Right, so where to start with these? I love them, but they’re flawed. The Revlon ColorStay Brow Mousse wands have a flow-through mechanic where the product (less mousse, more cream) comes through little holes in the brush part when you turn the erm, turnable bit, at the bottom (yes, that’s a technical term.. cough).
As you can see, it only comes out of two holes either side, which doesn’t coat the brush – you basically have four squirls to apply to your brow. However, if you turn the bottom bit carefully, and don’t get too much out of the holes, it actually applies much better than you think it will. I didn’t need to do anything after I’d applied the Dark Brown shade – it brushed through really well. I think I would still recommend having a spoolie to hand as a comb through after application.
What I really like about this product though is the colour range – it’s one of few that I’ve looked and thought, yes, that’s my colour – straight away, rather than thinking ooh, which is my colour – I’m not sure. I’d also like to flag up that ‘Soft Black’ shade – if you’re greying from a dark base, this is your shade – it’s absolutely lovely and will give you beautifully defined, deep toned brow arches that will frame your eyes and make them more dominant on your face. It’s not a beauty myth! I love dark brows with greying hair. If you’re completely silver or greying from a blonde base, it’s not the right thing for you (unless you want to of course!). The longevity was excellent, by the way, and a little goes a long way.
So, if I had my way, I’d do a two parter with this product – the brow creme that comes out a tiny bit at a time and then a fancy spoolie to comb it through OR a much more refined flow through. You can make do, but I needed to wipe some off on my second run before applying … it’s nearly a great product, but just not quite. You can find it HERE for £7.99.
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