Refy Beauty review: I tried the influencer-approved brow kit and I'm sold

The new REFY Beauty brow kit is your one-way ticket to fuller-looking brows

Lucy Abbersteen
(Image credit: Lucy Abbersteen)

REFY Beauty is the new beauty brand taking over Instagram – which isn’t too surprising, seeing as it's focuses on the obsession of the decade, our eyebrows.

Founded by influencers Jess Hunt and Jenna Meek this year, this capsule collection will transform your natural brows into the arches of your dreams. Read our REFY beauty review below for everything you need to know about the products.

A bit about my brow of choice: I like a brushed-up, full looking brow that's on the natural side. You’ll always find a Glossier Boy Brow or similar in my make-up bag. What can I say? I’m a creature of habit. 

All of the products are double-ended with a built-in grooming tool, and although the only information on the actual product casing is the brand name, it’s pretty easy to remember what does what. 

So that you get a proper idea of how well the products work, below is a picture of my brows before I went in with step 1. 

Lucy Abbersteen

Lucy's brows au naturel

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What's in the REFY Beauty brow kit?

REFY's capsule line comprises a brow gel, pomade and pencil, also known as the "3.0 stage process". The brand also offers separate brow tools like tweezers, which are available to shop online.

  • REFY Beauty Brow Sculpt
  • REFY Beauty Brow Pomade
  • REFY Beauty Brow Pencil

Step 1: REFY Beauty Brow Sculpt

A sculpting gel that dries completely clear, with a similar wand applicator to most brow gels. Clearly it's the most popular as it's currently sold out as a stand alone, but you can still snap it up as part of the brow kits. The brand has confirmed on Instagram that Brow Sculpt will be restocking in the new year.

Inside the lid (pull instead of twisting open) you'll also find a brush and comb to help distribute the product evenly – just make sure you comb your brows through before the gel has dried! Applied on its own, the effect is similar to brow lamination, which I'm a big fan of. So far, so good.

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Step 2: REFY Beauty Brow Pomade

There's no need to fish around in your make-up bag for two separate items here, as your pot of pomade is stored at the opposite end to your angled brush. Top marks for space-saving.

The colour payoff of the pomade is great, so you don't need to use a lot of it to fill in any gaps in your brows. A tiny dab in the pot is plenty, in my opinion, and it's always easier to add more than take away.

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Step 3: REFY Beauty Brow Pencil

The last step in the 3.0 regime is a skinny pencil that's perfect for adding hair-like strokes or to define your brows. At the other end of your pencil you'll find a lidded spoolie to brush through your brows when you're finished. And that's that!

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Lucy Abbersteen

After the 3.0 brow process

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The beauty of this collection is that you don’t *have* to use all three products every time. They'll let you create anything from a natural-looking brow to a very defined, filled-in InstaBrow™, depending on your desired look that day.

Safe to say I'm pretty impressed with these results and, at just £40 for three different products, the bundle is very good value (and also way cheaper than treatments like microshading).

This trio has definitely found a new home in my make-up bag.