Darken eyebrows Photoshop: Retouching


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Darkening eyebrows

Now that we've cleaned up the shape of the eyebrows, let's take a look at how we can use adjustment layers and blending modes in order to add a little bit of density to the eyebrow. This is especially helpful when someone has a lighter color hair; it can just help add a little bit more there, when it comes to their eyebrows. All right, well first let's click on the adjustment layer icon for Curves. What we're going to do is actually not make any Curves adjustments at all; rather, we're going to change this Curves layer here to a blending mode of Multiply.

In doing that, we'll see we have a really nice darkening effect. Well, we don't want to darken everything, so we need to invert the mask. You can invert the mask by pressing Command+I on a Mac, or Control+I on Windows. Next up is to select your Brush tool. After you have the Brush tool, you want to paint it with white, and you want to use a relatively low Opacity. Here we'll bring this down even a little...

Darkening eyebrows
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Darkening eyebrows provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop for Photographers: Portrait Retouching

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