Hmm.. I am slightly side-eyeing this Benefit Bling Brow kit – it’s pretty much just a pretty tin with crystals in it. And the Swarovski crystals are for your eyebrows. This is a catwalk look that’s transferred to the high street and while I love body adornments, I’m so not sure about sticking crystals to your eyebrows. Maybe it could look really edgy – Benefit suggests three dotted along the lower arch – that sounds pretty cool.
I know I’ve got a sample on the way so I’ll be able to show you close up what the crystals look like – hope they’re tiny – and how easy it is to create a look with it.
I do think – even though it’s a very pretty tin – it’s quite expensive at £19.50 – that’s a lot of crystals you can buy yourself (you could probably stuff a cushion with that amount’s worth of crystals!) but Benefit Bling Brow is also part of the Benefit Brow Service – you can have them applied in store from £4 (one brow) which means if you want bling for a one-off look, it’s not such an investment.
The set is limited edition and it launches (along with the Bling Brow services) from 1st November.
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