Eyes and Brows

Bobbi Brown

Lesson time 26:57 min

Bobbi demonstrates how to play up your eyes and correctly fill in your brows. You’ll learn Bobbi’s tips and tricks for the eye and brow area, including which mascara color is the only one you should use.

Bobbi Brown
Teaches Makeup and Beauty
Bobbi Brown teaches you the tips, tricks, and techniques for applying simple, natural makeup that makes you feel beautiful in your own skin.
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Bobbi Brown’s philosophy is that makeup should be quick and natural, and it should enhance who you are. A beauty industry icon, Bobbi shares her expertise in step-by-step tutorials, using models with a range of skin tones. You’ll learn how to choose the right foundation, do a smoky eye and a statement lip, and take your look from day to night. But most of all, you’ll learn how to feel confident in your own skin.


Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

I am excited to apply all the practical information she taught. I really respect her hard work and solid life advice.

I learned things about makeup that I never did know. I have gotten comments on my makeup lately so that is nice! glad I took the class...may have to review things just to practice again but overall, very helpful.!

I loved hearing and seeing Bobbi Brown put her philosophy of makeup to work on different models. Her techniques are simple and effective. I'm starting to use some of them already. Will come back to refresh and relearn. Great class. Great teacher,

Very nice and interesting introduction, it's so easy to follow! I especially agree with you that Make up should be natural not over-change the look.


Tatjana G.

Bobbi Brown is a fantastic instructor - would be great to hear more about colors, application and long lasting make-up. Hope there will be a second part.

Cris W.

No one has really ever taught me how to do makeup. I appreciate these techniques so much. I have always like the "no makeup" look. This is one of the best classes on master class.

A fellow student

I like the way she talks about style and her philosophy about beauty but I personally thought that eye makeup looked like someone at Sephora did it. LOL I thought it looked horrible. I like COLOR so this style was too dark and plain. The eye brow color didn't match to me and it didn't really help frame her face. I would have made the arch shape more pronounced. I dunno… not so impressed with this portion.

Donna A.

I learned so much in this lesson and I realized what I have been doing incorrectly. Bobbi explains the application in an easy to understand way.

Rachel J.

The "Eyes and Brows" video has helped me so much. First, I've never been good at liner. What a relief to learn I don't HAVE to use liquid. Using pencil and starting at the lash is so much easier to control. Second, I have scars under my eyebrows that have left bald spots, and thanks to my father's genes, very spiky hair at the start of my brows. I was bullied about it growing up, and I've always been very self-conscious about my brows. Over the years, I've learned how to tame the spikey-ness but I've always struggled with filling in my brows to cover my bald spots. Brow pencils/ creams always looked too dark brown and orange-tinted. I had more or less given up. The trick of adding powder on top was genius. So simple yet it made such a difference. I didn't have a brow brush so I just threw out some old mascara and washed the brush and used that. Works wonderfully! Now, I fill in, lighten, brush, fill in a little more, then lighten again. Now I have a solid, natural looking brow for the first time in my life and I'm 30! I wish it didn't matter as much as it does, but such a small thing has made me feel so much more confident. Thank you so much for this.

A fellow student

I feel like the makers of this particular class don't realize how much fantastic makeup information is available online already - two quick examples, Lisa Eldrige and Wayne Goss. Many of the other Master classes are about writing and that kind of advice perhaps isn't easily found...but to have a class here about makeup, well, it really needs to be outstanding or truly unique in some way. Will I keep watching? I guess...

Nicole E.

I suggest never blowing on the brush - tap. It helps ensure cleanliness. Whole course is OK but those with some experience already might find this rather elementary.


I'm disappointed as I was looking to this course as a fun way to uplevel my own techniques, but it seems to be geared toward those who have no makeup experience at all. I so wanted to love this class, but sadly I didn't learn anything new here. The techniques feel outdated, and some of the application methods make me cringe a bit for the models. For example, the way Bobbi repeatedly tugs at the (very fragile) eyelids with a dense brush, and when she blows on the brush (not hygienic.) Also, for someone who claims that color match is important, I feel the foundation on the second model is a total miss. It reads very orange, especially on the forehead. In the spirit of constructive criticism, I think the class should be renamed "Natural makeup for beginners" or something like that. That way it would tap into the correct audience, and those of us seeking more high level training could look elsewhere.

Heike B.

I loved her tip on curling the lashes by holding them up after the mascara is applied!! Excellent!! Also, the use of more than one eye shadow color for the BROWS is a brilliant idea. I am not a make up artist, but I wear make up daily. I have never experimented with shimmery eye shadow but this class encouraged me to give it a "gentle" try ;-) Loved it!!

Crista V.

I learned a lot from this lesson and enjoyed seeing the transformation of the model. I really like when they show the before and after, because you sometimes forget during the process.