I have only ever had my eyebrows dyed once before and that was done in a salon for my wedding. Next week I have my dad's wedding to attend and so want to look my best. Instead of going back to a salon I thought I would give dying my own eyebrows a go as to be honest it did look pretty easy to do, although with the results being shown on my face I was pretty nervous.
In my local Tesco's there were only 2 eyebrow dyes available, one was black from a different brand and this brown Eylure Pro Brow Dybrow. Because I am new to dying my eyebrows I played it safe and went for this brown Dybrow which cost £5.75 which I thought was a bit expensive but it was the same price as the black dye on sale.
Opening the packet I immediately read the instructions as I really didn't want to get this wrong. The instructions at first look massive but that is only because they are written out in a million different languages. To dye your eyebrows with this Eylure dye it is actually quite straight forward. You get a tube and a little bottle of activating liquid. You pierce open the tube and squeeze out 2cm of the cream dye, then add 5 drops of the activating solution. Mix them together really well with the tiny white stick provided and then apply with the little mascara applicator. Leave the dye on only for 1 to 2 minutes and then wipe off. I love this dye and it has given me the confidence to but the black version next time.
Eylure lasts up to 6 weeks and there is enough in each pack for up to 12 applications so I would say it is definately worth the money.
Eylure, the Number 1 Eyelash Brand in the UK, has created a number of stunning ranges within their Eylure collection / '