I was very excited to discover that Niva, aka the Face Of Australia Santa had sent me some new release products for Christmas this year. The standout products for me was their Budge Proof Eyeliners, which will be released in February (review coming in a fortnight), and the Face Of Australia High Definition Brow Kit.
The combination of the tinted brow wax and brow powder (I use the darker one), gives me fairly long lasting groomed and filled brows even through sweating. Impressive for a drugstore product, and for something at such a good price point it is a gem.
I love how it comes with a decent quality eyebrow brush, and tweezers. Perfect to throw in your makeup bag when you’re travelling.
The only thing I can fault the brow kit on is that the colour ranges limits it to use for those with light to medium dark brow/hair colour. With my current hair colour it’s ever so slightly on the light side, and I would imagine that those with black hair and very dark brows might find this a little bit light.
keep reading after the jump!
1. Dip brush into brow wax and apply all over the brow as a base.
2. Layer over the wax with brow powder A or B, focussing on sparse areas
3. Pluck stray hairs with tweezers.
This is an image from an upcoming FOTD post where I use the FOA HD Brow Kit to fill in my brows.
Availability: Priceline, Kmart, Big W, selected pharmacies Australia Wide.Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Jan 10th, 2013 in Reviews, Swatches | 61450 comments. Face+Of+Australia+HD+Brow+Kit%3A+Review+and+Swatches2013-01-10+01%3A47%3A49myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D6145
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