Hey internet loves.
Who doesn’t love a nice review in the morning, well that’s what I intend to do in this post and it just so happens that this is a brow related product. Now I have been a fan of this product for so long and it would have been up on the blog by now if it wasn’t for the sheer difficulty in photographing this product. I can’t fully blame it – I mean my photo taking abilities have vastly improved and even now I am learning more and more about taking blog photos. But I am sure all you bloggers out there will have those certain products that just refuse to photograph nicely. Well this is one of them for me!
Just thought to give you guys some background information as to why it took so long to get this particular review up.
Now I’m personally quite fortunate to have low maintenance brows. They’re pretty full for the most part and have shape and require minimal fuss. I wanted to put that out there since any brow related product I talk about on here I can’t definitively say will work for all levels of brow maintenance.
Now onto the actual review I go!
Easy to use?: It’s your typical crayon-like pencil so yes. On the other end it has a firm felt tip applicator.
The felt tip applicator?: For me personally I don’t like to use this on my brows. It’s extremely pigmented and difficult to apply to the brows in a natural way. However it does make a banging eyeliner, especially if you want to wing it out. It’s firm, pigmented and long lasting. Keep in mind that the shade I chose for my brows happens to be a shade I can use for eyeliner. Those of you who chose a very light brown or blonde shade wouldn’t be able to use the felt tip applicator end as eyeliner as it would be the same shade as the brow pencil.
The retractable brow pencil?: There’s nothing particularly unusual about this end, just your standard retractable crayon-like brow pencil. It applies very smoothly, helps me define my brows with minimal mistakes. I love the fact that it’s retractable because who wants to have to constantly sharpen a brow pencil. I use this end every single day on my brows and I really can’t fault it. Keep in mind my brows for the most part are naturally full, so they are very low maintenance.
Is it good at defining the brows?: Yup, easily defines the brows. I apply it via small strokes and brush my brows out using a spooly.
Price: $7.35 AUD very affordable for how great it is!
Availability: The tam beauty site, it ships internationally. I’m sure peeps from the UK will find this brand in store. As I went to check on this product now for some reason they are only selling the blonde shade. But I do recommend the makeup revolution brow products.
Who would love it?: Those of you who like a crayon-like pencil for your brows, drugstore lovers, those who have low maintenance brows.
Who wouldn’t love it?: Those who only prefer powders, possibly can’t find the right shade for your brows, if you don’t like the fact it is dual ended and your particular brow shade renders the felt tip end useless for eyeliners, this may not be to your liking.
Overall thoughts: I can’t really say anything bad about this product. I use it every day without thought, rarely make any mistakes with it. My particular brow shade also allows me to use the felt tip end as an awesome eyeliner. You could honestly purchase this product in the shade darkest and use both ends of the product as eyeliner. I love how for me it’s like having 2 products in one.
Would I repurchase it?: Yes I already have a backup. However they no longer seem to stock my shade so I’ll need to look for something else from now on.
That’s it for the review guys, tell me about any brow products you are a fan of in the comments below. I hope you guys all have such a wonderful day and I’ll see you guys in the next post.