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First, I must say that I have really sparse eyebrows, mostly because of over-plucking when younger) *sad face*. So when looking for brow products, my aim is to find a product that makes it easy to basically create my eyebrows without them looking like I draw them with Sharpie *LOL*. As you would know from the title, today I’m going to compare two similar brow pencils. Take into account that this review is based on my preferences and the kind of brows I have.
Maybelline total temptation brow definer states that the teardrop tip would give you a soft defined eyebrow. The cost of this product is around $6 to $8, depending where you buy it. I’ve been using this product for a few months now. Product grabs best on hair than on skin. Each time I fill in my eyebrows I notice 1 or 2 brow hairs on the tip of the pencil.
As for the L’oreal Brow Stylist Definer has an ultra-fine tip and the blending brush is longer and thinner than the Maybelline one. It costs around $8 to $9. This L’oreal product is supposed to help create hair-like strokes, packaging states that it’s a waterproof formula. I used it for the first time today, and I must say that I really like it. Is a pigmented product, easy to blend in and it grabs to my skin so it’s easier to manage (for the few hairs I have). Also, the pigmentation deposited on skin depends on the pressure you apply.
To conclude, both products are great and they give well-defined natural brows. But if you have eyebrows like me, with sparse areas, I recommend the L’oreal Brow Stylist Definer. For people that have the luck to have fuller brows, the Maybelline total temptation brow definer is excellent for you.
As always, I hope you enjoyed this post and don’t forget to comment below what you think of the products reviewed and what you would like me to review next. Read you later *wink wink*.