Natural Eyebrow Makeup & Perfect Lashes From Supermodel Stylist Vincent Longo

Sometimes the no-makeup look is the best look you can go for. Beauty expert Vincent Longo agrees. 

The legendary makeup artist has worked with the most famous beauties in the biz. He's worked on the famous faces of legendary models including Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Stephanie Seymour, Claudia Schiffer, Heidi Klum, and Elle McPherson.

Even beauty junkies like us can appreciate a natural makeup look, so we tapped the expert to get his tips on how to make our peepers pop without all the smoke and mirrors. Here's what Vincent had to offer up:

"Start by applying a primer to the entire eyelid up to the base of the eyebrow. This will give the pencil and brow shadow something to adhere to," Vincent instructed. "Draw short strokes to shape the brow. Fill in those hard to reach spaces and reshape brows for a natural finish."

"A well-groomed brow paired with lush, notice-me-lashes is the perfect finish to a no makeup, makeup look," Longo said. The beauty guru's next step is to fill in brows with powder using a flat, compact brush. "Dip your brush or finger into a pomade and gently dab it on the brows. Comb the brows for direction. If you have sparse brows, using both powder and pomade can be used to add volume."

The makeup artist touts his very own Bi Brow Powder Pomade ($22) to help keep brows in place all day long. "My pomade's sheer tint also leaves a soft luster to enrich the natural color of your eyebrows," he said. 

And last, but not least, get ready to lash out. "Use mini lash curler to curl the outer corner of your lashes. Apply mascara using a zigzag motion from the roots to the tips of the lashes," Vincent explained. "Apply product more generously to the outer corner of the lash line to extend and open the eye." Easy and done!

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