One day after school when I was 13 or so and had nothing to do, I decided it was time to pluck my eyebrows like some other girls were doing. In pictures from around that time, it’s obvious I never needed to pluck: my brows have always been scant. But I had to do it anyway, and was completely clueless as to how it worked. Of course I ended up over-plucking, in an attempt to make both sides symmetrical (little did I know that this was a pointless exercise, because usually our brows are not mirror images of one another: “they’re cousins, not siblings,” as a makeup artist once informed me). Those brows never totally grew back, and now that I’m getting older they’re thinner still. For a long time I brushed on a pomade, but that began to look pretty fake and heavy to me, so I tried Air Brow from my new favorite natural beauty brand, Kosas, and it’s just perfect. My brows look much fuller—and naturally so. Plus, it’s so easy to use, and it comes in a whopping ten shades, which is about seven more than most brow products do.