Keeping your brows in check has never been more important or more fun. Whether you like them dramatic, fluffy or penciled with individual strokes, there’s a product for you, even if you’re short on time and cash.
Here are my favourite products for shaping, shading, colouring and setting your brows so you can frame your face perfectly.
Before you start anything else, tweeze those brows into shape. Tweezerman tweezers are my favourites for getting rid of stray hairs quickly and easily. They have a unique slanted design and even come in leopard print.
Remember not to pluck above your brow, only below and if you’re not sure which hairs to remove colour them with an eyeliner similar to your skin tone. I use this white one from MAC.
DIY Brow Tint
It’s much easier than you think to tint your brows yourself. All you need is cotton buds, vaseline and an Eyelure Dybrow kit. Follow the instructions in the kit and make sure you put vaseline on your skin around your brows to stop it getting stained. There’s enough tint in the kit for a few gos so it’s a real money saver!
Brow Styling Wax
If you love the full and fluffy look then Anastasia Beverley Hills Brow Freeze if for you. You can use it to tame or sculpt your brows and hold them in place all day. It works on its own if you like a natural look or with a brow pencil if you want to add even more fullness.
Rimmel Wonder’full Brow is one of my kit staples. It’s a budget friendly brow gel to add fullness and colour to your brows and hold them in place. It’s great if you’re after a natural, fluffy look.
A favourite of celebrities, the HD Brows Pro Pencil is the best for drawing on perfect hair strokes to make your brows appear fuller and fill any gaps. The difference between this and any other pencil is the way you shape it using the HD Brows Pencil Shaper.
It takes a little bit of practice but once sharpened to the correct shape, drawing realistic brow hairs is easy. You can view the video tutorial here.