They look gooood!
What I ended up doing was painting all over my eyebrows, at least .5 inches above and below them to really slather the paint on, and then letting all of it dry. After it dried, I used a wet Q-tip to take off the paint around my eyebrow and make the paint fit the shape of my natural brow. Then, I put on another coat of paint with a smaller brush and let that dry.
I could probably use another coat on the parts of my brow closest to my nose (where the hair is thickest), but I think it came out pretty well!
Spitfire369 posted on 08-17-2008 at 12:01 AM:
Looks great! I did this in red.