Monday, August 1, 2016

L'Oreal Brow Artist Sculpt - Review

I'm going to be real with you all - I don't have very much "eyebrow" going on naturally. 

I have very light and thin eyebrows naturally so rely on the assistance of some great quality brow products to help the frames of my face out a little.

So when I saw the L'Oreal Brow Artist for the first time I was ecstatic. Not only does it put another great brow product on the market but it is unique in the way that it incorporates two application methods - colour and brush. 

Now let's get into the review on this incredible new product and why it is a must-try for your brows.

What makes this product special is it's unique application method. The brush has a thick cotton-bud-like tip on the end which you can use to fill in your brows with the wet formulation colour.

It then has a brush located just underneath this tip. So the brush is also immersed in the formulation but provides more of a natural and less precise finish. It applies smaller amounts of the brow product but is versatile whereby you can choose the intensity of the look based on how much you apply.

Between the two methods of application, your brows will be looking just the way you want them to with this dual product.

As of yet, this product has not been listed anywhere online in Australia like Priceline so I am not 100% sure on the pricing.

What I do know is that this product is available in two different shades; one for lighter and blonde brows and the other for darker brunette brows. 

Thanks for reading!