Recently, I paid a visit to the HD Brows clinic in London's Harley Street, where I undertook the brand's seven step eyebrow treatment procedure.
Following that, I've been maintaining my brows with a couple of products from the HD Brows brand product line, namely the HD Brows Palette — loved by new girlband Stooshe - and the HD Brows Precision Tweezers.
HD Brows Palette:
The palette is available in three shade options and includes four eyeshadows, a double-ended brush (angled and flat) and a handy mirror.
The option I use is 'Vamp' which is designed for dark hair. It includes a nude shadow (top left), a carbon shadow (top right) and two dark brown shades (bottom row).
Using the HD Brows Palette
I dip the angled end of the brush in the bottom left hand corner shade and fill my brows in with it. A good tip is to spray a little on an old mascara wand and brush through afterwards to help keep the brows in place.
I then use a combination of the nude and dark brown shades to create a smokey eyeshadow effect.
Is the HD Brows Palette all it's cracked up to be?
I've found the colours to be long wearing (it definitely lasts all day) and smudge proof. You don't get any fall out from the brush and the handy sized compact is perfect for popping in your handbag for eyebrow touch ups.
I use it pretty much every day and I've hardly noticed a dent in it at all. This is something I'd definitely recommend putting on your Christmas list ASAP!
The HD Brows Palette is available from the Nouveau Beauty Group website, RRP £19.95.
HD Brows Precision Tweezers:
I've also been using a new pair tweezers from HD Brows, and I have to admit, I don't know how I survived before them.
These are specially designed with a precise, slanted tip for gripping tiny hairs and have a sleek, black finish to complement the palette.
Are the HD Brows Precision Tweezers any good?
These tweezers are so pointed they're a dream to use, and really pick up every little hair. Best of all, they don't hurt! As with the palette, they're ideal for popping in your handbag. Having now replaced my bog standard high street tweezers with these, I would definitely recommend investing in a good pair like these — you won't regret it.