My brows are sparse and basically non-existent in some spots. They also do this caterpillar ish from years of plucking the wrong way when I was younger.
I’ve considered getting permanent makeup with a brow tattoo, but to be honest, I’m not a fan of needles (which is also the reason I don’t think I’ll be getting Botox any time soon.)
So the next best thing, and really the only option for me, are brow pens, pencils, brow gel and highlighters. Chella recently sent me their Tantalizing Taupe Eyebrow Color Kit, and I was totally on board to give it a try and up my brow game.
Chella’s brow kit comes with a pencil sharpener that can sharpen both large and small pencils, Latte Highlighter Pencil, Tantalizing Taupe brow color pencil and brow defining gel. Taupe is a mid-range brown, not too dark and not light. I think it would be a great fit for most brunettes.
The brow gel is clear and weightlessly thin. It’s not clumpy at all and sometimes I really had to look at the applicator to ensure that there was gel on it. When you apply it, it’s not sticky on your brows or even obvious, so your brows look natural.
With the brow pencil I was able to fill in color to make my brows look a bit more lush. I also have a scar in one of my brows, and since scars don’t grow hair, a brow pencil is the only way to cover it. (You can see it in the before – after picture below.)
The Latte highlighter is flesh toned and gives my brows the look of being lifted, which also makes my eye area as a whole look lifted.
The products didn’t seem to wear off, but were easily removed with makeup remover.
Voila! Before and after. I really love the look of my brows from using this kit. It transforms my face. What do you think?
Chella’s Tantalizing Taupe Eyebrow Color Kit is available on their website and in any of their 4 brow bars in California.
Disclosure: press sample
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