Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel Review | Step Away from the Brows

First skincare, then peachy-pinks, and now...brows? Although the bean pole brow used to make a show in my dreams there and again, I've set the tweezers down (except for touch ups, of course), and started to embrace the "natural brow" look (i.e. for me, it' the full brow).

With my natural brows in tow, I've pulled the Anastasia tinted brow gel in granite. What does this new product add to my daily visage? Subtle definition, keeping my brows in place all day, non-tacky, flexible hold, and (above all else) natural. Now, I would have snapped a picture of my tinted brows, but I try to avoid magnifying mirrors as much as possible. In other words, my brows aren't exactly "spotless" or ready for a close up.

Regardless of magnifying mirrors and all (let's not get into my weird habits) - a quick swipe of this graying, browish babe and I'm out the door. Easy enough? Although  you do need to be a bit careful, for why would you want to define those strays - the Anastasia tinted brow gel is the one and only brow product gracing my brows....for the past two weeks in fact.

For now, this tinted gel may have won me over, but being the "planner" (okay, okay - more like beauty obsessive) I am, I can't help but wonder what other bits my soon be charming me...

Brow Power

First of all, after my Tweezerman tweezers had an utterly impromptu and unlikely disappearance (thanks, mom), I can't help but want another pair. Currently using a pair of old Revlon ones (crap, I tell you!), these red beauties really really need a prime spot in my makeup drawer. Onto more of the "grooming" items, the Anastasia Brow Powder Duo seems like the perfect low maintenance, natural, and simple way of filling in the gaps (if you know what I mean)...

Onto more pencil type products, both the Anastasia Brow Wiz and the Laura Mercier Eyebrow Pencil seem to be, perhaps, the most simple way of filling in those imperfections (P.S. late nights and tweezers don't go together). Easy, or too easy?

Now that brows are over and done with, someone needs to tell me to step away from the brows. What are your favorite brow muses?

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