|Liz Taylor, queen of eyebrows. (image from: idealbeautyacademy.net)|
After learning about the existence of Blinc's eyebrow mousse, I decided to try it.
|Blinc Eyebrow Mousse in action! I'm not wearing anything else on my brows.|
PRODUCT: I wasn't sure what to expect with a name like "brow mousse" since I'm only familiar with gels and waxes, but "mousse" is not a misnomer. The product is opaque, and a thick texture (in comparison with a gel), so a little goes a long way. Despite it being thick, the application isn't difficult to master, nor do my brows look caked with product. It most definitely lives up to Blinc's claims of being fade-, water-, sweat-, and smudge-proof.
Blinc's Brow Mousse is definitely a winning, welcome addition to my makeup arsenal. As a fair-complected person who dyes her hair black, Dark Brunette significantly darkens my brows without making them look harsh, and could even work when my color fades/roots start to grow in. Since the mousse is thick, it will be extremely noticeable (and probably won't look good) if you don't get the right color for your skin tone/hair color.
As always, you and your brows don't have to take my word for it, Blinc Brow Mousse is available in eight other shades (and clear) here with free shipping to boot!