I am cursing my 90’s self for over plucking my brows. So many beautiful full brows out there – makes me so very jealous. Luckily there are products that can help me fake it!
L’Oreal Colour Riche Le Brow
According to L’Oreal:
- Precise application, undetectable natural colour.
- Comb the brows to help blend. Soft and flexible brush.
According to me:
I love having the pencil and brush in one product – less to carrying around in my makeup bag. This is a really nice pencil, good colour and goes on smooth. It isn’t necessary the best brow pencil on the market – however for the price point it’s a pretty darn good one to have in your collection.
Maybelline Eyestudio Brow Drama
According to Maybelline
Bold and sculpted? How’s that for brow drama? Maybelline’s first brow mascara defines arches with the first-ever Sculpting Ball Brush. A coloured gel tints brows and provides an even, natural, comfortable hold. No clumping. No flaking.
According to me
Love this product. Great colour, goes on nice and really doesn’t clump. Took me a bit to get used to wand – and sometimes I do need to tidy it up with a Q-Tip. If the round top of the wand is bothersome you can always cut it off.
Up until picking the Maybelline product up I had been using Benefit Gimme Brow– which I love. However trying to be fiscally conservative these days – Brow Drama is just as good for a much lower price point.
No brow product at all (hello 90’s)
Just with the Colour Riche
With the Brow Drama added on