11 Amazing Products To Help Get Your #Browsonfleek

When did everyone on the planet become obsessed with the growths of hair coming from above our eyeballs? When I put it like that, it kind of makes me judge the millennial's of the planet, but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't completely obsessed with perfecting my brows too. Today, The Talko has rounded up 11 of the most amazing eyebrows products you NEED to achieve a flawless brow.

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Eyebrow powder is one of the greatest eyebrow products for beginners, and this particular set even includes a few tools to get you started! Eyebrow powders can be applied using an angled brush and are great to give an all-over bold look. While eyebrow powders are great for beginners, they're not the most ideal when it comes to wanting to create super defined edges or creating tiny mock-hairs, but have no fear, the Talko's got some more advanced suggestions as well!

10 Eyebrow Spoolie and Angled Brush Duo


An eyebrow spoolie and an angled brush are the two most important things in every gal's eyebrow arsenal, you literally cannot achieve flawless eyebrows without them. An eyebrow spoolie is great for brushing your eyebrows up and out pre-product and is also amazing for properly dispersing and blending the product after you've applied it. An angled brush is a major key (DJ Khaled voice) when it comes to eyebrows. If you find the perfect brush for your brows you should be able to use it to create a sharp base and tail of your eyebrow as well as filling in the middle fairly easily. I can now do my eyebrows in two easy swipes with my fav angle brush!

9 Eyebrow Shaping Razor

An eyebrow razor is a tool that you don't realize how much you desperately need it until you've tried one. Eyebrow razors are used to perfectly sculpt your brows and they achieve a whole other level of eyebrow perfection that other products just can't. Use your eyebrow brush to groom above your eyebrows and at the base to create clean and crisp lines that you'll later accentuate using the products of your choice! Be careful you don't drink too much espresso pre-eyebrow-shave though, you absolutely do not want to slip up when it comes to this step in the eyebrow process.

8 Clear Brow Gel

Clear brow gel can be used on it's own or in conjunction with any other product on this list. Alone, eyebrow gel can tame your brows and keep everything in place. With other products, you can use it to achieve further definition and crisp-ness. If you plan on using this product alone, we suggest also trying out a tinted brow gel to further accentuate what you already have, this will limit your product use to one but will give you a similar affect of using two products as it will darken and tame all at once.

7 Eyebrow Pencil

Eyebrow pencils are the next step in creating the perfect eyebrows. Eyebrow pencils can be used to create tiny little hairs to fill in any gaps you may have in your natural eyebrows and they can also be used to create sharp lines on the base, tail, bottom, and top of your brows. I like to use an eyebrow pencil to outline my brows and then go in with an eyebrow powder to add both definition and color.

6 Brow Wax

Brow wax is the perfect product for all of you gals with naturally thick eyebrows and long hairs. This brow wax can also be used alone or in conjunction with other products and you won't have to worry about it smearing or messing with the products you've already applied. Brow wax is basically a more heavy-duty version of brow gel and is used to tame and lay eyebrow hairs so that you're not looking disheveled throughout the day. Brow wax will keep everything where it should be so you can focus on being fabulous!

5 Tweezers

While tweezers may be an obvious addition to this list, we thought they deserved a mention. Tweezers are used to remove any hairs that may have gone rogue since your last threading/waxing/tweezing session and when used daily, can keep your professional spa trips to a minimum. By tweezing often, you'll not only limit the money you spend having them done professionally but your eyebrows will always be looking their cleanest and best.

4 Home Brow Wax Kit


If you're wanting to fully commit to limiting those spa trips, a home wax kit may be the product for you! This kit is dermatologist and salon tested and is created by the #1 selling wax company in the United States, so you can feel confident about the products your putting on your skin. This microwaveable wax kit is easy to use and produces results that can last up to 8 weeks.

3  Cosmetic Scissors

Here's another amazing product catered to you Cara Delevingne looking gals (I'm so jealous of you.) Cosmetic scissors can be used in a number of different ways for a number of different things but for the purpose of this article, we'll focus on only one. Cosmetic scissors are used to trim long eyebrow hairs to keep you from looking like the Grinch. Cosmetic scissors are used to create sharp lines sans product so you'll be looking flaw-free at all times.

2 Eyebrow Stencils

While you may not need these babies on a daily basis, eyebrow stencils are definitely something to keep in your makeup kit. With a variety of different styles you can have the opportunity to experiment with the eyebrow style that best suits your face. Eyebrow stencils can be used when shaping your eyebrows with wax/tweezing and they can also be applied daily before using product to further shape and define your look. All you have to do is place the stencils on your face and apply the product(s) of your choice between the opening and voila!

1 Eyebrow Highlighter

A push-up bra is to your boobs as highlighter is to your eyebrows. Any eyebrow look just isn't complete without adding a little highlight to your brow bone. Highlighting all over your face is a major component to makeup but it's especially important to compliment a flawless eye look and a killer brow! The method of highlighting is used to accentuate your bones to create a bold look. Highlighting under your brows will brighten up your look and further define and perfect the eyebrow look you've already created.

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