The New Product That Transforms Your Brows in One Step

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Some women won’t leave the house without a pop of blush, a few swipes of mascara or their favorite lipstick—for me, it’s all about eyebrows. And while my technique of filling in and shaping my brows admittedly hasn’t been the most sophisticated (“You use eyeshadow?”) or remotely convenient (I carried said eyeshadow, a brow brush and brow gel around with me every day), I had settled on the idea that this was the best way for me achieve my Lily Collins and Cara Delevingne dream brows. Enter Glossier’s Boy Brow ($16).

I use Glossier’s Skin Perfecting Tint daily, so when I heard rumblings of a new product release, I was excited—when I found out it was a new eyebrow product my excitement turned to all-out glee. Inspired by traditional hair pomade, Boy Brow is a creamy wax formula that thickens, fills in and polishes brows in one simple step. This is a case where “too good to be true” doesn’t apply—with this one product and a few seconds of upward and outward fluffing, I have fuller-looking, perfectly groomed brows.

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The tiny tapered brush is designed for precise application, while the conditioning pomade means my brows aren’t stiff and don’t flake. The tinted shade (I use black; blond and brown are also available) is just subtle enough that it doesn’t look obvious, so there’s no need for extra filling in with a pencil (or in my case, I actually use my eyeshadow on my eyesnow). The best part? When I look in the mirror at the end of a long day, my brows still look as polished as they did that morning. 

Turns out, it doesn’t take multiple products and extra touch-ups throughout the day to get the bold brows you’ve been coveting.

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