I’m kinda lazy with my makeup. I do the bare minimum of what I think is absolutely necessary to look groomed. As such, I’ve never really been big on brows except for occasionally getting them threaded or grooming them myself, but I received this product for review in December and have been using it almost daily to give you a full and thorough review. If you are lazy and have unruly brows like me, this is the lazy girl’s dream?
Product Name: brow fixx tint & shaper by Nicole Webster Cosmetics
A tinted water resistant gel that instantly makes your brows appear more dense. Tiny fibres adhere to the hairs to help bulk up skimpy brows. Broww Fixx gives you a more realistic look than pencil strokes. Simply brush through your brows for quick and easy natural looking brows.
I got this product for review and, honestly, I wasn’t super excited. I thought it was going to run when I sweat and just be like a regular brown mascara – it isn’t. Check out pictures of my brows before being combed, after being combed and after applying only the Brow Fixx below.
Combed Brows (Which never stay for long)
Brows with Brow Fixx Applied
- This product is legitimately waterproof. I’ve used this while swimming and working out and it pretty much stays put (it fades a bit in water). So, you’ll never have your brows shifting or running down your face while you’re in the heat or at the gym.
- Clean up is easy (before it dries) so if you make a mistake, you just wipe it away with a tissue and it really doesn’t affect the rest of your makeup.
- Looks very natural. It really does thicken each brow hair without looking gunky. So, brows look at least twice as thick without adding powder (but if you have very sparse brows, powder can be added without compromising the look of the brow of the effects of the product).
- Can be used alone.
- At $18, the product isn’t the cheapest on the market but it isn’t the most expensive either. It’s well worth the price but may be on the higher end for the drugstore girls like myself.
- The second I find a real con, I’ll let you know.
Brow Fixx can be purchased in the USA or Canada HERE. (This is not a sponsored blog post)