In this How-To, Makeup Artist Suzie Moldavon teaches you two tricks for using pomade to create fine hair strokes for perfect brows. To get started, all you need is your go-to brow pomade and a fine, angled brush. Suzie is using her favorites from Anastasia Beverly Hills to create a more precise brow. She recommends pulling the pomade out onto another surface to avoid getting too much on your brush. Use your brush to flatten the pomade until it becomes very thin. This makes it easier to create finer hair strokes. Watch Suzie Moldavon's How-To for more.
Suzie Moldavon is a professional make-up artist. Renowned for her ability to create a flawless face, Suzie’s work has been pictured in People, Emmy, Tantalum, Blur Art, Cinder, Working Woman, and the book cover of “Dirty, Sexy, Politics” by Meghan McCain. She's worked with well-known names such as Lady Gaga, Larry King, and Meghan McCain. Suzie has also done red carpet makeup for the AcademyAwards, SAG Awards, People’s Choice Awards, Grammy’s, Emmy's, and the annual GQ Man of the Year party. She has been hired for numerous appearances on The Tonight Show, The View, The Talk, Good Morning America, Chelsea Lately, Real Time with Bill Maher, and The Rachel Maddow Show, to name a few.