Full, natural-looking brows made easy. This oil-based, liquid pomade has a buttery texture for super-chic, feathery brows. The perfectly petite mini spoolie brush grooms and tames. Brows look unbelievably shiny and healthy.
Brand New Brow Butter coming soon!
Use the Clear shade to nourish and style brows without adding density. Use the Medium Brown shade to sculpt and shape fuller looking brows--the sheer tint is highly adaptable and can work on any brow from blonde to brunette.
Cacao seed butter.
Hydrogenated vegetable oil.
Dipentaerythrityl Hexahydroxystearate / hexastearate / hexarosinate.
VP / Eicosene Copolymer.
Clover Flower Extract.
Butylene Glycol*plant derived.
- Best in class
- Shines and volumizes eyebrows
- Nourishing gel never feeels crunchy
- Precision mini brush
- How to use
- Apply through the brows in an upward motion following the growth of your brow.
- If your brows need more filling in or you like a super precise shape, start with a pencil then apply Brow Butter with soft strokes on top.
- Doing better
We're looking for alternatives for our brow brush that aren't plastic but we haven't found any brush on the market that's not made of some kind of plastic (even the bristles are usually plastic-based). It's something we're hoping to develop ourselves in the future.
Get to know the benefits of brow butter.
- Cacao Seed Butter
The fat obtained from the seeds of the cacao seed used as an emollient and skin conditioning agent. We use raw cacao seeds from The Ivory Coast and Ghana, which are then processed in the Netherlands.
A naturally derived moisturizer. It contains vitamins A, D and E and powerful antioxidants and fatty acids like Omega 6 & 9. We source ours from non-GMO, responsibly sourced, jojoba plants grown in Arizona.
- Candelilla Wax
This is a natural wax that comes from the Candelilla shrub which is a succulent. It is rich in nutrients while acting as an emollient and a skin-protective barrier agent to prevent moisture loss in brows.
What to watch out for in your brow butter.
- Butylene Glycol
It is a derivative of petroleum and used as a preservative, solvent and humectant. Side effects could be depression, drowsiness, skin irritation, dermatitis and hives. Butylene Glycol typically destroy the substances that protects your skin’s health over then long term. Although it may feel good because it is light and doesn't make your skin feel greasy, it leads to increase of acne causing bacteria and makes inflammation worse.
Polybutene is a light colored, nondrying, sticky liquid that can be derived from petroleum. It's normally used as a binder, thickener and lubricant in makeup. Polybutene is a human irritant for anything used around the eyes or on your skin. Weird fact— polybutene is commonly used as an airplane adhesive. Yikes!
Typically they are used because they extend the shelf life of products. However Parabens are a group of preservatives that prevent the growth of bad bacteria and mold in your beauty products. They mimic estrogen in the human body, and are linked to reproductive organ harm, thyroid disruption, hormone-related cancers, and obesity.
Plays nicely with
The Saie Look
We will forever love the cool girl on the street, on the subway, in the elevator who possesses that je ne sais quoi attitude. You know the one. She’s at once timeless and current, she pulls off an aesthetic that looks complete but was no doubt thrown together in five minutes.
- Cruelty free
- Endocrine Disrupters
- Environmental stressors
- Fragrance free
- Paraben free
- Reproductive stressers
- Safe synthetics