SmartFX SmartBrow Eyebrow Filler in Brunette Photos/Review


As someone who has thin eyebrows, I was really excited to get the opportunity to test the SmartBrow in Brunette. As someone who is pretty new to filling in my eyebrows, I was also crossing my fingers that it really would do as promised. Eyebrows really do make the face, so it’s important to make sure they are looking good for you to finish your face.

The kit includes the SmartBrow and the SmartBrow Cleanser.


When opened, it looks like so.


Let’s take a closer look at each end. It has two sides, a “liquid liner” type tip and one that looks like a “mascara wand”. The “liquid liner” tip is used to line the eyebrows and then use short strokes to fill in gaps in your eyebrow or areas you need filling. While this is wet, the instructions advise you to brush over your eyebrows. I will admit, the SmartBrow was daunting, at first, only because I didn’t know if it would look right with my hair color and there’s always a learning curve with these kinds of products, but it was especially easy to use!

This is what you need to use to line your eyebrows and fill in empty spaces or wherever necessary.


Here is what you will need to use to brush over your eyebrows when wet.


Here is a before and after of my eyebrows, so you can see how it worked out. It makes them look completely natural instead of marked up.


And, here’s a closer look so you can see how hair-like it looks! I loved the Brunette shade because I prefer the filler to be lighter than my eyebrows or it looks a little too unnatural.



The cleanser is wonderful, as well, because this product is waterproof (as it should be! You don’t want your eyebrow melting on you!) and this gets it off with a little massaging. It is kind of greasy so what I did was use my facial cleanser afterwards and washed my face again to make sure it was completely off.

I’ve actually been using this to fill in my eyebrows because it’s been doing a beautiful job! I used my eyebrow pencil’s brush end to brush it out afterwards to make it even more natural, but to be honest, it didn’t budge and dries semi-quickly. I think I will definitely be using mine for my brows.

What do you think? Is this a product you would try out for yourself?

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