Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Beauty: All About The Brows

Brow Products to Try


UK beauty blogger

Comparing my brows now to the start of 2015 and it's safe to say that they have improved. My brows used to be thin and shapeless, and now I feel like they're full of life. When I was younger, in my high school 'make up mistakes' phase, I shaved the top of my eyebrows. They took so long to grow back but they've finally grown and are bushy once more. These are the products that I use to give my brows a little bit of extra life. 

Brushes:
To brush my brows into the shape that I want I use the Real Techniques lash-brow groomer. Its simple enough, just a brush that brushes hairs. 
To apply powder products to my brows I used the Bellápierre eyeliner/brow brush No18 and the UBU  brush No31. The UBU brush is slightly thicker and would be better suited to those who have thick brows. 

Pencils:
The Avon Glimmer stick brow definer is a cream stick twist up product that is great for outlining the brows. This is actually a lighter colour and I use it to outliner under my brow.
NYX eye/eyebrow pencil is a sturdy pencil product that is great for filling in the eyebrows. The colour is also really pigmented and doesn't smudge. 
Maybelline Brow Satin duo is a two ended product. The first end is similar to the Avon Glimmer stick where it is a cream stick that you have to twist up. This is used to outline the eyebrow shape. The other end is a powdered sponge applicator which is used for filling in the brows. 

Powders:
My beloved HD Brows palette is my most used eyebrow product. I've used all the colours at some point as I've always matched my brows to my hair colour. The powders are really pigmented and don't smudge.
A powder I use when travelling or on the go is the Glo eye shadow in Kona. Its technically an eyeshadow but the colour is dark enough that I use it on my brows. The size of the pot is perfect for popping into my bag.

Others:
Finally a product that I love is the Benefit Gimme Brow which is a small brush applicator. It deposits tiny fibres onto the brows to build them up yet keep them looking natural. 


What products do you use on your brows?

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9 comments

  1. I have such a love-hate relationship with my brows so I found this post helpful, I'll have to try out some of these products! :)

    Check out my blog if you'd like - courtneyhanna.blogspot.co.uk
    Courtney xx

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  2. I love brows, it's amazing the difference they make to your face isn't it!? I've not tried any of these products, I'm just using a cheap Makeup Revolution brow kit at the moment - it does the job!

    Jess xo | The Indigo Hours

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  3. i love the maybelline brow satin, i find it the perfect product for brows! xx
    m0llylouise.com

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  4. The Benefit Gimmie Brow is so handy! I love the little wand.
    the-creationofbeauty.blogspot.com

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  5. I think I'm going to have to invest in the HD brows kit! My brows are always a bit mehhh so I want to up my brow game this year!
    Becky xxx // Geek Gets Glam

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  6. I have pretty big brows - i missed the shaving/over plucking phases when i was younger because i was too lazy to bother with them.

    I switch between brow products; for work - i just use my Max Factor Eyebrow pencil and Catrice Brow Wax to set it, any other time i use the Freedom Brow Pomade which is amazing.

    Natalie xx
    youralmostalice.co.uk

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  7. so many picks I'll have to check out! I love Freedom's pomade, as good as ABH in my opinion!

    www.Barely There Beauty.com | British Beauty & Lifestyle blog

    xx

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  8. so many picks I'll have to check out! I love Freedom's pomade, as good as ABH in my opinion!

    www.Barely There Beauty.com | British Beauty & Lifestyle blog

    xx

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