If you've recently switched to the perfect new hair color, the look just isn't complete if your eyebrows don't match. Mind you, this beauty trick isn't reserved for dyed hair; regardless of your up-top do, lightening your eyebrows brings out the eyes and has a softening effect on the entire face.
Put a dime-sized amount of activator, which should come with the crème hair bleach kit, on the included tray or in the included cup using the miniature spatula-like applicator, also included with the kit. Mix in about half the amount of bleach until the combination achieves a fluffy consistency.
Cover your eyebrows entirely with a light, even coating of the activator-bleach mixture using the applicator. You shouldn't be able to see the hair on your brows underneath the mixture. Avoid getting the solution in your eyes, and allow it to set for about two minutes.
Remove the mixture from your brows with a clean cloth lightly dampened with warm water. Wipe upward to avoid getting bleach in your eyes. Wash the area with a gentle facial cleanser and rinse it thoroughly with cool water. Pat your face dry before opening your eyes and apply your favorite facial moisturizer.
Repeat the process if you'd like to lighten your eyebrows further. You'll typically have to lighten your brows once every six to eight weeks as your natural color returns.