They have recently released a brow palette, the powders can also double as neutral eyeshadows. I think the range of colours chosen for the palette are very good. There's a mix of red and more ashy browns as well as a nude, flesh tone shade. I think you could mix the right brow colour for most people from this palette.
|From right to left: Carbon, Cocoa, Latte, Gingerlily, Pebble and Bisque|
|Gingerlily, Pebble and Bisque|
|Carbon, Cocoa and Latte|
I wanted to demonstrate how a few of these shades look on my brows. The picture below is how they look with nothing on.
|Pebble (right brow)|
|A mix of the Pebble and Carbon|
|From right to left: Carbon, Cocoa, Latte, Gingerlily, Pebble and (hard to spot) Bisque|
The palette costs £24.95 plus postage and can be purchased from www.hd-brows.co.uk. I do think this a little on the pricey side. At this price point I would expect the packaging to be a bit better or better quality powders. I think a colourless brow wax would have been a great addition to the palette too. However, it is versatile and the colours well chosen and usable.
I'm still intrigued by the HD brows technique and have already looked up local salons that offer the service. I like the idea of having my brows tinted as well as shaped so they look more defined without any effort. I wonder if I'd miss the different options though when I fill them in myself? What's your brow routine of choice?
This palette was send to me without cost for the purposes of review.