The Weekend Brow Shaper

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It’s Sunday! Weekends (especially if you’re lucky to have proper spring and summer months) are for quickly getting ready and going out in the sun. Here, in Norway, if we see the sun, we immediately try to go out and take a walk, for example, because we never know how much it’s going to last…usually, it’s about 20 minutes. So, when trying to save some time but also to still look presentable, I got my first tinted brow gel. I was always a bit sceptical because I have thick eyebrows with some sparse areas but they’re quite short and I was afraid of being left with two even thicker short lines above my eyes. I struggle with my brows anyway and didn’t think a tinted brow gel would solve my problems.

When I first tried the L’Oreal Brow Artist Plumper, the case was exactly the one I just mentioned and I was shocked. I was sure that it wasn’t a product for me and I almost didn’t give it another go. However, everybody was talking so much about it that I tried it again. And again…
At the end I finally figured out how to use it. The brow gel contains fibres to thicken the eyebrows, so it’s better to be applied with as light motions as possible. Now I just barely touch my brow hairs because the product’s tint is very strong. The brush is small and really comfortable to use. The gel sets in place the brow hairs and keeps them all day without making them too crispy.

It comes in Blonde, Dark Brunette and Transparent, mine is in Dark Brunette but I think the transparent one would be another good choice. The best thing about this product is that you can get it at the drugstore. It’s now my brow product for days when I don’t have time or just don’t feel like spending 15 minutes only on my brows.

So, if you’re a bit disappointed by this type of products like me at first, try to practice applying it lighter.

Do you have L’Oreal Brow Artist Plumper in your collection?

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