Benefit Brow Zings ($30) This complete brow kit comes with all the tools you need for clean, smooth, perfect brows. Kit includes: pigmented wax for shaping, natural-shaded powder for setting, discreet tweezers, hard angle brush, blending brush & mirror.
I achieved the most natural looking eyebrows using Benefit Brow Zings. Unlike eyebrow pencils, it doesnt leave your eyebrows looking harshly dark. Even though I’m Asian and have dark colored brows, I use the Light shade. Light is the lightest of the 3 available shades. To me, Light is dark enough to fill in my brows and still look natural. I usually dip the brush in the wax first, then the powder, and then apply it to my brows. I recommend this product to everybody. It’s best to try out the lighteset shade first and then work you’re way up, because the Blonde shade is pretty dark already.
I have 2 eyebrow pencils. The first eyebrow pencil is the Too Faced Brownies ($18.50) in Browne-y. I found this pencil to be very smooth and non-clumpy. It didn’t tug or pull on my eyebrows as I colored in. Instead, it glided gently and effortlessly across my brows. There is a spool on the end of the pencil to help tame my brows and to disperse some color if I accidentally went eyebrow coloring happy. The color lasts all day and night.
The second eyebrow pencil is Benefit Cosmetics Instant Brow Pencil ($20) in Medium to Dark. It is very similar to Too Faced Brownies. The only difference is I do have to sharpen this pencil more often. Other than that, these 2 pencils are practically identical in performance.
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Although both these eyebrow pencils are absolutely wonderful, I do have to choose Too Faced Brownies over Benefit Cosmetics Instant Brow Pencil, because it is cheaper (by $1.50) and I have to sharpen it less, which to me means it will last longer.