Hope you all had a good evening last night. L and I are probably rolling round in bed hungover!
Gimme brow is something I’ve wanted to try for ages. Especially since losing my Browzings. Unfortunately after visiting Cardiff’s Brow Bar for Brow Arch March we were both left with one eyebrow a lot shorter than others. L and I have had our brows done at Benefit in Bristol, Swansea and Carnaby Street and have always been pleased so we were disappointed to have been left with noticeably uneven brows. Benefit always have amazing customer service and sent us a few bits to try as an apology. I couldn’t wait to try Gimme Brow to try and extend the now slightly shorter brow.
I have the light/medium. I find having blonde brows is harder to make them look perfect without them looking drawn on and powdery. Gimme brow is an amazing little brow product. A tinted brow gel with fibres and a tiny brush to make application easy.
One of the things that put me off Maybelline brow drama was the impractical wand for brows. Benefit have created a easy to use wand that has a small tip to be able to fill in fine gaps. Gimme brow adheres to skin and hair to create full natural brows.
Here is my natural brows. They are fair and need filling in or it looks like I don’t have them. As you’ll have seen if you saw my post on Facebook photos earlier on in the week.
Below is one coat of gimme brow. I tend to wipe of the excess and quickly swipe over the brows for quick definition. This is perfect for those lazy mornings and when you want more natural make up. Brows are left defined, darker and not looking drawn on.
For me I do love a power brow! I like big full brows but not to dark for my skin tone. No scouse brows here. I find Gimme brow layers up really well but I find it’s best to do a few light layers as it can go a little flaky if you do one thick coat.
The thing that has taken getting used to for me is that my brows are coated. They stay amazingly all day but they do feel a little hard sometimes.
I am absolutely loving gimme brow and it’s been in my handbag since (I do my make up on the bus alot!). It’s quick and easy to apply and great for everyday.
My downside is the price. At £17.50 it’s not cheap. If it lasts a while I’m not complaining. So far so good so fingers crossed it lasts as I’m loving the convenience of it.
As M has already mentioned were big fans of defined brows, as mine are black and my skin a rather white shade it can be really hard to define mine without going too far and giving myself the dreaded scouse brow or looking like I’ve drawn them on in permanent marker.
Gimme Brow caught my eye because everyone’s brows seem to look so natural after using it.
As the packaging states, its a brush on fibre gel that adheres to skin and hair and has qualities including being water resistant, long wearing, buildable and most importantly natural looking.
The tube itself is tiny, similar in height to a mini They’re Real but with the thickness of a pencil its a really dinky little product that has made its way into my make up bag as a firm favourite.
It’s just SO easy to use and defines and fills in the natural gaps that I have in my brows (thanks to my mum, we have the same gaps!)
The tiny mascara type brush fills in even the tiniest gap without any issues and looks perfectly natural. I was worried my brows would be a bit crispy after using something like this but I haven’t had that problem at all
I really do love the little brush, so cute!
You can see Gimme Brow in the pictures below, I’ve got the medium deep colour. The first picture is without any brow product, second with one coat and the third with two coats.
You can see how it so easily defines and fills in without looking too ‘done’ because were all natural beauties aren’t we ladies??
The only downside for me is again, the price. I think £17.50 for a tiny tube is far too much. But hey ho, you do have to pay for good quality products!
What do you think of Gimme Brow? Are you a fan of natural looking brows or more defined and powerful?