Our Top 5 Brow Gels (Of All Time)

Take your brow game to the top.

Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen eyebrow shapes and shades take a ride through multiple trends; from the rise and fall of the Instagram brow, to a brief fling with bleached brows, to the resurgence of the bold-yet-tamed brow made famous by Cara Delevingne.

Now, the current eyebrow trend has settled on an effortlessly polished brow - in other words, clean, but with a wild side. The best part of this trend is that it emphasizes and embraces everyone’s natural shape. Despite keeping it natural, creating and maintaining this look still requires some product. For those who’d like to add more fullness to their brow (or have fallen victim to over-plucking like most 90s babies), we recommend that you use a pencil or powder first. Otherwise, this look is quite easy to achieve with just a brow gel (especially if you listened your mom and stayed away from those tweezers!)

Here are our top 5 brow gels of all time. 



Main image via @katcye

We're also musing about fall's most creative eyeliner trends, and we're obsessed with this new fragrance. 


WHO: Alyssa, Sr. Beauty Contributor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Toronto, Canada.  
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LISTENING TO: Early 2000s pop songs #throwback 
CAN BE FOUND AT: @alyssmanuel

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