Believe it or not, if you have a scar on one of your eyebrows, you're not alone. Many women have scars that intrude on the shape of their eyebrows, whether it's from acne, trauma or even a birthmark. You may have noticed that they're not that easy to cover up, but there is a surefire way to do it – you just need the right tools.
According to Cosmopolitan magazine, the skin where the scar is appears smoother and has fewer pores, which can prevent eyebrow makeup like pencils and powders from sticking to the area. Using tinted waxes or eyebrows creams can help, as their formulas are heavier and will adhere to the mark.
Paula Dorf – Brow Tint is a great option – just pick a shade that matches the color of your eyebrows. Apply the product in short stroked in the direction of your hair growth so it doesn't look too obvious. Finish up by blending the color throughout your eyebrow so the whole thing looks uniform. To make your brows stay put all day, a gel like TRUE Cosmetics – Finishing Brow Gel can help.