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Eyebrow Kit by e.l.f.

Eyebrow Kit



Sodium Dehydroacetate, Ozokerite, Copernicia Cerifera wax, Hydrogenated polyisobutene, Talc, Methylisothiazolinone, Caprylic/CapricTriglycerides, Caprylyl Glycol, Mineral Oil, Iron Oxide, Ricinus Communis Root Extract, Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Ozokerite, Copernicia Cerifera wax, Hydrogenated polyisobutene, Talc, Methylisothiazolinone, Caprylic/CapricTriglycerides, Caprylyl Glycol, Mineral Oil, Iron Oxide, Ricinus Communis Root Extract, Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Talc, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Microcrystalline Wax, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Hydrogenated polyisobutene, Mica, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Iron Oxides, Titanium Dioxide, Copernicia Cerifera wax, Ceresin, Paraffinum Liquidum, Manganese Violet, Polyisobutene, Synthetic fluorphlogopite, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Talc, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Microcrystalline Wax, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Hydrogenated polyisobutene, Mica, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Iron Oxides, Titanium Dioxide, Copernicia Cerifera wax, Ceresin, Paraffinum Liquidum, Manganese Violet, Polyisobutene, Synthetic fluorphlogopite, Ethylhexyl Palmitate

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4.486% of 1665reviewers recommend this product

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September 17, 2014

Not only great for eyebrows, but also contouring?!

Now I know this kit can be a bit challenging (I know I hated it at first) but I'm going to give you a few tips I use that have made me love this product! Firstly for the eyebrows, when using the gel, less is more. I personally only use the gel because the powder is far to light for my eyebrows. I have the medium shade. The gel is considerably pigmented so take it slowly and build up your color, don't just slather it on. I don't really like the brush that comes with this kit because it's too small and too stiff so when I'm doing my eyebrows I actually use the angled brush that comes with the Studio Cream Eyeliner. The brush from the cream eyeliner is the perfect size and isn't too flimsy or too stiff so you have great control. Also, if any section of hair in your brow is sparse, the angled brush has a fine tip so you can dip it into the gel and make small thin strokes that mimic the appearance of hair! It's a pretty great brow gel in my opinion but the downside is that it is very easily removed. How I like to fix this is I put the Studio HD powder over my eyebrows after I've filled them in. (You can use and translucent setting powder for this) The HD powder will set the gel and make it last much longer.NOW, on to the contouring! This tip is particularly aimed toward fair skinned girls such as myself! As I said before, I have the medium shade. The medium shade comes with this light brown matte powder and though I don't personally like it for my eyebrows, it's just about the perfect contour shade! I have very pale skin so it's hard to find a bronzer that doesn't look red or orange on my skin and this powder definitely doesn't do that! It's the perfect color for a natural looking contour! It is a bit hard to blend out but once you do it looks beautiful and to me, it looks like actual shadows! And I know the pan is small but a little goes a long way for me!All in all, you get a pretty great eyebrow kit and a very nice contour color for only three dollars when you buy this product and I don't think that's a bad deal at all! I hope this has helped some of you, good luck! x « less user
June 20, 2012

Can't live without this!

Of all the ELF products I own, this is one of my top five favorites! I have this in Dark and it has worked well with all the shades of haircolor I've had since I first used this, from light ash blonde, reddish tones, all shades of brown, and now black. My natural haircolor is brownish black. The Dark kit has worked well even on my lighter brows (I lightened my brows with a facial hair bleaching kit when I had my lightest haircolors). The Dark kit in person looks more like the Medium kit on the website (note that swatches may appear differently on your screen depending on your computer/settings). The darker wax goes on smoother and blends better than others I've tried from other brands. It's buildable and it's easy to wipe away mistakes with your fingertip before it dries. Once it dries it's very long-lasting and doesn't smudge or settle into pores even through sweat or accidental rubbing. That's just the wax! The right amount of setting powder gives it a nice, soft, finished look. It helps to lighten the shade of the wax and adds to its lasting power. You can use it alone and it looks fine, but I can't vouch for its lasting power by itself. The brow powder itself is more pigmented, easier to pick up, and easier to apply than a MAC one I've had. Definitely buildable. Be careful not to apply too much or else it sort of looks weird for an everyday look... somewhere between looking too formal/made-up to looking like you don't even have any eyebrow hairs to begin with haha. This can probably be fixed by tapping some off, using a brow comb/brush, or maybe even a clear brow gel. You can probably pull off using more of the powder though if your style is more formal/made-up or if you have to be on camera. The trick to getting the most out of this duo is experimenting with the application. If I can get my brows to look great throughout all the haircolor shades I've gone through with just one duo, so can you! Just experiment with one side of this due at a time, then different amounts of both, try different stiffness angle brushes for the wax, different amounts of pressure, and different ways of applying each. To fill in sparse areas, smudge the wax in with the angle brush. To add some oomph to your brows, follow the growth of your hair with short, feathering strokes. Go ahead and even try on a slightly new brow shape - this looks natural with the right application. The dual-ended applicator it comes with is pretty good for the set. I normally don't need to reach out for any of my other brushes to get the job done well. Since it has to fit into this tiny compact, the applicator is short. You may even have a hard time seeing what you're doing if you don't learn how to hold it a certain way, but you can always opt to use a longer brush. The quality, however, is decent and saves space for on-the-go/travel. To compare the angle brush it comes with, it's a tiny bit softer than the full-sized ELF Small Angled Brush, which is softer than the MAC 208 angle brush. This might make it sound too soft to apply nicely, but it actually works pretty well. The powder brush is soft and fluffy - it picks up a LOT of powder. Just a light swipe over the powder should get you plenty of product for one brow. For those who have only used brow pencils, brow mascaras, or eye shadow to fill in their brows, this kit is not difficult to use, doesn't take much more time to apply, and is a worthwhile investment for a gorgeous, long-lasting outcome. There's a lot of product in this little guy, a decent dual-ended applicator, and a good sized mirror. It would be nice to see/get a mineral version of this from ELF ;) « less user
March 27, 2015

Poor Pigmentation, Not buying again.

just bought this 4 days ago at a local walgreens. i purchased the darkest brown shade, which is "medium". i have very few hairs in my eyebrows. when i applied the gel it did not have any pigment what so ever. it goes on very sheer, barely any color shows up at all. i usually line my brows with an eyebrow pencil and it works just fine, i would think using my angled brow brush with this gel would give me a more defined shaped brow. it didn't! as for the powder? it does have pigment to it but it is not strong enough to fill in my eyebrows. if you have very sparse eyebrows like me, it probably will NOT work for you. this kit should have much more pigment in it. will not buy again unless the formula is changed.

walgreens user
May 21, 2015

One of the best for beginners!

I had first bought this product in Medium when I was starting makeup. This kit comes with a pigmented wax, powder, a mini mirror, and a dual ended brush with an angled side and a fluffy side. This is one of my favorite eyebrow waxes to use because it's not too waxy, but it's also not to creamy. I find that it's very easy to use, especially for traveling. You can use this product to have a natural look, but can build it up for "dramatic" thicker eyebrows. The only downside to this product is that it does not have a spooley brush. I might not use the waxy side as much, but I do use the powder side to set any eyebrow product I use. Although this product does not claim to be waterproof, I wore this on my brows to the gym, and it looked totally fine. Overall, I love this product, and would recommend it to anyone! user
July 15, 2014


I have been using the Anastasia Brow Wiz every since that product came out and if I use that I go through that product in about a month. Using that, plus the brown gel is about $40 dollars a month. Now while I am not saying this works as a perfect dupe, it's pretty close in quality. First, the brush it comes with. It is not just an applicator, it is an actual brush. there is a fine angled tip on one side that really lets you get small precision lines. I wouldn't say they are as small as the Brow Wiz, but again, it's pretty close. The other side is like a small brush similar in shape to the smudge brush they have from the essentials line but smaller if you have used that brush. The gel seems to stay on fine for about a four hour wear alone, but if you set it with the powder (which is soft and pigmented) I say you could get about eight hours. With a little bit of a setting gel, all night wear. I love this, better than any other brow product I have used. It is highly inexpensive, highly pigmented, a great little travel compact, and the brush is perfect!! This product is now apart of my daily routine and will definitely be a repurchase. And when I repurchase it, I will probably just transfer the brush I receive with my current compact to that one, and save the new brush for a different eye shadow compact. I swear, the brush is great!! « less

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Michelle Rogers
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Hi! I am looking for a good eyebrow filling product. Could be pencil or gel or whatever I just need something that doesn’t look too fake but also shows up. TIA

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Sara A
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I use this one in medium even though my eyebrows are dark brown. It gives me a natural but polished look.

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chloe methe
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Currently trying to get new products and stuff so I don’t have to borrow from my mom anymore, what are some good reasonably priced concealers, brow products and moisturizers that hydrate my skin?

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Julianna Hubbard
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This eyebrow kit is actually really good and super cheap 100% recommend

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Leslie Acevedo
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I kinda want to get into brow powders, I’ve always used the Anastasia Beverly Hill Dip Brow but I want something more natural. Any products that y’all may recommend?

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Lauren Dreyer
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I love mixing the pomade and powder, it makes it look very natural!!