Once I decided to visit a makeup store to buy an illuminating face primer from Bobbi Brown but it was temporarily out of stock. I had to join the wait list with 10 more people ahead of me. At the same time, the price tag of that primer was too hefty.
Well, that’s why I bought some other products for testing.
I bought some gorgeous eyeshadows (I’ll also review them later) and the hero of my today’s review - Natural Brow Shaper & Hair Touch Up:
Shade - Rich Brown
Price - $28
A cream-gel formula defines and fills in brows. Instantly makes brows appear groomed and well-defined with this brown shaper and hair touch up formula. Simply comb through brows and shape them as desired.
The packaging is standard and sleek. It really looks like a small mascara tube.
And this is how the brush looks like, which is to apply the product with over our brows.
As you’ve already noticed I opted for the brown shade of the product. Actually, the color was the main reason why I grabbed this product. I instantly fell for it. On my eyebrows it looks like a saturated brown color. So, for a better understanding, I’ll show you my brows BEFORE:
This is what my brows are when they aren’t dyed (I visit a salon once every two weeks) with some leftovers of permanent makeup.
I intentionally took this shot before doing a correction.
Here’s one eyebrow is made up and another is nude.
The total look of my brows.
As you can see, the gel looks really natural over my eyebrows and I have to say that it’s impossible to overdo it.
One dip of the brush into the tube is enough for my both brows. I also like the way it keeps my brows in check. I can be sure that they’ll be beautifully shaped the whole day.
The product is also easy to wash off. Even regular water will remove it nicely.
I appreciate the natural looking finish about this product most of all, which is so difficult to obtain when I fill in my eyebrows with an eyebrow powder.
The color doesn’t even seem to have a hint of red pigment to it.
All in all, I’m pleased with this product.
I won’t take off a star for the price tag. Even though some people might take it as a treat. Whatever. After all, we all have our own limits, right?