Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Maybelline Brow Drama Pomade Crayon

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Have you seen the commercials for the Maybelline Brow Drama Pomade Crayon? It looks like a chunky crayon, but it's a pomade for your brows. This is perfect if you're like me, you want to have nice eyebrows, but they just don't grow in fabulously, and you don't know how to perfectly draw them on like the pros seem to. This crayon is great! It allows for easy application and looks good.

I received two colors from Maybelline via Influenster, blonde and brown. I think the brown looks too dark on me. Granted, it may be in fashion. But I just don't like how it looks on me. So, I like the blonde. It looks great (I think) and it looks more natural in my opinion.

So here in this photo, I have one eyebrow filled in with the pomade, and the other isn't. The one on the right side of the photo is filled in. The eyebrow on the left (side where I'm holding the crayon) is not. Can't you see the difference?



As it blends it tames the hairs, so you don't need to use an extra brush or wand to get the hairs to get in line. I'm definitely a fan!

They have 4 different shades that are blendable and will match your hair color.  Whether you want your eyebrows to look natural, or if you want to be bold and dramatic, this product can do it!

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You can find Maybelline Brow Drama products almost everywhere. Find it where you shop for Maybelline products.
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