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Urban Decay Brow Box

What it is: Everything you need for amazing brows packed into a convenient, palm-size kit. What it does: This tool kit has everything you need for amazing brows in one palm-size kit: two shades of brow color, perfecting/setting wax, high-quality metal mini tweezers that really work, two mini angled brushes, and two mirrors (one of them magnifies so you won’t miss a single stray). The double-layer mini compact features a top tier that holds the powders and wax and a bottom tier that holds all the tools. This set contains:- 2 x 0.04 oz Brow powder- 0.05 oz Brow wax- Mini tweezers- 2 x Angled mini brush- 2 x Mirror What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know: Don’t be fooled by its small size Brow Box is deluxe. The ultrafine, silky powders create defined, natural-looking brows, and the soft, pliable perfecting/setting wax (infused with nourishing aloe, beeswax, and coconut) provides the perfect amount of grip without being sticky. Brow Box even includes two brushes (one for the wax and the other for the eyebrow powders).
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Questions & Answers for Urban Decay Brow Box

Question
How do you use the wax in the brow box?
I bought the brow box and don't know how to use the was.
asked 5 years, 2 months ago
vharris
(Atascadero, CA)
on Brow Box
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
I use a mini mascara wand to apply the wax, although the brush works well too.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
susanj
(Circleville, Ohio)
answer 2
You use the wax sort of like a gel for your brows. It's just like hairspray for your hair, all it does is help your brows hold their shape. Like, I have curly eyebrows (haha), so I use the wax a lot to make my eybrows lay flat.
answered 4 years ago
crookie
answer 3
First, you apply the powder to fill in your brows with either the brush it comes with, or a separate brush. Then, you gently slide the brush over the wax, and lightly apply the wax to your brows to shape them and hold the color.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
samvicious
(Orange, CA)
answer 4
Just brush the color or color mix you want, then "swish" back and forth in the wax, and then go back to pick up more color if you like, then use the sharp tip of the brush to make strokes that resemble hairs onto your brows. The wax holds the natural brow hair in place and helps to keep the color from the brow box in place as well.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
cloverscgal
(Clover, SC)
answer 5
You can use the wax as a sealer over the powder after you have applied the powder to your brows. Or you can use the wax alone. The wax alone will darken your own brows slightly and keep the brow hairs in place and give you a nice, clean look
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
tpowell
(gilbert, az)
answer 6
Use the wax after you put the powder on in order to help smooth the hairs down and move everything into place. You can also use it on areas where you have very little hair and want to apply the powder because it helps the powder stay in place. Simply use the brush included in the kit and brush a small amount of wax over your eyebrow. It will move the hairs with the flow of the brush and keep them in place.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
miclaire
(Santa Barbara, CA)
answer 7
I put the wax on first to shape my eyebrows n then I add the color. I either just use the lighter color alone or blend both colors together, depending on what my plans are.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
Lovestruck318
answer 8
I run my finger over it, then smooth over my brows. Holds them in place & locks in the color as well.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
firebird96
(Warner Robins, GA)
answer 9
I use the brush to lightly dab the wax and sculpt my brows before I put on the shadow, it helps keep the pigment stay and also it helps me guide myself on where the pigment is suppose to be. hope this helps!
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
Kisa
(Newport, CA)
answer 10
I apply it with my fingertip and then use the brush to apply the powder over it. I may be doing it wrong, but it always looks great!
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
Lyadonna
(Joplin, MO)
answer 11
The wax can be applied before or after the powder. You will have to try both ways to see which works best for your brows. I recommend using separate brushes for the wax and powder.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
flgirl49
(Suwanee, GA)
Question
Is the brush meant to be used on both colors and the wax?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
upstart
(Columbus Ohio)
on Brow Box
11 answers
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answer 1
I actually wouldn't use the brush for either. It's a little bit too stiff and it is so small that it's hard to get control on it. I would just use your own angled brush.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
kelly516
(Fort Collins, CO)
answer 2
yes. I use the brush to mold my brows to begin with then I use it to fill in my brows.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
mwilliams70
(glendale, ca)
answer 3
I use the brush just for the powder and my finger tips for the wax.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
sweetiep15
(Philadelphia, PA)
answer 4
I use it on both color and wax - I always have used it that way.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
katmichelle
(Redmond WA)
answer 5
I just use the brush for the wax...if you multitask with the brush, the coloured powders will get stuck in clumps on the brush and the overall finish won't be as natural as if you use separate brushes.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
michelle92
(Montreal, QC)
answer 6
Is the one bresh used for both color's and the wax????
answered 4 years ago
koolgrammy
(prestonsburg, ky)
answer 7
I think so. I use it on both.
answered 4 years ago
crookie
answer 8
I recommend using a separate brush for the powder and the brush inside the box for the wax. I'm certain you can use the one it comes with for both, but if you prefer more control over the powder, use a brush with a longer handle. Also, you'll keep your wax cleaner!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
samvicious
(Orange, CA)
answer 9
Yes! I dip in the colors, then into the wax and then back into the color until I get the consistency I like and then use the very sharp brush to make strokes. The wax turns the color of the brow colors, but "so what". It's not like we don't want them to mix together. To me the wax actually adds to the mixability of the two colors.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
cloverscgal
(Clover, SC)
answer 10
Yes, I believe it is. I mix the two colors on the brush and then apply it to my brow. I follow up with the wax. The remaining wax on the brush left over from my prior use seems to make the powder go on better. I do wash the brush when it get to loaded down with product.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
tpowell
(gilbert, az)
answer 11
Yes, the brush is meant for both...actually you can do a mix of things, whatever works best for you...either mix a bit of powder with the wax and apply or apply the powder, then wax over for hold or just powder...really whatever works best but the brush will do it all. It is tiny though, which is really no real hindrance but I like to use a slightly larger angle brush unless I'm on the go.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
kittenbites
(Mountlake Terrace, WA)
Question
wax
is the wax supposed to go on after the powder, or before?
asked 6 years, 1 month ago
kittenkatash
on Brow Box
10 answers
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answer 1
The wax is for after the powder. It would be harder to apply the powder after the wax. The wax is like hairspray so it would be more practical to apply the powder first. Hope this helped.
answered 6 months ago
JewelsYoung
answer 2
It's should go on after. However, you can put it on before as well.
answered 11 months ago
applesandjeans
(Urbana, IL)
answer 3
Definitely after! It is to set your brows in place.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
amynohio
(Springboro, OH)
answer 4
Before, after, whenever! I mix, mix and blend it all together.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
cloverscgal
(Clover, SC)
answer 5
After. However, you can rub the brush in the wax and then dip it in the powder before applying.( The powder will go on darker) Then you can apply additional wax on top if you think you need it.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
tpowell
(gilbert, az)
answer 6
The wax goes on after. It's intended to keep the finished brow in shape once you're done. If you wish to use the included brush for both the powder and the wax, washing the brush after each use is 100% necessary or else the brush will clog and no longer apply the powder as it should.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
xoxojessiebear
answer 7
I know that online it says to put the wax on after the powder to set the arches of ur eyebrows but I actually put the wax on first I feel it just makes more sense that way.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
Lovestruck318
answer 8
technically you can use it for both but I prefer to use it before. that way the bush doesn't get stained too much with the shadow powder.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
Kisa
(Newport, CA)
answer 9
I am just as clueless as you are about how to "appropriately" use this product, but what I have found works best for me is to swipe some wax on my brows with my fingertip and then apply the color. That way the powder sticks to my brows and I can clearly see where I need to apply. Right or wrong, if it works for me then I'm sticking with it ;)
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
Lyadonna
(Joplin, MO)
answer 10
I have long somewhat unruly brows so I like to use a brow brush to get them in shape and then put the wax on just after. Then, I look to see where I might have gaps from over tweezing or just need to make one side look more like the other and then apply the powder.
I have done it the other way around, but find that putting the wax on after makes the color a bit darker and more intense. Not saying it's bad, necessarily, but I would try the latter way once at home before taking it outside.
answered 6 years ago
ef29
(Philadelphia, PA)
Question
Urban Decay Brow Box
Hi, i would like to buy the UD Brow Box online. What color do you think fit me best? FYI, I'm Asian with brunette hair and yellow-pinkish skin tones. Thanks..
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asked 5 years, 8 months ago
Anonymous
on Brow Box
8 answers
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answer 1
The darker set. Unless your brown hair is on the light side, as is mine (brown with honey highlights), in which case I would go for the blonde set.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
amynohio
(Springboro, OH)
answer 2
I'd go with the darker one b/c one of the Sephora associates at the store told me the honey color was more for blondes. The darker one comes with a lighter shade so you can mix the two colors together to customize your perfect shade - that's what I do and I have dark brown hair and same color brows.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
stina168
(Dallas, TX)
answer 3
I would think brown sugar would be the right match for you.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
tpowell
(gilbert, az)
answer 4
My skin tone if very yellow and I have naturally very dark hair (although I'm native american and german). Brown Sugar works best for me. It's blendable so you can achieve the color that works best for you. This is a definite must have for brows. It looks so natural and is easy to apply.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
xoxojessiebear
answer 5
The colors seem to vary slightly from the online pictures. At least that was my experience. The lighter kit ran a bit dark for me. I would suggest you go to your local sephora and look at them in person to get the best bet.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
balletbrit
(San Diego)
answer 6
I'm Asian too, so you can trust my answer lol. your physical description sounds pretty similar to mine and I use the case assigned for "brunettes" It is the darkest shade they offer, so it's at the very bottom of the list when you open up the web page for this product. hope you enjoy the brow results!
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
Kisa
(Newport, CA)
answer 7
i use the Brown Betty myself. i have caramel-coloured skin with a handful of freckles and my hair is naturally red. i've found that the browns look more natural when my hair is my natural red as well as dyed burgundy or black.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
valentine
(Mechanicsburg, PA)
answer 8
The Beige Betty is a nice dark brown and the Brown Sugar is almost black. I have medium brown hair with hilites and I use the blonde color. It just depends how dramatic a look you are going for. You will love this kit!
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
cindyb828
(Florida)
Question
Comparison to Smashbox
I was wondering how this compares to Smashbox's Brow Tech in wearability and size. I have never used UD brow products before and this seems to be a good value. Also, are the brush and tweezers quality tools? Thanks so much for any help.
asked 4 years, 6 months ago
ladykamille
(Cookeville,TN)
on Brow Box
7 answers
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answer 1
I honestly don't like the brush in this kit at all. It's too small for me to use, and the bristles don't have enough "give" to them.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
kelly516
(Fort Collins, CO)
answer 2
I like it better than Smashbox - which I had been using for YEARS !! I would always run out of wax before the color would run out - we will see how this holds up in comparison.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
katmichelle
(Redmond WA)
answer 3
For me, the tweezers and brush are too small for everyday use, but that's just my personal preference. You could use them (there's nothing wrong with them) if you don't mind the small size.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
stina168
(Dallas, TX)
answer 4
I love this product, however I can't compare it to the one you've used before. I will definately purchase this again. The tiny tools work great but the tweezers are almost too little for me to grip so I use my full sized ones for that job. The quality of both tools in this kit are very good and the brush works perfectly for applying the colors.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
susanj
(Circleville, Ohio)
answer 5
I haven't used this product yet but am considering it !!!!!
answered 4 years ago
koolgrammy
(prestonsburg, ky)
answer 6
Well, I like Smashbox, but I have only used a couple of their products. I really love the Urban Decay brow box. I think it is a good value. The brush and tweezers are good quality. The brush is really soft. I just wish the brush was maybe a little stiffer, but I still think it's great quality and I would definitely recommend it. :-)
answered 4 years ago
crookie
answer 7
I use brush to apply the wax and a regular size brow brush to apply the powder (just because it covers a larger area), the tweezer works well.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
mines
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
How does this compare to Benefit's kit?
asked 5 years, 1 month ago
ashkissee
(Modesto, ca)
on Brow Box
5 answers
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answer 1
I've tried both and they're really about the same , If they made me choose, I'd pick the UD one just because the case is cute hahaha!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
cynthetiq
(Barstow, CA)
answer 2
Heads and shoulders above Benefit's kit. UD's colors last me all day long and looks much more natural. The last time I used the Benefit kit, it disappeared almost immediately.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
cloverscgal
(Clover, SC)
answer 3
The Urban Decay model is about the same size, but only has one application brush, where Benefit's case has two (one brush that is two-sided). The tweezer set in the Benefit box is of better quality - the quality of the UB set is made of those very sharp-on-the-end tweezers that snip hair off or cut/pinch at you instead of working. It is very easy to use the Benefit mini-tweezers, and you can do a quick check and find the strays quickly and discreetly while you are out, socially. What I DO like about the UD brow kit is that they offer two shades of powder, which makes it far easier to accomplish a softer/more realistic brow. I purchased the medium brown of Benefit's line, having nearly black eyebrows, and when I apply the powder, and then the PIGMENTED wax, my brows look dark and almost harsh. Urban Decay manages to allow you a more subtle, real, clean look - just make sure you take care of your stray hairs in a separate grooming session.

If you've never used a brow grooming kit before, I would go for the UD model, because it makes it easier to find your correct shade through experimenting. Benefit's box can be slightly less expensive, and the box is easier to use and less bulky (and the tweezer works better), but if you end up with cartoonish eyebrows, what does it matter what the case looks like?
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
sweetiesteph
(Baltimore, MD)
answer 4
I used the benefit kit once I borrowed it from my sister n it was alright. I like the urban decay kit better cause it doesn't feel as cackey. I like the fact that the wax on the urban decay kit is clear its easier to shape out ur eyebrows without worrying about going outside the lines. it makes adding the color easier.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
Lovestruck318
answer 5
Benefit's kit has one pigmented wax, one pigmented powder, tweezers, and a brush. UD's has two powders, a clear wax, tweezers, and a brush. With UD's kit you have more color options. You can mix the two powders to create the perfect shade for you. Benefit only has three colors available and you only get one color per kit.
answered 5 years ago
paramour85
(Dryden, VA)
Question
How does UD brow box compare to Anastasia brow kit??
asked 3 years, 10 months ago
alix11
(OH)
on Brow Box
5 answers
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answer 1
I'm a HUGE ABH fan, but this box was a GREAT package. I still use ABH Brow Wiz Pencil, but other than that, I'm making the full switch to the Brow Box. It's bulky, so maybe not the ideal travel brow since ABH is flatter and more compact but I LOVE this way better !
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
happymemommyof3
(San Diego,CA)
answer 2
anastacia brows is good but gthis one is way better I would recommend this one
I just found anastacia is too dark
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
erikaarrv
(los angeles ca)
answer 3
Well, I just tried the UD brow box and hated it and then went to Sephora at JCPenneys to get the Anastasia brow pen in Universal Light because I have brown eyes and colored my hair platinum blonde. The first time I used the brow pen it worked well because I over tweeze all the time lol so I thought this would work. The next few times the Anastasia brow pen didn't work for sparse brows which I couldn't believe I spent over 22.00 for that. I don't know about her kits but she has really good reviews on them. Right now I am using Lancome Maccachino eyeshadow as a brow powder with Sephora's angle brush which makes a taupe look and natural finish! I hope that helps. You can read my UD review on the brow box on here....
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
cryofraven
(DeQuincy, LA)
answer 4
Urban Decay is a much better color match than Anastasia
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
sunflowr
answer 5
I like it better than Smashbox - which I had been using for YEARS !! I would always run out of wax before the color would run out - we will see how this holds up in comparison.
I have used Anastasia products once before - and to be honest I'm not that big a fan of the mass marketed Anastasia brow line in the retail arena.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
katmichelle
(Redmond WA)
Question
Is the Urban Decay Brow Box still available in Beige Betty?
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
imicaelac
on Brow Box
5 answers
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answer 1
No, it's not but "brown sugar" is quite similar. if you have dark brown or black hair, definately try it out.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
celjaneamparado
(Calgary, Alberta)
answer 2
I will check my local Sephora as well as the link provided. Thank you so much for your help; it is much appreciated.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
imicaelac
(Detroit, MI)
answer 3
No, Sephora only provides "Honey Pot" which is for blondes and "Brown Sugar" which is for Brunettes.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
bink0110
(Miami, FL)
answer 4
check allcosmeticswholesale.com. (not affiliated, but it's there)
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
renegawlt
(Hollywood, CA)
answer 5
It's unlikely that we'll be receiving the shade in Beige Betty since it's no longer available online. We recommend contacting your local Sephora to see if they still have it in stock and continue to check back with us for updates. Please visit our store locator on Sephora.com for contact information. Thanks!
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
Honey Pot for Brunettes
Is the Honey Pot color suitable for brunettes too? My hair is somewhere between a dark blonde and brunette, and I am wondering if the Honey Pot will be dark enough because I'm not a classic blonde.
asked 11 months ago
allchicnoshit
(Chicago, IL)
on Brow Box
5 answers
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answer 1
It will probably be good for you because I have very dark brown/black hair and I found that the brown sugar was way too dark for me.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
princessvics
(Diamond Bar, CA)
answer 2
I have naturally brown hair that I highlight blonde. I went with the "blonde" shades and they are still pretty dark. They work well for light/medium brown hair.
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Hanita816
(Washington, DC)
answer 3
I'm a brunette and when I went in I tested it and it looks very natural! If you're able to go into the store to try it out, but otherwise it should look great! Hopefully this helped haha.
answered 6 months ago
JewelsYoung
answer 4
My hair is the same color! I use Honey Pot, but usually end up using the darker color more than the lighter.
answered 11 months ago
applesandjeans
(Urbana, IL)
answer 5
Honey pot is also suitable for light brunettes as natural blondes usually have eyebrows darker than their hair, more on the light brown side.
answered 11 months ago
npf92
(Boston, MA)
Question
Will this work on black brows?
Will this product look natural on me if my brows are black?
asked 9 months ago
Anonymous
(Diamond Bar, CA)
on Brow Box
5 answers
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answer 1
Not at all. My brows are almost black, and the darkest in Brown Sugar was not only too light, but completely noticeably so.
answered 1 month, 1 week ago
vinestrike
(NY NY)
answer 2
I think the product looks natural with very dark brown almost black brows.
answered 7 months ago
GDubDub
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 3
Yes, the color will look natural on you if your eyebrows are black. Mine are black and it works great. I wouldn't recommend using the lighter color though, that won't look natural.
answered 8 months ago
whit893
(Sacramento, CA)
answer 4
Nope! It is way too brown. I have dark brows and unfortunately can only use the wax and use a different brow powder :( ive attached a picture, my brows are in need of a cleaning and whatnot but you can see how brown this product is! this is the darkest shade they offer.
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answered 9 months ago
NinaEman
answer 5
No, the dark brown is probably too light and too warm for black.
answered 9 months ago
Handerson2206
(Hilliard, OH)
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