I have tried with this, I really have, but honestly, I just don’t get it. The new L’Oreal Paris Brow Artist Sculpt is an absolute mystery. I don’t do much with my brows so couldn’t say that I’m experienced in the ways of the brow, but what you’re supposed to do is draw the arch with the product laden tip then style with the brush.
The tip is curved away so that while you’re brushing with the brush bit, you don’t then smear your forehead with more product, but even so, I found it quite unwieldy to use. I think that if you do the Kardashi-brow thing, this tool will be no mystery to you and it certainly delivers a decent amount and depth of product but it’s definitely not a brow beginner’s buy.
I do like the innovation of it – bringing brows down to one tool is pretty forward thinking – but in reality I’m actually a bit scared of it – there’s too much product on the tip in the first place and once on, it’s a bit of a job to remove. *runs*
L’Oreal Paris Brow Artist Sculpt is £8.99 and comes in blonde and brunette HERE.
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