The kit comes with an angled brush to use with the pigmented wax, a blending brush to apply the setting powder and tweezers to pluck out any stray hairs.
There isn't a huge difference. I've just lengthened it a little and tidied it up. Luckily, I don't have really sparse eyebrows so I don't have to spend ages on them. Here's what I do:
1. I use an eyebrow brush in gentle upward, diagonal motions to neaten the hairs;
2. With an eyebrow pencil, I give them shape, then use the pigmented wax to soften the line;
3. I fill in my brows using the setting powder;
4. I use a spool brush to fade the beginning of the brows to prevent them from looking harsh and blocky. This gives a more natural look;
5. Finally, I neaten it all up and give them added definition by applying a little bit of concealer using an angled brush.
I think it's a handy little kit. It's also available in 'Light' which would suit blondes ('Dark' is better suited to brunettes and darker hair shades). The kit retails for £7.99 and can be purchased from www.sleekmakeup.com and Superdrug.
Have you tried the Sleek Brow Kit? How do you do your brows? Please leave a comment below.