If you are a fan of perfectly sculpted eyebrows, you probably have a lot of products.
But there is a new product that hits the market that is different from all the others.
Benefit's Brow Contour Pro, which costs $ 55, is a four-in-one style tool, and works similar to a four-color retro ink pen.
Multitasking, configured to become an essential product, comes with a lighter and darker tone to fill in the eyebrows, an edge finder and an arc highlighter.
In general terms, to achieve desirable, full and fully contoured eyebrows, a plethora of products is generally needed
Benefit's Brow Contour Pro (in the image on the left) works similar to a four-color ink pen (pictured on the right)
How to use Benefit & # 39; s Brow Contour Pro:
* Start with a lighter tone and gently trace the outline of your forehead
* Add definition to your bow with the deepest shadow
* Mix the tone & # 39; edge setter & # 39; above and below the eyebrow
* The highlighted tone goes under your bow
The brand quickly points out that the design tool should not be considered a pencil or a pen, as the consistency of the product is not applied as ink nor can be feathered on the forehead like a pencil
The formulation is an ointment which means that it should be mixed instead of used to create brush strokes.
The Brow Contour Pro comes in five color combinations to cover a range of eyebrow colors and skin tones: light blond, light brown, medium brown, dark brown and deep dark brown.
Speaking to Mamamia Benefit, Australian artist Hannah Mutz said the 24-hour waterproof formula was "creamy and intensely pigmented," making it easy to achieve a daring forehead without the extra effort.
"And having those areas of enhancement and contrast in the eyebrow gives the eyebrows the dimension and texture while remaining very natural and defined," he said.
However, the design tool should not be considered as a pencil or a pen, since the consistency of the product is not applied as ink nor can be feathered on the forehead like a pencil.
The Brow Contour Pro comes in five color combinations to cover a range of eyebrow colors and skin tones
The eyebrow professional recommends taking a light approach since the color is highly pigmented; A little is worth a lot.
Your best advice for using the product is to start first with a lighter shade and gently trace the outline of your forehead.
Next, add definition to your bow with the deepest tone and then mix the tone & # 39; edge setter & # 39; above and below the eyebrow
Matte highlighting shade goes under your arch for the perfect finish that reflects light.