Brow Perfect is a hair removal tool that the manufacturers claim is the ideal and pain-free way to shape your eyebrows. They promise it’s so safe and gentle it won’t even pop a balloon and you can also use Brow Perfect to remove peach fuzz around your face. 

How Brow Perfect Works

Brow Perfect looks somewhat like a black plastic scalpel but they insist it uses no razors; it appears to have tiny teeth that grip and remove hairs. To use Perfect Brow, they instruct you to brush around your eyebrows and the teeth will painlessly yank the unwanted follicles. When you are done, they state it folds up for easy storage.

Brow Perfect Costs

$16.99 ($10 plus $6.99 shipping/handling) for 2 Brow Perfects, 1 Shaping Guide, and a lighted magnification mirror. By default, the box is checked to receive an additional set (2 more Brow Perfects and an additional Shaping Guide) for another $6.99, so unless you un-check it you will receive these items, making the total $23.98.

You have 30 days to try Brow Perfect and if it doesn’t arch your eyebrows as promised, send it back and they’ll return the $10 but keep any and all shipping fees.

Bottom Line: Is Brow Perfect a Cool Tool?

Brow Perfect seems like it might be a good alternative to tweezers, but we couldn’t find any customer reviews or information about who sells it. That doesn’t mean it’s not a good product, but there are a couple things you should be aware of. 

First, if you do order, be sure to un-check the box or you will get 4 Brow Perfects – you only have 2 eyebrows, why would you need 4 of them? And be aware that their Privacy Policy allows them to solicit you through the regular mail, via email, or even call you on the telephone with other products or services. They may also “from time to time” give your information to third parties that may do the same. Therefore, if you do order Brow Perfect, you may want to email them at so you can opt out.

Let us know your experience with Brow Perfect below!