice daily and using a brush serum. This is why we added a spoolie to the end of the Finally Have Brows Ultra Fine Brow Pencil! Brow pencils take a little more practice to get used to but they are perfect for adding color and also filling in sparse areas. Brow pencils are great paired with a tinted or clear brow gel.
2. Brow Gel:
Our number one method for enhancing your redhead brows has to be brow gel. Brow gel is easy to use and gives you nice, natural-looking redhead brows. That’s why we created the Finally Have Brows Brow Gel. It comes in two formulas and a universal red color that works for all shades of red hair.
What’s next for Finally Have Brows?
AVAILABLE NOW: Finally Have Brows Clear Brow Gel. It’s best for redheads who want to embrace their natural brow color but desire a fuller/more even look. Tip: This product can also be applied after using Finally Have Brows gels or pencil in Universal Red.
3. Brow Tint
If you want longer-lasting results, and aren’t afraid to do a little at-home project, try brow tinting. There aren’t many colors for redheads yet, but many redheads find something that works for them with a blonde or light brown shade. This will give you brow color that doesn’t wash off, and then you can amp up your look and add more color, hold with a brow gel.
4. Brow Powder
Another option for redheads is brow powder. It’s the same consistency as an eyeshadow and can give good color and definition. Brow powder is nice because you can often mix two colors if you need something custom. Just remember to set your brow powder with a clear brow gel or wax.
For a permanent brow solution, some redheads will opt for microblading. This works especially well if your brow hairs are sparse or patchy. Microblading is a form of cosmetic tattoo that imitates the look of brow hairs.
Rock it like a Redhead!