…or if you don’t know that your brows are supposed to stay put, OR if you are stuck in air-conditioning all day and don’t plan on moving your facial muscles, MAYBE.
I will admit to having been VERY hesitant about spending even the paltry $3.99 it cost for this brow kit. I’ve read really good reviews about this product, so I figured what the hell… I am normally a bit snobby about this brand. I mean, it was ok 100 yrs ago when I was 17 and couldn’t afford makeup- but after 40, I couldn’t see myself doing this. After reading favorable reviews, I went ahead… I shouldn’t have even looked at this crap, seriously.
It’s 89 degrees with high humidity in Michigan today. That’s 31C for you Outlanders. Today was the ONLY day that I could justify slapping some makeup on for, because I had a birthday dinner to attend. I rarely wear makeup anymore, though I buy it with a sort of regularity that would kinda indicate I have a problem. I required an eyebrow that would look good AND not melt in this heat. This brow kit was NOT the right one to try out today.
Straight away the stuff did not look right. It didn’t apply nicely, didn’t stay put well. I am half-Asian, so I have naturally skimpy, weird eyebrows and NEED a little help in the brow/lash department. I use Latisse on both my brows and lashes (well, I started back on Latisse. I went off it when I was pregnant with Maisie). I am still in the early weeks of Latisse, so my brows and lashes are not yet at their optimal state.
I don’t know about the reviewers that love this stuff. They must have luscious brows or lower expectations than I have.