Browtician Brow System*

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When it comes to brows, I’m pretty fussy. I had a run-in with an overzealous threader a few years back, and I haven’t trusted too many people near them since. This also means I need to keep up regular brow-maintainance, which can be a bit of a pain.

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From finding a great spool brush, to tweezers which won’t leave a stray hair behind, it can be a bit of a pain to keep on top of, so I was over the moon when Browtician’s The Stylist kit popped through the door. It contains every tool you need for creating catwalk ready brows – a full sized pair of tweezers, and a double ended brush which has a spoolie on one end and an angled brush on the other.

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Having all the tools I need in a handy little compact is so handy, and it means I never have to scramble around my makeup brushes and look for the things I need when I’m in the middle of doing my makeup.

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When I want to groom my brows, I brush all the hairs upwards using the spoolie brush, then lightly brush in a little colour to define the shape I’m going for. Then, using a white lit magnifying mirror, I take my time and gently remove the hairs which lie outside of my natural arch. It’s a bit of a process, and I’m always trying to grow my brows out a bit (who isn’t) but these make wrestling my brows into a semblance of groomed super easy!

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The spoolie end of the brush, as I’ve mentioned, is a bit of a life saver. It’s big enough to catch every hair, and it’s effective without feeling too rough or scratchy. I also like to brush my brows through after ‘colouring them in’ so they look more natural.

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The other end is an angled brush, which is perfect for using gel brow products. The bristles are firm enough to apply colour accurately, but they still feel super soft to use.

Browtician Stylist is priced at £7.99 and is available here.

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