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Which Eyebrow powder would you recommend please?

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chocolatespiders Fri 09-Nov-12 19:01:17

Looking for a nice one for teenage daughter, she has used an eyelure one and now needs a replacement.

It is her birthday soon and doesn't know what she would like so I thought I could buy her a nice one.

Thankyou

hermioneweasley Fri 09-Nov-12 20:01:05

I use benefit brow zings. Comes in a few different shades.

BerryLellow Fri 09-Nov-12 20:10:00

Also brow zings

Wearsuncream Fri 09-Nov-12 20:13:27

Another vote for benefit -lasts years -and I do mine every single day

Mewsical Fri 09-Nov-12 20:56:32

I didn't rate the Benefit one due to lack of colour range. I'm going to try the Smashbox tech trio as the shades look pretty good.

QuinnFabray Fri 09-Nov-12 21:15:12

A brilliant cheaper alternative is the GOSH eyebrow kit from Superdrug - comes in a sleek circular palette with three brow colours, a wax and brushes. Costs about £7.99.

I also use a matt brown eyeshadow and a slanted brush sometimes. MAC concrete or charcoal are good for my dark brows. Omega is supposed to be good for lighter brows.

3mily Fri 09-Nov-12 22:49:28

I love the Urban Decay one. Not even made a dent in it yet!

UterusUterusGhouli Fri 09-Nov-12 23:16:43

The benefit packaging will appeal to a teenager I reckon.

BrianGiggs Sat 10-Nov-12 01:19:55

BB mahoany

chocolatespiders Sat 10-Nov-12 07:35:37

Thanks for the recommendations- lots to look at!

I hadn't even thought that there would be different shades blush

EllieorOllie Sat 10-Nov-12 12:09:23

Have tried the gosh one and one from sleek, also at superdrug. The sleek one is much better, the wax is coloured as well as the powder. On a casual day I just use the wax, on other occasions I set the wax with the powder. It's great stuff, wouldn't be without it.

chocolatespiders Sat 10-Nov-12 18:48:46

Thanks Ellie will have a look at the sleek one to.

ENormaSnob Sat 10-Nov-12 20:24:31

I use a body shop one that's pretty good.

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