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MID CONNECTION, SKELETON STROKES ON LATEX - EyebrowLab Academy

MID CONNECTION, SKELETON STROKES ON LATEX

In this level, execute the skeleton of the Mid Connection pattern on latex.  Follow the instructions in the video to create the brow on latex.

Drawing the skeleton with pencil on latex

  1.   Draw the brow shape on latex using the Beauty Angels Golden Ratio Compass. Draw the outline with pencil so it can be easily cleaned off later.
  2.   The next step is to draw the spine for the mid connection pattern. This is the first step in creating the skeleton.
  3.   Continue by drawing the skeleton’s lower hair strokes. The first two lower skeleton strokes are not connected to the spine. Remember to keep hair strokes evenly spaced. Not every hair stroke should be perfectly straight but have slight curves and bends to them.
  4. Add front strokes.
  5.  Add the skeleton’s upper strokes. These are also not straight but have curves as well. The fifth upper stroke serves as a transitional stroke.

Going over the skeleton with pigment

(Follow along in the video beginning at 2:45)

Now that the skeleton is drawn out, go directly over what is drawn to form the skeleton.

  1.   Using the PMU Pen Pro, begin the first pass over the lines that were drawn with pencil on latex. Remember that spine and skeleton are always the heaviest and darkest part of the brow.
  2.   Do a second pass over each skeleton hair stroke, thickening each stroke at the connection points carefully, and creating tapered pixelation at the end of each hair stroke.
  3.   Begin the third pass to perfect any areas of the strokes that may be lighter in saturation and uneven. Everything should flow and be evenly saturated.

https://youtu.be/QdcmJAQ5alA