I thought I liked my stila, this is far better. I will never use anything else. The wax rocks!!!
This is the best brow kit I've ever used. I have lighter hair than brows and use medium to colour my brows and to keep them in place. Very natural. Definitely a HG.
so far, this is the only eyebrow product i have bought that looks even remotely natural. i have dark brows and light hair, so i generally try to make my brows appear lighter while simultaneously extending them out a little since they are kind of short. every eyebrow pencil ive tried has made my eyebrows look way too dark and fake, no matter how light the color is. benefit's wax, on the other hand, is perfect for making my eyebrows look natural, and so is the little brush it comes wiht. and the little tweezers that come in the package are always a plus, just in case i missed a spot at home.
LOVE this stuff. I've never found another product for brows that fills in gaps like this and still looks natural. It's a bit pricey IMO, but I've had the same container for a few months now and haven't even made a dent. The brush it comes with isn't that great, but it works - also has a mini tweezers which I thought was cool. Go BeneFit :)
I love this product! I've used Revlon Browmaker before i stumbled upon this and it's the answer to my eyebrow nightmares. The nightmare is that my brows are very thin and sparse. Revlon's version has the brow powder and wax separate so you can blend but this already mixed and ready for you to use. Don't use this product with a heavy hand.. a little does go a long way and stays on all day. Wonderful! Will definitely buy again.
I was on vacation in CA and walking thru Macy's. The Benefit MA stopped me and tried this on me and it was AMAZING! It fills in with color and the wax helps keep the brows in place like nothing else. The brush that comes with is not great, they sell a better synthetic one (u can't use hair) but at $11 on top of the price of the compact I balked and got one from Japonesque that I trimmed into an angle.
I'd never had any success getting brow pencils to look natural - this stuff is easy to use and gives just the right amount of definition to my brows. I find I have the best luck with running the brush *very* lightly over the product then using light strokes to fill in my brows. This is more for the color than the hold - if you really need hold for unruly brows, I would recommend a separate gel.
I would never *NOT* repurchase this product. It's exactly what I've been searching for, for years... it's my eyebrow HG. I have VERY dark, VERY course, VERY unruly brows. For me, using a pencil to fill them in looked about as real as those balding guys who use that aerosol spray hoping it'll look like hair. The stiffness of the brush & the consistency of the wax allows me to shape my brows effectively, while the color is believable. And despite my oily skin, this stays put all day. My *only* complaints (which are minor) are that the tweezers are too tiny to be used for anything other than last minute spot-cleanup, and I can't manage to keep that mirror clean... it always gets goopy with wax. Anyway, I recommend it whole-heartedly to anyone who asks.
I did not care for this product at all. I have medium-dark brown hair, so this should have looked natural on me, but it didn't. It gave me "angry eyebrows". Maybe I put on too much. I think the packaging may have contributed to it... maybe if it was in pencil form it would be better. The tweezers and brush it comes with are pretty much useless. The wax gets all stuck in the brush and renders it unusable. Even after washing, the wax would not come off the brush. I ended up throwing it out after only using it four or five times.
I never used brow products before this. Brow-zing gives me just a little color and the wax tames the unrulies. The brush is too small for me, so I bought a full-size brow brush.