Once upon a time, there was a lady called Glitter Geek, who was blessed (or cursed) with full brows. One time, when her eyebrow hairs got really long (how sexy is she?), she came to a brilliant idea. “Time for a trim,” she says.
She then took her Sephora eyebrow trimmer/brush and went to work. “This should be easy,” she thinks to herself. Should being the operative word.
However, this was not an easy task for young Glitter Geek. Instead of nice and neat brows, she ended up in sparse brow city:
Determined to make things right, she decides that there’s no better time to find a good brow product. So, she put Benefit Brow Zings in Medium to the test.
And look, a free brow lesson!
Then she went to work. Following the instructions on the packaging, her eyebrow started looking a little too drag queen, and the colour was way too warm.
So she spoolied it off…
… and filled again, this time with a lighter hand.
“Ahh. Good brows!” She was quite pleased.
On the next day, she tried Brow Zings again. It took some time getting used to, but she finally got the hang of it:
She still wished that the brow powder was more on the taupe-y side, but the lasting power of Brow Zings wowed her. Her brows remained perfect through a cardio kickbox class, which is very impressive for such a sweaty girl — again, sexy right? 😛
The mini brushes in Brow Zings are surprisingly good. For everyday use, she prefers to use a full-size angle brush because of her limited dexterity. The tweezer is garbage; it was too small and too tough to squeeze.
In the end, she did like Brow Zings, but left this advice: “Make sure to try before you buy. If the colour works for your hair colour and complexion, and you have sparse eyebrows, then this is a must-have!” Rating: B+.
And she lived happily ever after.