All New Tweezerman Eyebrow Brushes

Psst…we’ve launched our Tweezerman brow brushes, have your heard?


Whether your dream brow shape is perfectly defined and arched or a fluffy thick brow, we’ve innovated a range of Tweezerman Brow Brushes to achieve your best brow shape. Behind every great brow is a great brush, right? 


We’ve put together a guide to our All New Tweezerman Brow Brushes to easily find the eyebrow brush that’s right for you.

 

[For individual hair strokes]


Angled Brow Brush & Spoolie


Pro Tip: Use the angled brush to draw on individual hair strokes then blend and buff out the pigment with the spoolie.

 

The Angled Brow Brush & Spoolie can be used with pomades or powder to add density to the brows. Precisely angled to shape and define brows, this dual-ended brush is perfectly sized for enhancing narrow brow shapes leaving a perfectly natural, feathered look. The brushes precision angled bristles mean this brush can double up as an eyeliner brush. 


Use the Angled end to draw on thin, hair-like strokes to fill in sparse areas of the brows. The Spoolie end is precisely sized to brush through the brows, setting them in place or blending in product for a soft-focus look. 


To clean the brush, use antibacterial soap and warm water and rinse until the water runs clear. Lay the brush flat to air dry. 

 


[For a full-feathered look]

 

Flat Brow Brush & Spoolie


Pro Tip: Use the flat brow brush for full and dense eyebrows to precisely define eyebrows for an effortless, full-feathered look.


Created with full and dense eyebrows in mind, the flat square shape design of this brow brush is perfect for an effortlessly full, bolder brow shape. The dual-ended brush features ultra-fine, straight, flat bristles on one end, best used on wider brow shapes. 


Use the brow brush to neatly apply pomade or powder in an upward motion through the length of the brow. The thin bristles are perfect for drawing single hairs then brushing through to blend with the Spoolie end. This brush can also be used for eyeliner. 


To clean the brush, use antibacterial soap and warm water and rinse until the water runs clear. Lay the brush flat to air dry.

 


[For feathery, individual brow hairs]


Shaping Brow Brush


Pro Tip: Use the Shaping Brush to brush up and feather individual brow hairs or to apply a highlighter to the brow bone!


The rounded shape of this brush has been specially designed for naturally dense brows, packed with ultra-fine bristles that help groom the brow into a natural shape. 


Brush through the brows with a pomade or powder to fill in any sparse areas. This brush can also be used to add brow gel to finish off brows or enhancing serums or oils. Its dense bristles mean the brush can be used to pat highlighter or concealer under the brow bone to define the brows further or in the corners of the eyes. 


To clean the brush, use antibacterial soap and warm water and rinse until the water runs clear. Lay the brush flat to air dry.

 


[For blending lashes and brushing brows]


Brow & Lash Brush


Pro Tip: Brush through false lashes after application to seamlessly blend them with your own lashes for a more natural result.


This multi-functional spiral brush is densely packed with precision bristles to help brush through both brows and lashes, keeping them preened and in place without the need for with or without the use of brow gel. For lashes, use after mascara to separate any clumps. 


Brush through false lashes after application to seamlessly blend them in with your own lashes for a more natural result. 


To clean the brush, use antibacterial soap and warm water and rinse until the water runs clear. Lay the brush flat to air dry. 

 


Frequently Asked Brow Shaping Questions


Why should I use a brow brush?


Eyebrow brushes are used to define the shape of your eyebrows, whether you choose to have them shaped by a professional or leave them to grow naturally. The dual-sided brushes come with a spoolie to comb brows out and a brush to apply pomades or powder, for a fuller brow or to create individual hair strokes.


Why do people brush their eyebrows?


Brushing your eyebrows out with a spoolie gives brows a new shape and can open up the eye, making your overall daily look much brighter and can make a big difference for those with thinner brows.


Should I brush my eyebrows up or down?


If you’re trying to achieve a thicker, fluffier brow, brushing your brow hairs up and out gives the illusion of a much thicker brow. However, individual hairs can tend to be longer than others and give a more untamed appearance. It’s easy to trim eyebrow hair with brow shaping scissors to complete your brow look.


Is eyebrow shaping important and do I need to do it?


You don’t have to shape your eyebrows! However, by doing so, it can really level up a makeup look, brighten your eyes and give extra radiance when a little highlighter is applied to the brow bone too. It’s all down to preference.


I’m a beginner, where do I start with shaping my brows?


Firstly, you can check out the videos of Mary Phillips using the Tweezerman Eyebrow Brushes to achieve different results. However, it’s all down to deciding what type of brow you’d like and combining your brow brush with pomades or powder, to add individual hairs for filling your brow and creating your perfect shape.

 

Not quite what you’re looking for? Browse our full range of brow tools.

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