1000HOUR Eyelash & Brow Dye Kit


For the longest time I have been very annoyed/ self conscious of how light my eyebrows are. Whilst filling them in with pencils, waxes, powders or gels offered me a solution it was only temporary and I always felt like something was missing when I wasn't wearing makeup. About a year ago I had my first eyebrow tint treatment at my local salon and I seriously loved how they looked. But yet again there was a problem with this solution. The tint would only last around one and a half weeks and the treatment set me back $15. 
not ideal for poor little me!

So I did a little research and found this at home "1000HOUR Eyelash & Brow Dye Kit" on the Priceline website (essentially the Australian version of Boots or Ulta). Originally $18.99, I bought this during a sale and got it for $11.39. According to the packaging I should manage to get about twelve applications from this kit . So clearly a much better set up for me. 


This kit is seriously simple to use, you just mix a small portion of the two liquids provided in the little white plastic tray provided, and apply to your combed out brows (or lashes) with the plastic wand provided. On my first application I was a little nervous and only applied a light layer and left it on for the recommended six minutes.  This ended up being too light for me so I applied a thicker layer and left it on for about 15 min.  As you can clearly see in the images down below it has done a great job. I am so happy with how they look now. I feel like they frame my face beautifully!

 
I didn't have a reaction or experience any pain with this product. I am actually really impressed  by it and would recommend it to anyone who wants to dye their eyebrows (it does come in five different shades. I used the shade Brown-Black)
Affordable, convienient and effective.

Here is the Priceline link to the range so you can check it out - https://www.priceline.com.au/search?keyword=1000+hour+eyelash+%26+brow+dye+kit
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