HD Brows

Project Eyebrow is going well so far, with at least half of my brows springing (slowly) back to life. However, with the ends still looking patchy and sparse I need to fill them in daily so I don’t look like a donkey. I’ve been using a combination of eyebrow pencils, pens and palettes to keep them looking symmetrical and natural, but this new palette from eyebrow experts HD Brows has meant I can put my brows on in a flash and leave the house feeling confident.


The newly re-formulated HD Brow palettes, from the brains behind the famous ‘Seven Step’ complete brow procedure, offer the essential tools to add definition and shape to brows yourself. It’s a well known fact that spending a little time shaping and defining eyebrows can add real impact to your usual look and the palettes make it easier to maintain that ‘fresh out of the salon’ appearance.The palettes come in three colour ways (blonde, brunette and black hair) and each feature four different shades so you can create the perfect combination for your individual colouring.

The formula is not unlike an eyeshadow, but with more pigment and less of a powdery finish. It applies to the brow easily, creating a shape and filling in colour well which is only aided by the amazingly soft and sharp-edged brush. I’ve got many similar palettes, including Chanel and Benefit, and this is head and shoulders above them… The result is a really natural brow that blends subtly so you wouldn’t even know it’s drawn in. To make it even better, the formula has ‘stay put technology’ so brows remain full and perfect for up to 24 hours. I would thoroughly recommend this – especially as it’s been in my bag getting a battering for the last few weeks and has yet to even create a little excess crumble. It’s a hard core palette that has made my brow routine much easier.

Available from www.hd-brows.co.uk for £19.99



  1. laurenrmilor
    August 16, 2011 / 8:28 pm

    similar to brows a go go by benefit, but a lot cheaper, and the packaging looks a lot nicer.might be worth a buy!

  2. London Beauty Queen
    August 16, 2011 / 8:31 pm

    I've got brows-a-go-go and this is ten times better. The Benefit one has a tendency to smudge and the colour isn't as easy to build. I'm totally sold on this!

  3. Siobhan
    August 17, 2011 / 7:22 am

    My eyebrows are quite sparse, i've been getting the hd brow done every month for the last ten months as I've been trying to get a nice angle instead of a curve. Massaging vaseline into the sparse patch with an old mascara wand for getting the hairs to grow back a bit quicker

  4. Siobhan
    August 17, 2011 / 7:23 am

    you can engourage the hair to grow back in the spasre patches by massaging vaseline into them with an old mascara wand. I do this every night and it really works 🙂

  5. Sarah @ Beauty Geek
    August 17, 2011 / 3:48 pm

    I love the look of this!Sarah xx

  6. Anonymous
    March 5, 2012 / 5:50 pm

    I had mine tattooed by a lady called Heidi Worman, it looks very natural.Jenny

  7. Mi Reino Por Un Gloss
    March 21, 2013 / 6:01 pm

    I have just discovered your blog and I am in awe… it is just great!I also have a problem with my now scarce eyebrows. As a teenager I had a tendency to overpluck them, and I am now paying the consequences :/However, I will search this palette for I have not seen anything similar in Spain. We do have Benefit´s "Brows a go go", but as some other reader commented, it is difficult to build a consistent color when you are in a hurry.Best of luck from Madrid!Beawww.mireinoporungloss.blogspot.com

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