PAINTING YOUR BROWS
Stumbling towards the MUFE counter, I had come across this lovely brow product. More like brilliant! Deciding the correct brow shade was a challenge. I had asked the sales assistant in Sephora in Paris and she agreed that Ash Brown #25 and Dark Brown #30 was too dark for me. Light Brown #20 was definitely the better choice as it has a warm tone to it; matching perfectly with the red warmth in my hair.
I use the Sephora angled liner brush with this and together, it gives me natural, defined, long lasting brows. The consistency is a creamy gel, not waxy, very easy to get use to using it and not slipping or sliding once it sets. You have plenty of time to blend out the product before it sets without any streaks. It may look unnatural if using a heavy hand but that’s the same with every brow product isn’t it? It is nicely pigmented. When using a light hand, the shade can be easily buildable. It lasts all day to night and in various weather conditions, sweat or oils! I haven’t had the need to refill the brows unlike a pencil. Any makeup remover can remove this easily.
The packaging reminds me of paint tubes. Definitely different as opposed to glass tubs. I do prefer this over the glass tubs as the product doesn’t dry out as quick however, you will waste a lot of product when you squeeze it out. You only need a tiny bit. I’m still trying to perfect the amount squeezed. Each tube lasts ages. I’ve used this non stop for the past few months and it looks like I haven’t made a small dent in it.
I would definitely repurchase this even if it is a bit on the pricey side but you definitely get your money’s worth though.
Have you tried any Make Up For Ever products?
哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.