I took the risk before my birthday meal of using this with no prior experience. Luckily for me, it turned out perfect; I left it on for 30 minutes and I couldn't believe how defined, full and natural my brows looked. I was initially worried that they would look too blocky, but I couldn't have been more wrong. That night, I carefully removed my makeup, making sure not to rub at my eyebrows as I wanted to see how long the Tattoo Brow would last.
For the next 3 days, my brows were fading ever so slightly, but all I needed to do was run a brow gel through them to make them look tamed and natural. When I wanted to add a little more definition to my brows, I would neaten them up with a bit of brow pomade. I have to note that they did start to go a little gingery on the second day, which for me, as a dark red-head didn't look too out of place, but for others using the Medium Brown shade, it's one to note as it may not be for you.
The wand it provides you with is good if you have thicker brows, but I preferred using a separate angled brow brush to get the precision I want and it was easier to achieve a lighter middle to the brows, an almost featured effect.
I honestly didn't want to like this product as much as I do, but as I do a lot of exercising this is going to be perfect for the no makeup looks I often sport. I have been reaching for it to reapply, which is definitely saying something and I think it'll be one I'll use up.
Have you tried the Maybelline Tattoo Brow?
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