BlinkBrowBar Eyebrow Pencil, Nourishing Brow Oil, Brow Corrector – Review, Swatches, Before & After

I am constantly on the hunt for the next best brow product.  I’m super picky when it comes to my brows because I’m a bottle blonde, with ashy-toned dark-ish brows, and am always trying to find products that will fill in the sparse areas, but not make my brows look orange/clash with my blonde hair.

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I was recently introduced to BlinkBrowBar, which is a walk-in brow bar with 25 locations in the UK, and 1 location in Saks Fifth Avenue NYC.  I have a few products from the brand to share with you today.

First up is the Nourishing Brow Oil ($28.00 USD), which contains organic sweet almond oil, rosemary oil, lavender, and sandalwood.  I apply it to my brows during my evening skincare routine.  I’ve only been using it for a short time, but my brows are still there, so……so far, so good!

blinkbrowbar eyebrow pencil brow oil brow corrector review swatches

Next up is the Brow Corrector.  You can wipe out any makeup mistakes with a single swipe of this conditioning formula that contains pathenol, organic peppermint floral water, and peach extract.  It comes with an extra tip, so you can use it to either replace the original tip once it gets dirty, or you can assign one tip to carving out your brows, and the other to sharpening up your liquid eyeliner.  I really liked the shape of the tip because it has a round edge, a flat edge, and comes to a precise tip, so you can really carve out whatever shape you’d like.

blinkbrowbar eyebrow pencil brow oil brow corrector review swatches

Finally is the brow products!  The BlinkBrowBar Eyebrow Pencils ($23.00 USD) contain 1.05 g of product, and comes with a spoolie on the other end.  The formula is a wax formula that includes cottonseed oil and macadamia.

blinkbrowbar eyebrow pencil brow oil brow corrector review swatches

blinkbrowbar eyebrow pencil brow oil brow corrector review swatches

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I applied ‘Cinnamon Spice’ on the inner part of my eyebrow, and ‘Indian Chocolate’ on the outer tail of my eyebrow.

blinkbrowbar eyebrow pencil before and after

It is recommended that you warm up the product before applying it, and I definitely second that suggestion.  I warmed up the pencils by using the hot setting on my hair dryer for about 10 seconds – the pencils glided on much more smoothly and comfortably.  I still find that the colours are a bit too red-toned for me (which is usually my issue with most brow products), but that’s just me being picky.

You can find BlinkBrowBar products in-store, or on Net-A-Porter.

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