Brows. To me, brows are very important to shape and define my face. I am not blessed with thick brows so I need help to make it look fuller and less sparse. I have been using pencils and pens and have decided to give this brow kit a go. It just seems more convenient that way.
The Bobbi Brown brow kit consists of 2 powder shadows, one mini tweezer and a mini brow brush. The kit is small and compact, and there are even 2 mirrors, one regular, another magnified. The brow brush is coarse and hard, but it seems to get its job done. It combs the brow hairs into place and deposits colour without being overwhelming. The end result is natural looking brows, gaps filled in but not too defined.
The mini tweezer is a workout to use. A finger workout. It’s so small and stiff that I really need to pinch it HARD to use. Weak fingers? Forget about using the tweezer! My fingers are trained since they were 4 years old, so maybe banging on the piano has helped a little. Even that, this mini tweezer is tough. Once you get it to work, it does work quite well. I still prefer my Tweezermans though.
The 2 eye shadows, Cement and Birch are sold individually. Here, they are put together, and if ombre brows is something you desire, you can definitely achieve it with this palette. On my arms, the colours look light, but the grey ashy tones are great to define brows. Remember, we are going for natural. The eye shadows are also great for contouring the eyes and nose. It’s those type of colour, you know?
For RM180, this brow kit is on the expensive side. I do think Bobbi Brown has gone a little nuts with the price hike and truthfully, you don’t need this kit in your life. Everything here can be duped and I certainly don’t want to think more of why I bought this in the first place. Either way, this kit will last me a long time so I won’t and shouldn’t be bothered.
What do you use to fill in your brows? How do you keep your brows tidy?