Beauty, Makeup Tips

How To Get the Korean Brow

As you guys might remember, I went to Korea a few months ago and I learned a few Korean makeup tips from the amazing makeup artist, Ko Won Hye! Korean girls are known for their straight and full eyebrows as it can make the face look more full and youthful. I’ve always struggled with making this line, but Won Hye showed me her secret weapon that she uses to create this line! And what better way to start out the new year with perfect brows? So without further ado, here are some tips I’m sharing with you guys today to getting the perfect Korean eyebrow!

The Korean Eyebrow
The key thing to remember about this Korean eyebrow is that it is full and straight!


This Prismacolor pencil is the secret weapon that Won Hye used to draw in the shape of my brow. It’s a great foundation product to have so that you can easily create a shape that you’re happy with. The Anastasia brown pencil is always a goodie because it comes on light, so I can slowly build my brow into the perfect shade. This Glossier Boy Brow is my go-to because it acts as a brow pencil as well as a pomade so it really shapes a strong brow. What I love about this boy brow is that it can fill your brows instantly. I like the brush on this gel because it’s thin so you can fill it into areas that looks sparse. And what usually takes me 7 minutes to do, now takes me less than 30 seconds to fill in my shape! But this Toppik Powder is also a great and unexpected product for my readers who has thin brows. It has hair building fibers that creates the illusion of a luscious brow that looks natural and full and it’s so easy to use!


Glossier Boy Brow | Prismacolor Pencil | Toppik Powder | Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pencil

This is the year of the strong brow game! Are you guys going to be trying these brow tips?


  • Line says:

    I love it! Which colour do you use from the Glossier Boy Brow? I think it’s hard to choose darker colours over the Internet, when not knowing how much pigment they have. :)

  • Rae says:

    I had no idea that prismacolor made makeup products! Really need to check this brow pencil out!

    Rae | Love from Berlin

  • irene says:

    beautiful post Chriselle, love the easy steps

  • Konstantina Antoniadou says:

    Thanks for those great tips! Your brows look amazing!

  • Sia Foch says:

    What a beautiful post, and your makeup is a dream!

  • Elizabeth T. says:

    The Korean brow has always been my favorite, and I’ve been wearing it since my high school years :) Love how youthful it makes you look! <3 Thank you so much for sharing these amazing products and tips!

    XO, Elizabeth

  • Ashley says:

    Thanks for sharing these tips! :)

    XOXO, Ashley

  • m.yang says:

    thanks for sharing Chriselle! Love the products you recommend too =)

  • Marina says:

    Great tips. Fuller brows are so attractive and definitely make face youthful. Thank you for sharing.

  • Rasa says:

    You always have the best beauty tips Chriselle. Thanks!

  • One of this year’s resolutions: clean up my brow game act! This is a great start 😉 Thanks for the tips! Looove when you do beauty posts (cuz I’m so clueless LOL)!


  • Thuy says:

    I’m so afraid to f up my eyebrow shape that I just fill them in and that’s it lmao. Can someone get a professional to follow me around?

  • Thick eyebrows are all the hype right now! Can’t wait to use some of your tips :) x

  • Thank you for sharing this tips, thnx thechrisellefactor

  • Michèle says:

    absolutely beautiful photos and eyebrows

  • Alyssa says:

    Thanks for sharing your tips! You’re photos are stunning (as always!) xx

  • Diana says:

    Great tips, love your brows!

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  • La Bijoux Bella | by mia says:

    Wonderful & useful tips for the parfait brow! Grazie for sharing Mademoiselle Chriselle. :)

    La Bijoux Bella | by mia

  • Natali says:

    I’m happy with how my eyebrows are but this was a really cute post! You’e looking so beautiful too!!

  • sasa says:

    I love fuller looking brows! <3

    Shall We Sasa

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