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Urban Decay’s New Brow Pencil Is Brilliant

Brow enthusiasts rejoice! There’s a brand new eyebrow product on the market and if it’s anything like the rest of their range, you’re going to love this one too. Yes, Urban Decay are fast becoming our favourite brand when it’s strong eye-catching mascaras, durable long-lasting eyeliners and easy to use, defined brows that we’re after. Doing away with the need for a kit with mirrors and palettes and brushes and tweezers (a pain in your rear end if you’re really in a rush), Urban Decay’s Brow Beater is your new double-ended tool that promises not to take up too much space in your make-up bag. 

Whether you plucked your eyebrows a la Christina Aguilera’s Dirty years, or you just can’t master your own arches, we all need a helping hand when it comes to our brows. You can use the Brow Beater to merely fill in gaps or if you want to create a strongly defined brow, this tool does all of the heavy lifting. 

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You use the pencil end to create your perfect brow and then, quite simply, groom and blend the colour with brush on the other end. If it’s Cara D or Lily Collins style brows you’re dreaming of, go one step further with their new Brow Tamer, a lightweight gel that provides flexible, comfortable hold without  feeling like you’re harbouring two sticky caterpillars above your peepers.

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It’s a waterproof formula, it glides on effortlessly (you need not have the skill of Picasso to use it), it comes in four shades from taupe for blondes to dark for those who like them strong, and it also promises gorgeous ingredients such as coconut oil, vitamin E and argan oil, ensuring the skin under your brows remain nicely hydrated. Dry flaky eyebrows are the opposite of what you’re looking for here.

The Brow Beater costs €18.50 and is available at Debenhams and House of Fraser in Dundrum. 

Altogether now; ‘SOLD!’

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