Benefit Brow Zings brow shaping kit in medium.
I'm recently erm, growing out my fringe (well, I've actually just not had it cut for a while), and it means that my eyebrows have been prominent. However my eyebrows are naturally quite thin and sparse and I wanted to make them look more pronounced without looking too harsh. I've tried pencils before but they make my eyebrows look quite severe and unnatural, so I decided to try this brow shaping kit from Benefit.
It costs £22.50 and the powder weighs 2.65g and the wax weighs 1.7g. It comes with a little instruction leaflet, a mirror, and two small brushes, as well as some miniature tweezers. To be honest the brushes are a bit too small to use comfortably, as are the tweezers, but it is nice to have them included as it saves bringing along extra brushes if I were to go travelling. I use the wax first to tame any unruly brows (luckily I don't have many), and then use the powder to fill in my brows. I find powder easier to use compared to a pencil because I can control more easily how much I use and how I want them to look. Also I think it looks more natural.
I can see how people wouldn't like this product. It is a lot of money for what you get but to be honest I've not come across many similar products and I've been looking for quite a while now. I'm aware that Bobbi Brown has a similar brow kit but that's £35! This kit also comes in only three different colours (light, medium and dark) and the light and medium do seem to lean ever so slightly red, but I don't think it's that noticeable in application.