great brow product, although wish it had wax
I love this! It's a cute little kit with brushes and 2 color choices and a highlight color. It works perfectly. I have also tried MAC's and like this just as well.
I really like this brow kit and mixing the colors to get a better color match. Not bad and reasonably long lasting. Oh, and have the light one for my blonde eyebrows and the darker color is too dark for me, really.
I bought this is the lighter of the eyebrow choices and used it for a month. I have very dark brown hair and very full Brooke Shields type eyebrows...I am almost 40 and have no thinning of brows, I just wanted to make them look completely groomed and one united color as I have sometimes a slight gray hair popping up in my brows :( I never even took out any of the little tools since I have my own superior ones, I just used the two brow powders. What I realized is that while completely natural, the colors were too pale for me...the darker one was fine alone but a little too stark, once I mixed or added the lighter of the two in the duo, it was as if I added blond color, it was so light! I also was so frustrated that this came with no wax or fixitive as my brows need controling, lol...I have two clear gels for that though. I will not repurchase because the colors were not right for me and they were not as pigmented as I wanted. The search continues!!
I first was interested in a product like this when I saw the CK one in a magazine. I looked at it on Sephora's site and it was $22 so I was still debating on it. Then when I was at Ulta today, I saw the new UD one that costs $29. It was cute, but just didn't know that I wanted to pay that much at this point. When I was at Target this afternoon, I saw this one by Milani. It was literally the ONLY one there! I saw they sold medium or light, but as I said this was only one on shelf and luckily my coloring plus it was $5.99! How can you beat that?
I have been using the Lorac brow kit for ages and love it. I was hitting pan on the colors and was trying to decide whether to buy the Lorac again or try the new Urban Decay Brow Box when I saw this in a stand-alone display at CVS. For $6.49 I couldn't resist it. It comes with two shades of brow powder, a highlighter and three implements - a shadow sponge applicator, a slanted brow brush and a small tweezer. The implements are in a compartment that flips up, and there is a mirror underneath. The one thing that is lacking is brow wax which I always use, so I took a lippie off for that, but I have wax left in the Lorac kit, so it's not a big problem at this point. I only remember seeing two sets - light and medium. I bought the medium because oddly enough the colors in the light set appeared darker to me. The brow colors are very good quality - every bit as good as the Lorac. They go on smoothly, look very natural, and there doesn't seem to be any cheek fallout when applied. They are very neutral - neither ash nor red. The highlighter is very nice - a shimmery off white which looks very nice on the brow bone. I usually use matte colors, but I love this highlighter. The implements are rather useless. The sponge applicator is OK for applying the highlighter, the slanted brow brush is too small so I use my own brush, and the tweezers are actually well made but are so stiff they are hard to use. The odd thing is that I have seen this brow kit in only one CVS, and I have not seen it in any other drugstores. It's not even shown on Milani's own web site. If you're looking for a good quality brow kit that is very reasonably priced, it's worth it to see if you can track it down. Since it is so new, I would imagine that it will start showing up in other stores and might at some point become part of their regular lineup.