For those who find it difficult to draw natural-looking brows, Maybelline’s Tattoo Brow Ink Pen (HK$99) is a saviour. Its micro-fork tip creates realistic hair strokes that can last for up to two days. Despite the longevity of its formula, the colour is not too harsh, so even beginners can give this a try.

Fix thinning brows with Benefit’s latest product, Gimme Brow+ Volumising Eyebrow Gel (HK$230). Tiny microfibres in the formula cling to your brows, making them look fuller. The gel also helps tame unruly hair and hold it in place. If your brows are particularly sparse, however, you may need to fill them in with a powder or pencil.

Brow Master Sculpting Pencil (HK$220) comes in four shades – honey, cocoa, coffee and chestnut. It is a multi-tasker that does everything from filling in bald patches and defining the shape to elongating the tail. To make it last, however, we recommend using a clear brow gel afterwards.

Shu Uemura’s Brow Unlimited (HK$240) can double as a mascara and comes in unconventional colours such as “mystic green”, “crashed orange” and “sky-high blue”. The colours are not strongly pigmented, so it is a good way of adding some fun to your make-up without going over the top.