Sunday, November 8, 2015

Maybelline Brow Duo + Define Review

Hey everyone! Today's blog post is a review from the Brow Satin/ Brow Duo+Define Eye which is basically the same thing but different names, weirdly enough. Anyways these are a drugstore brand but I still had high hopes for them.

Let's get this review started!
I ended up getting four shades of this brow product from Style Haul, which is the company I am partnered with, but I just want to let you know these are all my true opinions and I was not paid to promote, but I love reviewing products so I decided to give it a shot.

I ended up getting 4 shades, Auburn, Dark Blonde, Medium Brown, and Dark Brown.

The one that I demo today is the Dark brown seeing that I am a dark brunette and that color matched the most. When first opening it I saw that there was white ash on them, which basically means that it's dried out, that made me nervous.

As you can see, it isn't pointed but squared off and that could be an issue for some people, but it was not for me.

The other side of the pencil has a powder end which is meant to fill the brows after lining them with the first side.

Here is my naked eyebrow, no product, no nothing. 

Starting out with the first part with the lining, I had to go ahead and heat the tip a bit because it was so dry that It wasn't working for me. But after I finally got it all warm, it glided on pretty smoothly and as you can see it is pretty pigmented.

Here is the final part, with the fill side. I had a bit of a problem with this because my eyebrows are a bit thinner. The powder sponge is a bit thick so I had to work around that, also a lot of product didn't come out at first so I had to rub it in a bit, but overall it did the job.

Overall I give this product  3/5 it's a good product but unfortunately it was too dry to work with me and the powder didn't come out as I wanted it to. I feel for thicker eyebrows it would work pretty well, but for me it didn't. At the end of it all, my brows looked really good just the application was a bit tedious.


Monday, November 2, 2015

Colourpop Cosmetics: Gel Liners/Gel Colors || Review + Swatches

Hey everyone! Here are some of the swatches from the video above! I overall love Colourpop but found that the liners are very easy to break. They are all extremely pigmented and long wearing, but I would warn anyone using the LINERS that those are fragile and break very easily! Now I know you all are dying to see these swatches so here...we...go!!