Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Favorite Brow Products!

Aside from possibly lipsticks, doing my brows is probably the newest member in my beauty regime. This is something I've done for about 3 years now, but only recently have I deemed my technique perfected. A well groomed pair of brows really does pull together even the most "torn up" face and if there is one thing I can't live without doing first before leaving the house it is doing my brows. I've even come to the point where I don't need mascara on my lashes, but my lashes need to perfectly set and filled in before I will walk out the door. Today I want to share my five favorite brow products from tools to makeup!

Tweezerman Tweezers. I never realized there was a difference in tweezers until I got my hands on some Tweezerman tweezers and now I have two pairs and I will never use anything else. Something about the slant of the point and how sharp they stay makes them a great tool for a fairly painless hair extraction experience. The size and shape of them are very comfortable for my hands too. I can wholeheartedly proclaim that these are definitely worth the price tag.
theBalm Brow Pow. For those who like to use a powder, I have tried many products ranging from drugstore to highend and this one beats them all. The powder is virtually budge proof with limited fallout so even the most novice user can get the hang of it fairly quickly. It does take longer for me to fill in brows using powder but I absolutely love the bold result of them.
Maybelline Define A Brow. For the everyday brow this is a great pencil that is easy to use. The best feature of this the fact that it does not swivel back down. Now some people will find that extremely annoying but the genius is in the feature because if a twist up pencil can't twist while you are using it, your brow hairs are not in danger of being yanked out! I've had that happen to me unfortunately and the process to grow back my brows has been painstakingly slow. The only drawback to this is that they discontinued the darker colors for some reason so the darkest it goes is medium brown. Even with my black hair I still feel like I can make the medium brown work for a softer less fussy brow.
Etude House Drawing Brow. Those days where I want a slightly bolder brow without the hassle of using a powder, this guy wins. This is also my favorite travel product for brows since it has a spooly on the end of the pencil. The pencil itself is a wide and flat stick which has a definite learning curve to using it because you see most pencils as a point, but once you get the hang of it is actually very easy to fill in your brows so they look natural using short strokes.
Milani Brow Shaping Clear Gel. Whether my brows really require a setting gel or not I will always use one because it helps maintain whatever I used to fill them in better. I'm a huge fan of this gel because it is specifically made for brows in that the wand is a small cone shape that conforms neatly to the arch of a brow and just has a cleaner application overall.

What are some of your favorite brow products?

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