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L'Oreal Paris Brow Artist Pomade 3g

3.6 of 10 reviews

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Build your most perfect brows with L’Oreal Paris Brow Artist Pomade. Get precise application and buildable definition for a natural or bold look. Create, define and fill brows with this highly-pigmented matte formula that glides on smoothly.

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3.6 of 10 reviews

78% recommend this product

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Silky and doesn’t dry out my skin

Most Helpful Criticism

Good for the price

S_JM

I did like this when I first purchased it, as I thought it was quite good to work with as long as you use a good brow brush (rather than the one that comes included). However, it dry out quite quickly and became harder to use over about 3 months. For the price, it isn't bad, but I have now purchased the Anastasia Beverly Hills brow pomade and it is clear that it would be better value to get the more expensive product, as it is easier to work with and there is a much better colour range. Plus a little bit goes a long way with the Anastasia, whereas this L'oreal one takes a fair bit of product to work into the brow.
  1. Great Product

    Maddison

    it doesnt dry out, however i find it can clump up sometimes. its good but a bit expensive for a drugstore product, you can pay a few more dollars and get the kat von d pomade that nearly has twice as much product
  2. Good for the price

    S_JM

    I did like this when I first purchased it, as I thought it was quite good to work with as long as you use a good brow brush (rather than the one that comes included). However, it dry out quite quickly and became harder to use over about 3 months. For the price, it isn't bad, but I have now purchased the Anastasia Beverly Hills brow pomade and it is clear that it would be better value to get the more expensive product, as it is easier to work with and there is a much better colour range. Plus a little bit goes a long way with the Anastasia, whereas this L'oreal one takes a fair bit of product to work into the brow.
  3. Big Fan

    Evie

    I really like pomade, my only concern is the shelf life. So far this has been going well. Having thick, dark brows, this is a good filler and keeps the hair where I want it without having to worry about touch-ups.
  4. Hard to work with

    Laura

    Do not like this product. It's really hard to work with, and i dont like the colour options
  5. Great for beginners

    Gilda Anna

    I think this is a great brow pomade for beginners, and the colours are pretty cool toned, which is great as many drugstore brow products can get really red. I think this is really creamy and smooth to apply, and the pop out brush is actually really useful and time saving. I don't think its as harshly pigmented as some products, but that can be a plus when you are a beginner or if you don't want your brows to look too 'heavy'. Very buildable colour.
  6. Waxy & clumpy

    Belinda

    I bought it to create little strokes of "hair" under my sparse brow to make it look naturally a little thicker. I'd seen it done on YouTube with a pomade so thought this would look so much better than brow wax & powder or brow pencil.

    The brush is very fine, so my hopes were high about getting hair-thin strokes. Unfortunately for most strokes, the pomade doesn't stick with a very light touch (it's waxy, and can get clumpy), which means most "hairs" go on too thick, looking clownish. That, and the texture of the strokes is grainy, like crayon on paper.

    I've had it a month and persisted a fair few times, thinking I'm the problem, but I have yet to wear it outside the house (must wash it off, along with a whole face of makeup, to start again).

    One time you go a teeny touch too heavy is like a smudge of brown mascara. Very difficult product.
  7. brow pomade

    Grace

    it doesnt dry out, however i find it can clump up sometimes. its good but a bit expensive for a drugstore product, you can pay a few more dollars and get the kat von d pomade that nearly has twice as much product
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