Y’all know how much I love my 4ever Magic Cosmetics brow gel (see here) but getting it to the UK is slightly too costly for me right now. So, I’m having to find an alternative until my funds are better.
The Makeup Revolution Brow Pomade can be bought from a number of retailers here in the UK including Beauty Bay (see here) Superdrug (see here) and the company website (see here). It retails for £6 and you get 2.5 grams of product. I managed to get mine for £3 in the sale.
This pomade is available in 6 different shades but I purchased Dark Brown. When compared with the Revolution PRO pomade, this shade range is rubbish (PRO has 12 shades). All shades are vegan, cruelty free and gluten free.
The outer box has a nice design telling you all you need to know about the product. There is a double ended brow brush along with the jar of pomade inside. The jar feels sturdy with a screw top lid that is fairly standard packaging for brow pomade. The lid fastens fairly tight so the product shouldn’t dry out too quick.
The pomade is a great shade match for me which I’m a little surprised about. The formula is really creamy while still being highly pigmented. It is really easy to apply and blend into the rest of the brows. The little brush also works well. Just be careful when applying as you can sometimes lift up some of the product.
This pomade is smudge proof and waterproof according to the Revolution website. It does wipe off pretty easily if I’m honest especially when your sweating. However, I barely have any brows and this may be a contributing factor to this. It does last a long time though so I have no complaint. The formula is also vegan and cruelty free.
Overall, this is not a bad cheaper alternative to my prefered brand. I am pretty happy with my purchase from Makeup Revolution. The product is packaged well and is safe to take on your travels. It also performs well and lasts for many hours.
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