There's a new eyebrow trend that's gaining traction online and I think it's pretty promising; ladies, meet the Eyebrow Stamp. You'll know all about it, how to use it, and my review on the product; everything you need to know about the eyebrow stamp is right below.
I've discovered the Eyebrow Stamp through online tutorials, blogs, and videos; one time, I saw one online seller on Facebook selling one brand called Shezi, messaged her to buy, and voila! I finally have an Eyebrow Stamp to play with!
Btw, if you know the shopping app Shopee, you can get it from there too; a lot of sellers are selling it there.
The other Eyebrow Stamp brand that I know is I-Envy, which is the more popular one and what most international Beauty Bloggers and Vloggers have reviewed; in the Philippines, most sellers sell Shezi probably because it's affordable; this one is only P350.00.
Shezi Eyebrow Stamp comes in a simple box with an instructions leaflet.
The Eyebrow Stamp looks like this: it looks like a tiny clothes iron; it's bulky to be lugged around in everyday makeup kits. The protruding handles are the stamping tools; the base houses the eyebrow powder.
Here are the stamps; they're cut out from makeup sponge and shaped into a specific set of brows. Luck you if your brows fit the shape of these! Lucky me, the shape of the stamps kinda' fit the shape of my brows! The stamps are removable, btw, and can be rinsed.
#2 is a medium brown with a reddish undertone; the powder is chalky and pigmentation is medium to heavy, but despite that, it has a slight staining effect, making it last a bit longer despite the chalkiness.
Now let's go ahead and try this product!
First, brush the stamps on the powder; make sure that the stamps are evenly covered, but don't take a lot to get natural coverage.
Let's try it!
Haven't pulled out the stamp yet, but I already had a feeling that it wasn't gonna come out nicely LOL.
One mistake I did here was I positioned the stamp right on top of my brow, which caused a second brow.
I found that the best way is to position it under the brow to check if the stamp will properly land on the brow.
Now doing that technique, voila! Perfectly- stamped brows!
It pretty long- wearing and good enough for everyday use, but not really ideal for swimming or exercising.
This is a pretty cool product and I love how it gives me brows fast; it will come really handy when I am not in the mood or have no time to do brows.
But this product can still be improved on some aspects; firstly, the powder: I wish it were less chalky so I won't brush a good amount off my brows when I'm spreading the product. Lastly, the stamp: right now, the stamp only comes in a specific brow shape and will surely not fit all brow types; I wish that there will be an option to customize the stamps or stamp cartridges in varying shapes will be introduced.
Have you tried the eyebrow stamp already? What are your thoughts?
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