How Now, New Brow?!

Monday, 5 December 2011

My eyebrows have been a subject of disdain for many, manyyears. The actual shape of them doesn’t trouble me; I much prefer a fuller,bolder brow to skinny non existent ones. The issue is that the hair of my eyebrows is as curly as the hair on my head, so they never lie flat. I’ve triedeverything in an attempt to make them stay put. I’m talking Vaseline, cocobutter, hair gel and hair spray, but nothing works. So I’ve spent the last 25 years walking around like this.
Sleek Eyebrow Kit - Dark

And the last 4 years with Mr Brown Beauty trying to smooth my eyebrows down every half an hour. Not so good for the self esteem is that.

So, when I was browsing the Sleek website in search of my product lust, I came across their relatively new eyebrow kit. I got to Googling and found some positive blogger reviews so I decided to give it a go. The kit is designed to be kept in your handbag at all times.It comes with a pair of mini tweezers, a wax, a powder and a brush to use with each of them. The kit also comes in light and dark – I used the dark one.

I did have my reservations; a very good friend of mine regularly leaves her eyebrow on your cheek if you hug her too hard. Not a good look. Thankfully that didn't happen and the wax kept my eyebrows in place all day. Occasionally a bit of powder came off if I rubbed my eyebrow but it wasn’tnoticeable. I guess I’ll just have to learn not to do that from now on if I am to permanently pursue perfect eyebrows – which I think I am.

1 comment:

  1. Girl you would love the Lamik Celebrity Brown Kit. It's $50 but it's worth every penny. I purchased it without the brow brush for $36 at an event but I don't know if you can buy it on their site that way. I wrote a review with pics on my blog. I'm telling you this brow kit works miracles.


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