The Top 3 Tinted Gels for Quick and Flawless Eyebrows
This is the secret to getting gorgeous brows with minimal effort.
This article originally appeared on Health
If I have time to fill in my eyebrows hair by hair, I will. But most days, my makeup routine is much more grab-and-go: I want fast application and great results. Is that so much to ask?
To the rescue: Eyebrow gels make it ridiculously easy to add color, fullness, and a more uniform shape to brows, even those that are unruly or super sparse. Gel formulas are ideal because they can be swiped on in seconds and deliver all-day hold, so brows stay in place without looking stiff or unnatural. Here, our top three eyebrow gels that guarantee flawless, gorgeous results—minimal effort required.
For color enhancing: LASHFOOD BROWFOOD Tinted Brow Enhancing Gelfix
If pigment is what you're after, LASHFOOD brow products are for you. Available in three shades, this gel can be swept lightly across brows for a subtle enhancement, or layered on for serious impact. Statement brows like Cara Delevingne's are as popular as ever, and this product guarantees a dramatic, defined look. Also good: The Nano-Peptide Complex formula nourishes for healthier brows over time.
For thickening: Too Faced Brow Quickie
Waterproof with up to 12 hours of wear, Too Faced Brow Gel is ideal for a long day. Select your shade—Universal Taupe for fair-haired folks, Universal Brunette for anyone with darker locks—and brush on to activate the fiber technology. Fiber formulas cling to hairs to create a thicker, fuller appearance, making this the perfect pick to plump brows up.
For shaping: Glossier Boy Brow
The Glossier brow pomade is a cult favorite for cool-girls everywhere—and with chic, minimalist packaging and great results, there's a lot to love. This product comes in three shades, plus an additional clear option for girls who want to shape without adding more color. Groom brows by brushing in short, upward and outward strokes to add color and "fluff" hairs into a natural yet perfected shape.
To buy: $16; glossier.com
This Story Originally Appeared On Health