I will be the first to admit, I have the worst brows ever. It doesn't matter what I have done to try and grow them, I have tried so many different serums and nothing has been life changing as far as my brows are concerned which is where all of these products come in. These are the best products I have tried so far to transform my brows and I always love the results I achieve with these products.
When I say I have the worst brows, I really do mean it! They are incredibly small, paired with a big head isn't a good look, and they are also are very thin. After years of trying out so many different products that I have lost count, these are the best of the best. If you are looking for a new brow product to try, you need to check out some of these! Although some of them are on the pricer side, they are definitely worth the investment but I do have a few affordable favourites too.
Brow Pomades are what has really made a huge difference in my brows and I am so annoyed with myself that I didn't try them sooner! The Eylure Brow Pomade is my all time favourite and I used it for most of 2016, these types of brow products to seem a little scary to use to begin with but they are so easy to do. I like to use pomades to do fill in, give shape, create an arch as well as extend the brow, I can do my whole brow with this if I am in a hurry. I have found that the Freedom Eyebrow Pomade and Eylure Brow Pomades are my two favourites and are each is under £10. Both of them provide the same results but I do prefer the consistency of the Eylure one over Freedom's version, the Freedom one can feel a little waxy on the brows. Both products glide onto the brows well and you can really change how your brows look with a product like this. With both of these, I never have to worry about my brows transferring or disappearing throughout the day as they are both very long lasting.
If you have good brows already, you will probably only need a brow pencil and I really like the Soap and Glory 2-in-1 Brow Filling Pencil and Brush and the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer for natural looking brows and to help fill in the front of my brow. The Soap and Glory version is a smaller pencil style whereas the Brow Definer is a triangular shape which is great for those days when I am in a rush and don't have the time to spend forever on my brows. Both products are great to help create an arch and fill in the brow but I do like to use a pomade with these to help give structure to my brows. Both are well pigmentated but I do find the ABH one to be a little more easy to work with.
Then we have a few products from Benefit. Benefit relaunched their brow collection in 2016 with new packaging and a few new products and new shades for existing products. Gimme Brow has been a firm favourite of mine for a few years and I do love the updated packaging! This is a great product to help volumise the brows and has fibres in which adhere to the skin to make the brows appear to be fuller - perfect for my barely there brows! For when I am need of the clear brow gel, I always use the Ready, Set, Brow! as I love the brush applicator of this product - it's plastic and different to any other brow product I have previously used. This sets the brows in place but never leaves the brows feeling crispy or crunchy. The final favourite isn't actually one in my collection, it's my Mums and I keep stealing it which is the High Brow! I have been really liking this to help highlight under the brows. I didn't think I would like a cream based brow highlight but this has become a favourite and I need to hurry up and purchase my own!
What are your favourite brow products?