WunderBrow Review : Changing Up The Brow Game?

Move over brow pencils and make way for the new brow hero. Well it isn’t new really and although I have had this particular product for ages, I recently rediscovered it in my make up drawer and need to tell you all about it. Why I stopped using this? I have no idea.. honestly I’m stumped! But my oh my have I very quickly fallen back in love with WunderBrow all over again.

WunderBrow Review : Changing Up The Brow Game?

So what is WunderBrow? WunderBrow is a gel-like formula that blends with your natural hairs to create your ideal brow shape. Once dried, the formula can last up to 3 days. Impossible right? I felt just the same, but as you can easily assume, I quickly changed my opinion. The gel formula comes in five different shades, so there’s a good chance of finding a match that works for you. Inside each box you will find a spoolie and of course the gel it self (otherwise it would be pretty pointless).

The application process is surprisingly pretty straight-forward. Start by ensuring your brows are clean and dry. Apply the gel in a soft sweeping motion whilst following the direction of your natural hair growth. When you are happy, use the spoolie to set the gel and leave to dry. Little tip (just from my own personal experience) it can be really useful going around the edge of the brow with a wet wipe. Trust me, it’s so much easier to get the neat and precise shape you are desire. Not a bad or lengthy process at all especially considering it lasts up to 3 days. And yes it does last, although you may wish to neaten them up if you feel it’s needed. This formula is waterproof and doesn’t budge so there’s no need to worry that your brow will disappear after a nap. If you want to start over or give your brows a break, simply (And I mean simply) apply some make up remover to a cotton pad and gently wipe away. Easy!

WunderBrow Review : Changing Up The Brow Game?

I guess now it all just comes down to the pennies. How much? I hear you ask. WunderBrow can be purchased *here for a very reasonable £19.95 and considering we would spend that in a heartbeat (or sometimes more) for a Benefit pencil, it’s pretty good value for money.

So what do you think? Are you going to give it a go?

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