Givenchy is upping their brow game in May with the launch of Givenchy Brow Experts – a new brow grooming range. In the picture above you’ll see Givenchy Mister Brow Groom, a translucent tamer that sets unruly brows to flat. It feels quite natural although my brows are just boringly not any problem so it’s hard to say whether it would tackle the super fighters that insist on going in a different direction.
Next up is the Givenchy Eyebrow Couture Definer for the bold brow lover. Seriously, it’s bold – it delivers a big dose of dense colour with a slight sheen. It’s kind of for those two seals on a rock kinda brows but I know it’s a look so expect to see this one all over Instagram one way or another. There is only one shade – Brunette.
The Givenchy Mister Brow Filler is the product that I like the best because it seems more on point for Givenchy in terms of packaging. Although this is obviously completely the wrong shade for me, it did give a ‘plump’ effect on my brow although I felt the dry down looked a little matte because it’s a powder finish. (3 shades, Brunette, Blonde and Granite)
Finally, the Givenchy Eyebrow Pencil. I’m on happier ground with this – at least I know what to do! The pencil texture is dry and powdery but soft enough that it glides over the brow for an even finish. I’ve had some brow pencils recently that are so hard they’ve snapped and they are impossible to apply without grating your skin. There are 3 shades, Brunette, Blonde and Dark Brunette.
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Pricewise, they’re high – the brow pencil is £18, Couture Definer is £18 and the Brow Filler and Brow Groomer are both £17.50.
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