Better than the Brow Wiz?

Hi everyone, I hope you are all well!

Today I wanted to share my newest find for creating quick, great eyebrows! A bargain product found in the likes of Boots and even on supermarket shelves – the L’Oréal Brow Artist.  

I picked this up while I was shopping for a few homeware bits and bobs in Sainsbury’s (we’ve just moved house) and you know me, I can’t resist a wander down any makeup aisle!  After watching a Youtube video by Puffin’s Wife  (where she recommended the L’Oréal Brow Artist) I thought it was worth a try.  

This is a dual ended brow pencil, one side holds the pigment to create shape and fill in any sparse areas – flip over to the other side and there is a wax, which tames and lifts the brow hairs into place.  There is also a nice little spoolie brush attached to the lid to comb through the product and create a softer, natural look.  

Wearing L’Oréal Brow Artist ‘Brunette’

When it comes to my eyebrows I am quite picky and I tend to stick with what I have already found to work well for me – for the past few years this has been a selection of Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow products.  Dipbrow Pomade is my all time favourite for my brows, I also use the clear Brow gel and alternate between Brow Powder Duo and the famous Brow Wiz.  

The most obvious product to compare the L’Oréal Brow Artist against, is the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz.  I can already tell you that with 100 percent certainty, I prefer L’Oréal’s £4.99 Brow Artist over the £15.50 Brow Wiz.  
Something that has always appealed to me with the Anastasia Beverly Hills products, is the wide colour selection – the most believable range of Brow shades for all skin tones and hair colours – that’s why I keep the Pro Palette in my Freelance Kit, there really is something for everyone.  On myself,  I find I can easily go from the shade Chocolate, to medium brown with no problem.  With the Brow Artist, I only had 3 shades to choose from, blonde, brunette and dark brunette.  I was impressed with the shade I picked up –  brunette –  which is the perfect tone for me, not too warm or too ashy.  The product in the Brow Artist is also much creamier,  making it much easier to work with – it takes just a few seconds to create believable and natural looking brows.  The ease of use of the Brow Artist is fantastic and I really like the wax end – it does its job well of keeping hold of the shape of my brows.

The amazing thing about the Brow Artist? It stays put ALL day – even on a really busy day on my combination skin!  Definitely Mummy approved!  

Have you tried this product yet? 

Thanks for reading, 

Lynsay ❤️


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