Available in four shades: Blonde, Light Brown, Taupe, Raven
I tried the darkest shade of brow powder, Raven, which is for those with "very dark hair color and dark skin tones." I was worried it would be a little dark but it's perfect in my opinion. It has just the right amount of pigmentation, and is really smooth in texture. This brow powder is a fantastic no-frills product. While $16 might seem like a bit much to some, one pan will last you years, even if you use it every day.
This dual-ended brow brush has a soft angled brush on one end, and a spoolie on the other. I personally like a slightly stiffer brush to use on my brows (I actually use a stiff flat eyeliner brush), but this one creates a nice soft line and works well with the brow powder. The brush is a good quality brush, and looks nice as well. The spoolie brushes my brows nicely. I've looked for brow brushes in the past, and they tend to cost quite a bit more than this one. BDB's brow brush is an excellent choice for anyone looking to fill in their brows.
- Easy to use
- Good quality
- Reasonably priced
- Contains parabens
- Online retailer (can't try it out)
Whether you've never done your brows before, or you're a brow expert, you'll love Billion Dollar Brows. These two products are fantastic, and I definitely recommend them.