1) Benefit Speed Brow / Sephora- This tinted gel, applied with a mascara wand, can give your brows a lift in the blink of an eye. Brush upward and outward to set your brows in place, and the subtle tint will add a hint of color. This is great in addition to filling, or can be done alone if you have fuller brows (or are in a rush and just need a pick me up). 2) Rapidlash / Ulta - Many people already use serums for their eyelashes, but did you know you can use this on your brows, too? If you're a victim of over-plucking (thanks, the 90s) or have naturally sparse brows, the regular application of this serum can help them fill in over time. 3) Smashbox brow-tech / Nordstrom - This three part palette comes with two shades of powder (light for filling, dark for defining) and a wax to set the hairs in place. I like to use this in conjunction with primer and a pencil (as demonstrated in my tutorial), but it's also great on its own. 4) Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz / Sephora - Anastasia is the queen of brow products, so if you're ever in doubt, stop by this section and start experimenting. I'm a huge fan of their Brow Wiz pencil, which is perfectly precise and has a built in spoolie for grooming and blending. No sharpener necessary, and it comes in a wide variety of colors. 5) Sonia Kashuk angled brush / Target - The bristles of this brush are stiff and coarse, which makes it perfect for brows (but don't put this on your delicate eyelids). I have brushes of all different prices, but this one is forever my favorite. 6) Too Faced Brow Envy Shaping and Defining Kit / Sephora - A one stop shop for brow shaping and defining, this kit comes with everything: powders, wax, pencil, highlighter, tweezers, brushes, and even stencils to find your perfect shape.