You wouldn’t think a gimmicky ball brush would make much of a difference with a brow mascara, but it does. I know everyone has different sized brows but the ball on the end is the perfect fit for the bigger part of my brow, pre-arch, and coats it beautifully. I compared Brow Drama with a regular brow mascara wand and I think the difference is that with a straight brush you have to lie it almost flat against the brow or try to get precision using a very thin end – the ball on the end of this brush makes it much easier to define the main part of the brow. Of course, it is swings and roundabouts – it’s a little bit harder, in my view, to get the rest of the brow right. In an idea world, you’d have a ball brush in one end of the tube followed by a straight brush in the other!
I’ve used Medium Brown which is perfect for my colouring, and it definitely gives brows some hold – you don’t need to use a lot (in fact, I’d caution against overdoing it) so for £4.99 this is a very neat little addition to my make-up bag.
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