REVIEW: NEW Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend

Nourish your brows with some 3D definition

I would usually start a blog post about a brow product talking about how big brows are big business, but you know this already otherwise why would you be interested in Eye of Horus’ new Brow Fibre Extend?

This is the first product I’ve tried from Eye of Horus and I have to admit, I’m a new fan!

If you’re a newbie to the Australian brand like me, I’ll give you a quick run down. Eye of Horus is made in Byron Bay and is 100% vegan, cruelty and paraben free. They specialise in eye make-up, and this baby is their new…well, baby.

Benefits of Brow Fibre Extend

Because of the fibres and spoolie brush, Brow Fibre Extend gives your brows a 3D effect and the option to fluff them up as well as fill them in.

This makes it perfect for those who prefer a more natural looking brow as opposed to the 2D effect created with some pencils and powders.

Not only does it fill in gaps, it claims to lengthen and thicken your eyebrows too! Eye of Horus have created a unique botanical blend that includes seaweed (aka kelp, which is renowned for its hair growing properties) and moringa oil, which assists in growth and health.

Plus their 100% vegan formula makes Brow Fibre Extend and their other cosmetics ideal for sensitive skin and eyes. In fact, a sensitivity to eye make-up was what inspired Eye Of Horus Founder Holly Spierings’ initial research. She found answers through the ancient Egyptians who used wax and oil based make-up for beauty and protection. 

How to Use Brow Fibre Extend

Brow Fibre Extend comes in three shades: light, medium and dark. I have bleached blonde hair but dark/cool toned brows, so I chose the medium shade as seemed like a safe bet.

Because the product has a spoolie applicator, the edges can get messy if you use it alone, so I line the edges of my brows first with a pencil or gel, then fill them in and fluff them up with Brow Fibre Extend.

The formula is long lasting and stays all day, but as it’s a newbie I can’t comment on whether it promotes hair growth yet because I’ve not been using it long enough.

However, I really think it’s worth trying; not only is this the first cosmetic I’ve used from Eye of Horus, it’s the first brow fibre product I’ve tried, and it’s definitely set the bar high for others!

Where can I buy it?

Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend is out on 10th July and will be $38. If you love creating full and fluffy brows, give it a go and supporting a local Aussie brand.

You can get 10% off via their website with the code: MYBROWS, but if you’re shopping from overseas you check them out on Beauty Bay after the 10th July.

I can’t wait to play with more of their cosmetics! Have you got any favourites from Eye of Horus?

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