10 best eyebrow products for beautiful brows
From gels to tints and pencils to pomades, the best eyebrow products can transform your brows.
The benefits of a well-groomed brow are quite extraordinary. They add definition and structure to the face while also helping to lift and frame our eyes.
So, how do we perfect them? Here, we share the best brow products for grooming, tweezing and defining your brows at home.
Our pick of the best eyebrow products to transform your brows
Tweezerman Classic Slant Tweezer – £22
A good pair of tweezers makes all the difference when keeping your brows in shape. Tweezerman tweezers are precise and sharp, which makes the process quick and painless.
Top tip: grasp the hair as close to the root as possible and pull out in the direction of its growth. This precision also means we’re less likely to accidentally pull out hairs we’d rather hang on to.
What’s key with brows is to know when to stop: overplucking is easy to do but takes ages to correct, so always tweeze in good light with equal light on either side of your face.
A mirror placed directly in front of a window is ideal, as wall-mounted mirrors with light coming from a window to one side of you can make brows look uneven when they’re not.
The Ordinary Multipeptide Lash and Brow Serum – £12.40
Struggling with thinning or over-plucked brows? The Ordinary’s Multipeptide Lash and Brow Serum can help to encourage growth for your fullest-looking brows.
With peptide complexes and natural extracts, this twice-daily serum will help to nourish and protect your brows (and lashes!) while enhancing the look of density and overall appearance in as little as four weeks.
The formula is also prostaglandin-free, if that’s an ingredient you’d prefer not to use.
Eylure Dybrow – £8
Regular trips to the beauty salon for brow tints can quickly add up. Eylure’s Dybrow offers a more purse-friendly option for creating thicker, more voluminous brows at home.
What’s more, it takes just 15 minutes and lasts for up to six weeks.
Each pack provides up to 12 applications – just remember to do a patch test before use. Liz is also a fan of using moustache and beard dye to tint her own brows!
Pears Transparent Soap – £1.19
Yes, that’s right! Pears Soap or any clear soap bar can work wonders for holding unruly brows in place.
Simply spritz your soap with a setting spray (you can’t beat Urban Decay All Nighter), then scroll a clean mascara wand or spoolie into the damp surface before brushing your brows into place.
Leave to dry for a few moments before applying any powder or pomade to fill them in, if needed.
Glossier Boy Brow – £15
If you’re tight on time and want a quick fix for your brows, then opt for a gel.
Ever-so-easy to apply, gels can hold your brows in place for the day and add a little colour and definition for a polished look that isn’t too bold.
Glossier’s cult Boy Brow visibly thickens, shapes and grooms in seconds for soft and sleek brows.
The conditioning formula keeps brows in place with a flexible hold that won’t flake, stiffen, smudge, or crunch.
e.l.f Cosmetics Bite Size Brow – £3
A powder can help to create the softest, most natural look and are much more forgiving for brow first-timers. They simply create a shadow behind the hairs for added volume and definition.
Choose a shade that works with both your hair and brow colour, and go a touch lighter if you’re concerned about an overly strong appearance.
Bite Size Brow from e.l.f. Cosmetics comes with two different powder shades (plus two waxes) so you can get the colour match just right, and is perfect for brows on a budget.
Use a slim, angled brow brush to gently draw through the brows, always following the direction of hair growth. This creates a more realistic look, rather than drawing straight lines across the top and bottom of the brows.
Nudestix Brow Boost + Set Gel – £17.20
Whether you prefer a feathered or more natural-looking eyebrow result, Nudestix Brow Boost + Set Gel is a great all-rounder brow gel.
The strong-hold gel is both waterproof and long-wearing, and helps to lock in and set even the most unruly of brows with a little coverage and colour.
With a 5% peptide complex formula, it’s also a great option if your brows are thinning. Clinical results showed a 59% increase in hair density and thickness in just four weeks.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade – £20
If you feel confident in filling in your brows (it’s very easy to overdo it), Anastasia Beverly Hills cult Dipbrow Pomade will be for you.
The full-pigment, waterproof pomade comes in 11 different shades, in a long-lasting and buildable formula.
The pomade texture is brilliant for drawing fine, hair-like strokes in areas that may be a little sparse.
HD Brow Brow Glue – £16
HD Brows Brow Glue works a treat for coarse brow hairs that refuse to stay in place.
The ultra-strong and budge-proof brow setting gel promises to lock hairs into place for the entire day.
The award-winning formula – which took HD Brows over a year to develop – is also non-flakey and clear.
STUDIO10 Brow Lift Perfecting Brow Pencil – £23
STUDIO10’s Brow Lift Perfecting Brow Pencil will be your new go-to if you prefer to use a classic eyebrow pencil to fill in your brows.
The dual-ended pencil helps to create ultra-natural-looking eyebrows in a long-wearing formula.
The unique ash-toned shade helps to mimic hair, and is paired with the neutral-tone highlighter to add a soft, natural lift to the brows.
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