I only use the Tame side of the Treat & Tame which has a mascara wand as an applicator. It contains the pigment whereas the Treat side is just clear but the brush applicator makes it awkward to apply. Also the Treat side doesn't line up properly when I close it but that's neither here nor there really.
Like I said above, I've had this from way before I started blogging so no photos of the product unused annoyingly. You can see all the dents in the wax on the left and the powder on the right.
|The top swatch is the Treat & Tame and the bottom is the eyebrow kit. I've taken a swatch of the brow kit with and without the powder.|
|The top cotton pad is the brow kit and the bottom is the Treat & Tame.|
I find it quite difficult to make the Eyebrow kit look natural and that's why I left it in my drawer for so long. The Treat & Tame however is perfect for everyday use. I have not been grooming my brows recently and have found that the T&T lightens them so they look more orderly. I spent the past year just setting my brows with MUA clear mascara but the bushier my eyebrows have gotten the more I've fallen in love with the Treat & Tame. It is unbelievably easy to use! You just run it through your brows, it takes 10 seconds and there's no worry of it looking unnatural.
I use the Treat & Tame for a more natural look and leave the Eyebrow kit for when I want a more defined look. The latter has been compared to the Benefit brow kit and whether or not they are the same quality, the ELF is definitely a great inexpensive alternative to have. I've noticed MAC also have a mascara wand type brow set but I am more than happy with my Treat & Tame for now. Well done ELF!
What do you use on your brows?
Till next time...Toodles! :)