Best Concealer for Eyebrows

(Last Updated On: August 3, 2018)


You have probably read a million articles on eyebrow grooming and how to keep them in good shape, and for good reason! Well-shaped eyebrows frame the face and can even make you look younger!

Eyebrow fashions change, and we’ve gone from full, thick brows too thin brows and back again, and of co
urse, you can’t change your natural eyebrows so quickly; or can you?

Eyebrow concealers are a great way of shaping your eyebrows whether yours are thick or thin.

We’ve scoured Amazon to bring you some of the best:

Best Eyebrow Concealers

Best Eyebrow Concealers

Brow Concealer & Highlighter Duo Pencil Crayon by Beauty Junkees

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Brow Concealer & Highlighter Duo Pencil Crayon by Beauty Junkees

The matte end of the pencil allows you to define and shape your eyebrows, and also acts as a concealer so you can conceal straggly hairs in between waxes. The shimmery end of the pencil is great for highlighting the brow bone and the inner corner of the eyes to make your eyes pop.

Billion Dollar Brows – Duo Eyebrow Highlighter & Concealer Pencil by Billion Dollar Brows

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Billion Dollar Brows - Duo Eyebrow Highlighter & Concealer Pencil by Billion Dollar Brows

This brow pencil is a concealer on one end, and a highlighter on the other, so it means you’ll have less products cluttering up your makeup bag and bathroom shelf. The eyebrow concealer is perfect not only for helping you shape your brows as you desire, it can be used to disguise dark circles and blemishes too. The highlighter defines the brow bone for that ‘lit from within’ look.

This brand is also cruelty free, so you can look amazing without any guilt.

3 Colour Eyebrow Powder and Concealer Kit with Brush and Mirror by CCbeauty

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3 Colour Eyebrow Powder and Concealer Kit with Brush and Mirror by CCbeauty

This concealer is waterproof and sweat proof, and gives excellent coverage, yet feels very lightweight on the skin. The eyebrow powder is easily blendable and will match effortlessly to your hair color. The box easily fits into a handbag or even a pocket, so it’s the perfect on the go eyebrow shaping kit.

ABASSKY Makeup 3 Colours Eyebrow Powder and Concealer Palette with Mirror Eyebrow Brush

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ABASSKY Makeup 3 Colours Eyebrow Powder and Concealer Palette with Mirror Eyebrow Brush

This powder and concealer set lasts all day and will give you the brow shape and definition you have been dreaming of!

The product is salon quality and it will make a huge difference to the look of your brows.

Concealer & Eyebrow Duo (24 Colours) Makeup Beauty Kit by EMORI

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Concealer & Eyebrow Duo (24 Colours) Makeup Beauty Kit by EMORI

If there was ever such a thing as a complete brow kit, this has to be it! You have a choice of 12 concealers and 12 eyebrow powders which are all easily blendable to give you the perfect brow. The kit also includes tweezers, an angled brow brush, an eyebrow stencil, an eyebrow pencil, and a concealer brush.

What Is a Concealer and Why Should You Use It?

What Is a Concealer and Why Should You Use It

Concealers are a wonder product that can disguise dark circles, cover blemishes, and even hydrate the delicate under eye skin. Generally, to cover up spots and pimples, use a moderate to high coverage product, and for undereye circles, use a hydrating lightweight formula, as a heavier concealer can actually emphasize darkness under the eyes. There are different types of concealer for different jobs though, and here are the main types you’ll find in stores and online;

Concealer Pencil

These are usually wax or cream-based that are great for covering up small blemishes and highlighting the inner corners of your eyes and your brow bone.

Pen Concealer

These tend to provide light coverage and have a sheer formula. They contain light reflecting particles, so they are great for covering up darkness under the eyes.

Stick Concealer

These have a very thick formula that provides high coverage. Many of these types of concealers have ingredients that can reduce inflammation in the skin, such as witch hazel, which makes them great for use on spots. Set this type of concealer with a loose powder to boost it’s staying power.

Cream Concealer

This is similar to stick concealer, and it provides high coverage, for larger areas of the face, like the cheeks and chin. Don’t apply too much as it can look cakey.

Liquid Concealer

These are hydrating and offer light to medium coverage. They are ideal for under the eye. They are easily blendable with a brush or sponge.

Applying eyebrow concealer: which color should I choose?

Selecting the right color concealer for you depends on what you want to achieve with it. If you want to disguise blemishes, opt for a concealer that’s an exact match to your skin tone or that’s one shade lighter. If you want to use the concealer to highlight, go for one that’s two shades lighter. You might need to blend 2 different concealers to get your exact shade.

Some basic rules about applying concealer to your brows:

  • Apply concealer on top of your foundation, not under it, as you’ll simply wipe it away.
  • Make sure your eyebrows are in good shape before using any makeup on them.
  • Never apply concealer on top of your eyebrows

How to Use Concealer for Your Eyebrows

How to Use Concealer for Your Eyebrows

After you have applied your usual foundation, fill your eyebrows in with a pencil. Choose a color that is one shade lighter than your hair, and use fine strokes in the direction of the hair growth. Then you’re ready to add concealer. Use an angled brush or a concealer brush to apply concealer under the brows, tracing the lower edge. Then, apply some just above the eyebrows to shape and highlight the arch. Set the concealer with some loose powder to set it and finish off the look.

Shaping the Brows

Before you add any makeup to the brows, they should ideally be in good shape. Whether the fashion is bushy brows or slim and tapered brows, here is a guide on getting them in the best shape possible.

Let Them Grow

It may be tempting to tweeze your brows, but if you over pluck them, this can make them look harsh and unflattering, and it will be much harder to get them into a nice shape. Leave them for a few weeks, then visit a salon to get a professional brow shaping. Simply remove the stray hairs in between trips to the salon.

Don’t Stray Too Far from Your Natural Brow Shape

What nature gave you is generally the brow shape that suits you best, so don’t be tempted to shave bits off or make them look unnatural with makeup.

How to Work out Your Ideal Brow Shape

How to Work out Your Ideal Brow Shape

Where Should Your Eyebrows Start?

Hold a pencil in a straight line from the outside of your nose to your brows. This is where the eyebrows should start. If you have a wider forehead, removing hair from in between the brows can make the forehead look larger.

How to Shape Your Brow Arch

Place a ruler, or something else straight on the tip of your nose, and put it on a diagonal, crossing the pupil of the eye. The point where it sits on your brow should be where your brow arch is.

Trim Your Brows If You Need To

Once you have worked out your ideal brow shape, use an eyebrow comb or clean mascara wand to brush the hairs upwards. Trim any long hairs.

Pluck Any Stray Hairs

Use a white eyeliner or concealer to help highlight any strays when you are plucking your eyebrows, and this helps you to avoid plucking too much hair out.

Use Makeup to Enhance Your Natural Brows

An eyebrow gel will tame any hairs that won’t stay put. Use an eyebrow pencil or powder to fill in any gaps. Always use a light touch for a natural finish. And even if your hair is black, don’t use a black pencil on your eyebrows, it will look way too harsh.

Get Your Eyebrows Shaped by a Professional

It’s a good idea to go to a salon to get your brows professionally shaped. The therapist will use techniques like waxing and threading to perfect your brows, and they’ll help you get them to look fairly symmetrical, which is quite hard to do on your own.

Brow Shaping Treatments

Brow Shaping Treatments

Here are the most common methods for shaping eyebrows:


Plucking your brows with a tweezer is the easiest and quickest way to remove hair. It’s a convenient way to maintain your brow shape. Pluck stray hairs in between visits to the salon. The best time to pluck your eyebrows is after a shower or bath when your pores are open. It will hurt much less too! If you are a bit of a wimp with the tweezers, numb the area with an ice cube before you pluck.


This technique is hundreds of years old and originates from the middle east and India. Cotton thread is used to remove hairs. The thread is made into a loop and rolled over the skin quickly. The hair gets trapped in the loop and is pulled out. Hair is removed from the roots, so it grows back much less quickly too. On average, it will take 3-4 weeks for hair to grow back. The technique is tricky, so you might be better off going to a salon, though it could potentially save you money if you learned how to do it. It’s good for sensitive skin, as no chemicals or waxes are involved, though it can be uncomfortable.


Waxing is very effective for all types of eyebrows from thin, fine brows to thick bushy ones. A thin layer of warm wax is applied to the hair and a cloth strip or one made from paper is applied to the wax then removed rapidly to remove the hair. Waxing pulls the hair out from the root, which is why the hair tends to take a while to grow back. Once you’ve had a wax, you can be hair-free for up to 6 weeks. Waxing should be avoided if you have sensitive skins, as it involves stretching and pulling the skin, and waxing can even tear thin or dry skin on rare occasions.

Guide to Brow Products  

Guide to Brow Products  

There are more products than ever now that claim to give you amazing eyebrows. Products can be used alone or with other products to give your brows unbelievable definition and texture. For example, some people fill in gaps with a pencil, then add a layer of brow powder, and set them with a wax. For a more natural look, powder or pencil alone is the way to go.

Before You Use Any Makeup

Sure, products will enhance the look of your brows, but you’ll want them to be in good shape in the first place, so go to a salon for waxing or threading every 6-8 weeks to keep them in good shape. Before you apply any products, make sure that your brows are clean and brushed into your ideal shape. If you are using a brow powder, use a wax first which will help the powder to stick to the brow hairs.

After You Apply Makeup

Set your brows with a gel. This helps to seal the color and keep any stray hairs in place. If you have used pencil or powder it can help them to stay put for longer as no matter how good they are they are prone to wearing off throughout the day.

Brow Products: A Guide

Brow Products A Guide


These are best for eyebrows that are naturally thick and need some shaping and definition. Apply pencils in light, short, upward strokes along the length of the brow. Use a clean mascara wand to blend the color into the hairs.


These are best for very sparse or pale eyebrows that need a pop of color, and they are also great for keeping unruly hairs in place.

Gels will keep the eyebrow hairs in place all day. Apply the gel with short upward strokes and then allow it to dry. Blend the gel with a brush to make it look more natural. Gels can be used to cover grey hairs or even lighten harsh darker eyebrows.


These are great for all types of eyebrows and are best suited to people who want their brows to look super sculpted. Waxes both fill brows in and set them. They are waterproof, they won’t smudge, and they’ll last all day.

Apply them with an angled brush, and outline the entire brow, making sure you outline the upper and lower arches of your brows. Blend the product with a clean mascara wand or brush before it dries.


These are best for thin eyebrows that have a lot of gaps that need filling in. Brow powders are available in many different shades, and they are great for giving your brows texture and definition. Usually, brow kits come with a lighter and darker powder in them. Apply the light shade all over the brow first, then fill in any gap with the darker shade.

And Finally, Why Do We Have Eyebrows?

Your eyebrows act like a filter and they keep sweat, rain, dirt, and dust out of your eyes. The fact that your forehead juts out and the eyebrows sit on the ridge above your eyes is no coincidence, it’s all designed to protect your eyes, and the eyebrows work closely with the eyelashes to do just that. But it’s not all about protecting our eyes, even though this is a very important job. Here are the other purposes they serve:

They Are Important for Facial Recognition

Do you think people would recognize you without your eyebrows? A study published in 2013 suggests that they might not, at least initially. When eyebrows are missing, the brain’s ability to recognize faces is disrupted. This research adds weight to previous research that looked at how important the eyes are to facial recognition. Researchers in California looked at the role of eyes, eyebrows, and the eye area in general in facial recognition. Study participants were asked to look at pictures of 2 faces and decide whether they were the same person or different people. When eyebrows were digitally altered or removed, there was a considerable drop in the number of people who recognized that the 2 faces were the same person.

Eyebrows Can Help Us Recognize Facial Expressions and Are Important in Non-Verbal Communication

Do you recall being able to tell what someone was thinking just by the look in their eyes? The eyes and eyebrows can convey a range of feelings and emotions, from a wide-eyed look of excitement to a frown of unhappiness, they can tell us a lot. Facial expressions and body language can tell us a lot more about how people are feeling than what they actually say.

Eyebrows Help Define Your Appearance

Eyebrows frame your face, and not only that, sometimes they can make a statement. Think about people you might associate with strong eyebrows, like the model Cara Delevigne. She sparked a trend of full, bushy eyebrows when the trend had been on thinner, sculpted brows for years. Whatever style of brow you choose, the most important thing is that it frames your faces, and enhances your best features. With a bit of regular grooming and some clever makeup, you can have brows to die for.

Written by Irina Radosevic MD
Irina graduated from the University of Belgrade, School of Medicine as a Doctor of Medicine (MD) and spent over 3 years working in the Clinical Hospital Center Zvezdara, in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She also undertook a postgraduate in Cardiology from the same University and had previously worked for over a year as a Physician and Nutritionist Dietitian for the Fitness club Green Zone. She eventually left her chaotic but fulfilling job in the ER to pursue her passion of writing, travelling and mountain climbing which has included writing a first aid course for the alpine club of Belgrade. Irina currently works as a VA for PintMedia focusing on medical and travel writing. Feel free to connect with Irina on LinkedIn and FaceBook. Her CV can be seen here.