October 1, 2015 0 Comments Beauty

Brow Game Strong: How To Add Definition & Depth For Statement Eyebrows Like Gigi Hadid


Gigi Hadid is known for many things. Her long limbs, golden mermaid hair, her famous mum Yolanda Foster from The RealHousewives of Beverly Hills and her highly documented relationship with Joe Jonas.

Now the bombshell is grabbing attention for her wow-worthy power brows.

As the proud face of Maybelline New York, Gigi recently shot some promotional pictures for the beauty brand’s new Master Brow Pro Palette (yet to be released in Australia).

When chatting about her beautifully groomed and defined arches, Gigi said: ‘I think a bold, thick brow is the look of the moment. A lot of people that used to thin out their brows are now growing them back, especially in fashion.’

We all know that power brows have been a thing for some time now, but with the convenience of picking up Maybelline’s Master Brow Pro Palette at a fraction of the price of some higher end options – it’s definitely worth cheering about.

Because Maybelline’s Master Brow Pro Palette hasn’t hit shelves just yet, here are two other options that I use almost daily to keep my brows on fleek.

Eylure Brow Pencil (Dark Brown)


I love this brow pencil because i find it helps me stencil out a flattering shape for my brows as well as fill in any sparse areas along the head of my eyebrow. I don’t think you should ever draw in your whole brow with the pencil, instead creating light, thin lines to mimic the look of real hair to make them appear more bold. I love this is pencil is firm, waterproof and builds long-lasting colour. It also contains rosemary oil and vitamin E to nourish your brows!

Eylure’s Brow Pencil is available in Dark Brown, Mid brown and Blonde for $14.99.

Bobbi Brown Brow Kit

bb_prod_E80N02_415x415_0I’ve used this kit for over a year now, and it always does the job. You can choose between a light or dark palette (I have the darker option which features a warm and cool toned brown) with two powder colours. You also get a tiny pair of tweezers and an itsy bitsy angled brow brush for on-the-go applications.

I tend to concentrate the powder to the tail end of my brows and then sweep upwards at the head of the brow with any remaining pigment left on the bristles of my brush. I think it’s always best to leave the head of your brows a little more natural so you don’t end up with ‘drawn on’ eyebrows.

Bobbi Brown’s Brow Kit is available for $75

Are you a lover of bold brows? What products do you use? Let me know below!

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