Left side is bare & right side is filled.
First, when using Dipbrow a little goes a long way, so barely touch your brush into the jar. Start underneath with a line from halfway into the body to the arch. I am using a Sigma E75 and Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade in Taupe.
After this line your brush will have less product on it, so use light upwards strokes to fill in the body. Keep your brush at an angle like in the photo here and go from the arch to the inner corner. You will want the least amount of product on the inner part of the brow by your nose.
I've outlined he body of the brow in dots and this is how it looks once it's lightly filled.
Now, take a clean spoolie and brush it through your brow to blend.
If you're like me and have less hair on the top of one of your brows, use a small amount on your brush to even it out. Doing this step depends on the shape you're going for and if you like to even out your brows.
Draw a line along the bottom of the brow and create a tail. The tail ideally would end at the angle of your lower lash line.
Using short, soft strokes again fill in the tail where needed.
Blend with a spoolie, add some clear brow gel to keep brows in place and you're done!