The kit contains three different shades plus a setting wax, a double ended brush and a pair of mini tweezers. The light brown colour above the wax is a good match for me so points are scored straight away! The lightest shade can also be used as an under-brow highlighter. I find the wax a useful addition to this palette as I usually use the HD Brows Brow Beater but this condenses the products I need to carry in my make up bag. I'm not very impressed with the brush, it's fine and it's workable but I actually choose to use the brush out of my HD Brows palette (more on that later). The tweezers are also not the most amazing pair I've ever used (they are quite stiff) but they work and it's handy to have them within the kit.
I do feel however, that any complaints I do have with this palette are slightly irrelevant due to the pricing! I paid a mere £3.50 for this. At that price I was not expecting amazing quality (although the quality is a lot better than you probably would expect!) and if you remember that then this is actually an amazing product and outstanding value for money. The powder is pigmented yet blendable, the wax works really well at setting the hairs in place and the mirror which comes inside the kit is really useful.
As I mentioned I do have the HD brows palette which I got in a Glossybox. Unfortunately the one I received did not contain the right colours for me but I have used it a couple of times mixed with various eye shadows to create a suitable shade - so I am able to give a vague comparison. Visually, I don't really rate the HD Brows kit over MUA - they are both very similar. As I mentioned I do use the brush from the HD brows palette with the MUA palette as it is better than the MUA one but for the price difference (£18.45 for HD Brows, £3.50 for MUA) this is a minor issue and to buy a brush suitable for this I'm sure would not be too expensive. The MUA palette is definitely an amazing and much more affordable dupe.
Overall, another impressive product from MUA - great value for money!