I used to get my brows done by a woman who used scissors to trim them, and she did such a great job that I felt like I should do that, too. Of course, I have no idea of the method for this. But how hard can it be? Just trim off the ends. During the holidays I bought a tiny shaver at Marshall's. It said on the package that you could use it to trim your eye brows. So I opened up my package with the shaver, looked it over, and saw a switch that turned it on. When it comes to reading directions, sometimes I'm like a guy. I didn't want to read how to use this thing, I just want to use it. So I hovered it over my eye brows, and don't ask me how, but I didn't notice that I'd shaved off almost all of the brow in one spot. Then I used it on the other one. Finally I admitted to myself that I didn't know what the hell I was doing. I had two eye brows with spots missing. Very attractive! I got out my brow pencil and my brow shadow and got to work hiding my bald spots.
(For brevity I just showed one here since I used the same process on both brows.)
The beginning brow, missing hair at the very beginning of it.
I used a Cover Girl eye brow pencil to draw one line on the bottom of my brows (or as close as I could get with the bad mirror I had). This is part of my regular brow routine - it helps to define them.
Then I filled in the "bald spots" with the pencil
Then I used an angled brush to fill in the brows more with brow powder, using a slightly darker shade on the arch and the bald spot.
The combination of the pencil and shadow filled in the bare spot pretty well, I think. I definitely won't be doing this again. Maybe I'll get some scissors...