We combed through bags of brow products to bring you the latest tools and a brow treatment you need to get eyebrows like Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins.
1. The Browgal Skinny Eyebrow Pencil, $34
The sharpener integrated into the cap means one less thing for you to tote around – neat!
2. Revlon Colorstay Brow Pencil, $19.90
The waterproof formula lasts up to 24 hours – perfect for those desk-to-dinner days.
3. Rimmel Brow This Way Fibre Pencil, $8.90
Plump up brows with this pencil that deposits tiny fibres for natural-looking arches.
4. Shu Uemura Brow:comb, $47
The flexible comb deposits the gel-like formula for more voluminous-looking brows.
5. Rimmel Brow Shake Filling Powder, $12.90
The narrow sponge applicator shapes and fills brows with precision. It even doubles as an eyeliner.
6. Diorshow Bold Brow Brow Mascara, $39
The cone-shaped spoolie brush neatens brows and allows for even and precise application of the mascara.
7. Benefit Foolproof Brow Powder, $42
The two-tone powder is nifty for shading to give a more natural look. And you can pull a brow-taming spoolie brush out of the end opposite the sponge applicator.
Plus! Try this treatment for fuller, natural-looking brows
The Browhaus Brow Resurrection treatment uses new techniques to create ultra-fine strands for more natural-looking brows (more expert tips here). It offers two finishes: full ($1,800) and ombre ($2,000). The former draws feathery strokes with a multi-pin needle to fill in sparse or uneven brows. The latter uses long strokes with short dashes for the shaded effect of drawn-on brows.
The brow specialist custom-blends a suitable colour (choose from six shades) for your skin tone. Your “before” and “after” photos, as well as your custom colour blend, are stored in a database for up to 18 months as reference for future touch-ups.
This story was originally published in the August 2017 issue of Her World magazine.