Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Review: Pur Cosmetics Browder Perfecting Brow Powder

*Disclosure* Products featured were provided for review. All opinions are 100% honest and my own, like always!

Hi guys! I'm so excited to bring you this review today, because it has to do with eyebrows. Now, I'm usually not one to fuss over my brows. I typically just use a gel to keep them in place. When Pur Cosmetics very kindly sent me their line of brow powders, I was intrigued, yet scared, because I had no idea what to expect from them. 

The Pur Cosmetics website says:

Bold brows are in! With PÜR’s long-lasting brow powder, you don’t need to be a makeup artist to get perfectly defined brows. This unique fiber formula adds naturally bold definition to sparse and uneven brows for a look that’s always natural, never “drawn on”. Use the innovative flocked applicator to groom and sculpt for the perfect arch or reach for your eyeliner brush for double duty use as a smoky eye lining powder.

Shades L to R: Blonde, Medium Brown, Brunette
Pur Cosmetics Browder only comes in 3 shades: Blonde, Medium Brown, and Brunette. The shade I have gone for in testing out is Blonde, and for me, it seems like a good fit. I also feel like all three shades aren't too warm either, which is great for me personally. When I first tried this out, I was glad I didn't put on foundation or concealer first, because I had brow powder all over my cheeks and under my eyes. This stuff is insanely messy if you have no idea what you're doing, and I'm still getting the hang of it honestly. I haven't tried these as a powder eyeliner, but I can see that as a good option for a more natural liner look.

Once I got the powder on my brows, I had to then go in with a spoolie, and brush the heck outta them. I personally don't like that drawn on, fake look so I tried making them look as natural as possible. I do feel like this powder fills in sparse areas nicely, and once I had everything blended in well, I do feel like my brows completed my look. Like I said above, I really only set them with clear gel because I just don't like them to look over-done or fake. Once I really get the hang of using these, I may eventually branch out and start trying brow pencils and whatnot. Even though I'm a newbie with brow products, I'm pretty impressed with these Browders!

Each of these Browders costs $22 and you can find them on the Pur website, Ulta, Kohl's, pretty much wherever Pur Cosmetics is sold!

I'd love to know what your favorite brow products are in the comments! Especially for newbies like myself!

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