Benefit launched an amazing range of brow products earlier this year. The collection includes some already well-loved but re-vamped old favourites, as well as a few completely new products. I recently reviewed the Benefit Gimme Brow, which is one of my favourite beauty discoveries of the year. However, today the focus will be on the new KA-BROW! Eyebrow Cream-Gel Colour.

Just like all the other newly launched Benefit brow products, KA-BROW! comes in a really cool silver packaging, which is unlike any other brow product I have ever seen. It is described by Benefit as an “all-in-one eyebrow cream-gel” that is supposed to fill in the brows, sculpt and define them. It offers rich, buildable colour that claims to be waterproof and last for 24 hours.

As I like my eyebrows to look quite natural, I wasn’t really sure what to expect with this product and whether it would instead leave me with false-looking drawn-on eyebrows. However I am very pleased to report that I was VERY wrong, and that the Benefit KA-BROW! is absolutely perfect if you prefer natural-looking brows like I do.

Although not as quick to apply as the Benefit Gimme Brow, the KA-BROW cream-gel is still very easy to apply. It actually comes with an in-built angled brush which you pull out of the lid, and although it is quite small, I have found this to be perfectly fine for applying the product and I know this will come in very handy when travelling too. The product is perfect if you’ve got sparse brows or brows which lack shape, and allows you to build natural-looking to more dramatic brows depending on what you prefer.

The Benefit KA-BROW! comes in 6 different shades, and I was actually sent shade 4 which is a medium-brown. I would normally go for the lightest shade when it comes to brow products as I’ve got quite fair skin. However somehow, shade 4 seems to work perfectly with my complexion and still allows me to achieve natural-looking brows! I have also found this to be incredibly long-lasting and doesn’t budge or smudge all day.

Available for £18.50

This post contains PR samples.

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