Whether your brows are thin, thick or natural, one grooming tool doesn't fit all. Read on to find the best eyebrow brushes for you.
Brow Sculpter Brush, $25 at Net-a-Porter
This brush is not only ergonomically shaped to better brush your brows, it also boasts a unique foldaway design so you can stash it in your bag for quick touch-ups. The soft yet firm flat-edged bristles are ideal for applying pomade and will help sculpt even the peskiest brow hairs.
Eyelash & Brow Wand, $1 at E.L.F. Cosmetics
This eyebrow brush pulls double duty since it can tame your brows and define your lashes. The spoolie helps up your contouring game by creating coiffed, shaped brows. Use with your fave powder product to groom pitch-perfect arches.
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Brow Wiz, $21 at Sephora
This spoolie comes with a flip side featuring the covetable Brow Wiz retractable pencil. The ultra-fine tip is a prime spot filler for sparse brows. The sturdy yet soft spoolie is the perfect partner since it allows you to blend the color easily, providing a flawless finish.
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Micro Brow Pencil, $9.99 at Ulta
Don’t want to shell out over $20 for the Anastasia Beverly Hills combo? This far less expensive version is a pretty convincing dupe with its precise pencil and easy-to-blend spoolie. A dual-ended brow product for under $10? Yes, please.
266 Small Angle Brush, $20 at MAC Cosmetics
Cover all the angles with this angled eyebrow brush. It’s got carefully arranged fibers that form a pretty precise angle. Fill in your brows with laser-like precision using powder, cream or colored gel.
J5549HBkSL Eyebrow Brush Angled, $22 at Hakuhodo
For full brows, bigger is better. This brush’s super wide shape gives a natural finish to brows and is great for smudging color between the arch and the inner end of brows. Plus, since the brush’s natural hair hasn’t been dyed, it’ll keep its original color.
Core Tools Eyebrow Comb/Brush - No 126, $2.99 at Target
If your brows are naturally on the thicker side, this two-in-one tool needs a spot in your beauty arsenal. Use one end to comb hairs for trimming and tweezing. After you tidy things up, brush your hairs into shape with the other end.
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Duo Brush #12, $18 at Anastasia Beverly Hills
Got gaps that could rival the Grand Canyon? Fill them in with this tool. The angled flat brush end grabs and deposits product smoothly and evenly, while the custom spoolie will have you blending like a pro. Its densely packed synthetic bristles create seamless, hair-like strokes to cover those gaps in no time.
Eyebrow Reshaper Brush, $27.50 at Sephora
Designed to be used with the brand’s Sourcils Gel, the reshaper actually works great on its own. For those of us who like to go product-free, a quick brushing session with the spiral tip to kickoff the day is all you really need. Switch to the precision tip when you want to add a little color or bulk.
Etch & Sketch Double Ended Bamboo Liner Brush, $15 at Sephora
When things are looking pretty sparse and you need to fill in your brows, an eyeliner brush can be a great substitute. Try Tarte’s double-ended brush with an ergonomic, angled tip that contours like a breeze. The brush is crafted from sustainably-sourced bamboo for a polished finish.
Whether you rely on a professional to groom your eyebrows or consider yourself a pro when it comes to at-home plucking, there are certain tools you should have in your brow kit. They include tweezers, an eyebrow comb and a bevy of brushes designed to maintain your arches. That’s right, eyebrows aren’t one brush fits all — you actually need different ones for adding color, putting on powders or just general maintenance. It also depends on what eyebrow look you’re going for: thicker, thinner or natural. From sculpting eyebrow brushes ideal for pomades to spoolies perfect for blending and even an eyeliner brush begging to be used to fill in sparse hairs, we’ve got you and your brows covered.