When I was 12, I started doing my eyebrows myself with zero prior knowledge of what an arch even was and unsurprisingly, I ended up with half an eyebrow missing for most of high school. Now that I know better — though my bleached eyebrows might imply otherwise — I'm not only meticulous with tweezing, but have a veritable repertoire of information on eyebrow maintenance sitting in my brain. I know you folks want the best brows possible, and for that to come to fruition, you're going to need one of the best brow kits to make your dreams come true.
The first eyebrow kit I ever owned was a powder/wax duo from e.l.f. that cost me under $3 and worked like a charm, though since then, I've graduated to the more expensive and complicated stuff, opting for higher price ranges and moving beyond wax and powders towards gels and pomades. Even my first set of tweezers from the utilitarian Japanese retailer MUJI has been replaced with a set of fancy Tweezermans, with one for normal run-of-the-mill plucking and another for pesky ingrowns.
Because everyone's brows are different — varying in factors like length, thickness, volume, and growth patterns — a set of bushy black brows are a different beast to tame from sparse auburn brows. That's why I've selected a variety of products in myriad shade ranges, including a universal brow kit that's perfect for beginners who might not know whether they're a "dark brown" or "medium brown." Additionally, while not all brows are created equal, neither are our budgets, which is why you'll find prestige options and wallet-friendly products alike. After all, everyone deserves great eyebrows.