Stuck on you: Maybelline Tattoo Studio Brow Pomade

Ever since I got my eyebrows microbladed late last year, I have been all about keeping them the perfect shape.

You be wondering, why I would still need to fill them in if they are microbladed, and yes, although I can totally still rock them without the need for additional product, after time, the pigment starts to fade away and they need a little more help to look perfect.  For me personally, that involves just filling in the tops of the brow and the edges so they look nice and symmetrical.

Anyways, I’ve been all about the pencil lately (been loving the BrowLuxe pencil I reviewed about a month back), but recently Maybelline sent over their new TattooStudio Brow Pomades to try out as well.

Maybelline Tattoo Studio Brow Pomade

I used to be all about the pomade, but since I don’t need a ton of work in the brow department, I’ve found just a little pencil touch up does the trick. With a pencil, it’s more of a subtle effect, whereas with a pomade, the brows stand out a lot more.

Anyways, on to the actual product… The Maybelline TattooStudio Brow Pomade (C$14.99) is a pigmented, creamy, and long-lasting waterproof pomade that sculpts and creates natural-looking eyebrows. Available in eight different shades to suite a variety of different eyebrow tones, this product also comes with a double-ended brush with a spoolie and angled applicator. I do have to note that I did try the brush and if you have an eyebrow brush in your collection, I would go with that instead. The angled part of the brush I found to be too thick to actually apply the product where you wanted it, so I have been using my own brush and found the results to be way more efficient.

Maybelline Tattoo Studio Brow Pomade shades and brush Maybelline Tattoo Studio Brow Pomade shades up close

I received a number of shades to try out and Medium Brown is the one that suited my brows the best. This pomade goes on so creamy and precise that it definitely looks very natural on, although definitely more noticeable than a pencil.

As for wear, I did find that it lasted a very long time. I did experience some slight smudging during activities, but for the most part it stayed put. Overall, I think that this pomade is a great option if you are looking for a new brow product. I’ve been using this pretty much non-stop since I got it and love how it makes my brows look.  Like I said, I would totally skip the brush that comes with it, but if you already have an angled liner brush, I would try that instead.

Before and After using Maybelline TattooStudio Brow Pomade

What’s your favourite brow product?

Please note, products provided by PR. All opinions are my own.

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