Editor's Pick: Nora's Babely Brow-Making Kit

I used to think the brows I was born with were the ones I'd have to learn to love. There was nothing wrong with them, per se, but there was nothing extraordinary about them either. Month after month I'd read my fashion glossies declare that full brows were back--but weeks of tweezer-shaming left me with nothing but straggly strays and a sour face. And then there was Sonia Kashuk's brow kit.
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I used to think the brows I was born with were the ones I'd have to learn to love. There was nothing wrong with them, per se, but there was nothing extraordinary about them either. Month after month I'd read my fashion glossies declare that full brows were back--but weeks of tweezer-shaming left me with nothing but straggly strays and a sour face. And then there was Sonia Kashuk's brow kit.
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I used to think the brows I was born with were the ones I'd have to learn to love. There was nothing wrong with them, per se, but there was nothing extraordinary about them either. Month after month I'd read my fashion glossies declare that full brows were back--but weeks of tweezer-shaming left me with nothing but straggly strays and a sour face.

And then there was Sonia Kashuk's brow kit. Truth be told, I've had this nifty little palette in my makeup repertoire for quite some time, but it wasn't until a few days ago that a makeup artist (with amazing brows, I must add) really showed me how to use it. The trick is to use an angled brush dipped in the darkest creme along the underside of your brow to add definition. Next, use small brush motions to blend the next lighter shade into the brow itself. Extend the tail of the brow just enough to make you look like a fierce supermodel and FIN.

Need some more convincing? The whole shebang is only $9.99. No but really.