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The four-in-one eyebrow styling tool promises to deliver the ultimate arch

If you’re a fan of perfectly sculpted brows chances are you own a plethora of products.

But there’s one new product that’s hit the market that’s different to all the others. 

Benefit’s Brow Contour Pro, which costs $55, is a four-in-one styling tool, and it operates in a similar way to an retro four-colour clickable ink pen.

The multitasker – set to become a must-have product – comes with a lighter and darker shade for filling in brows, an edge definer and an arch highlighter.

Generally speaking in order to achieve covetable, full, fully contoured brows, a plethora of products is usually needed

Benefit's Brow Contour Pro works in a similar way a four-colour ink pen

Benefit's Brow Contour Pro works in a similar way a four-colour ink pen

Benefit’s Brow Contour Pro (pictured left) works in a similar way a four-colour ink pen (pictured right)

How to use Benefit’s Brow Contour Pro:

* Start with a lighter shade and gently trace the outline of your brow

* Add definition to your arch with the deeper shade

* Blend the the ‘edge definer’ shade above and below the brow

* The highlighting shade goes underneath your arch

The brand is quick to point out the styling tool shouldn’t be thought of as a pencil or pen though because the consistency of the product doesn’t apply like ink nor can it be feathered onto the brow like a pencil

The formulation is a pomade which means it should be blended rather than used to create hair strokes.

The Brow Contour Pro comes in five shade combinations to cover a range of brow colours and skin tones: blonde light, brown light, brown medium, brown-black light, brown-black deep. 

Speaking to Mamamia Benefit Australia’s National Brow Artist Hannah Mutz said the 24-hour waterproof formula was both ‘creamy and intensely pigmented’ making it easy to achieve a bold brow without the extra effort.

‘And having those areas of highlight and contrast on the brow gives brows dimension and texture while still being really natural and defined,’ she said.  

The styling tool shouldn't be thought of as a pencil or pen though because the consistency of the product doesn't apply like ink nor can it be feathered onto the brow like a pencil

The styling tool shouldn’t be thought of as a pencil or pen though because the consistency of the product doesn’t apply like ink nor can it be feathered onto the brow like a pencil

The Brow Contour Pro comes in five shade combinations to cover a range of brow colours and skin tones 

The Brow Contour Pro comes in five shade combinations to cover a range of brow colours and skin tones 

The brow professional recommends taking a light-handed approach as the colour is highly pigmented – a little goes a long way. 

Her top tips for using the product is to start with a lighter shade first and gently trace the outline of your brow.

Next, add definition to your arch with the deeper shade then blend the ‘edge definer’ shade above and below the brow

The matte highlighting shade goes underneath your arch for the perfect light-reflecting finish.  

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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