Make Up For Ever Pro Sculpting Brow Palette
The Make Up For Ever Pro Sculpting Brow Palette is part of the Pro Sculpting Range that aims to take highlighting & contouring to the next level, with easy to use professional tools and techniques to shape your entire face with light and shadow. The Pro Sculpting Palette is a 4 in 1 palette that promises to help you groom, define and shape your brows like a professional. It contains a wax, dual ended brow brush and spoilie applicator, a trio of different wet/dry matte powder brow shades and a ‘universal’ cream to powder highlighter. There are two shades of palette to choose from, each with three different brow shades, I received the darker of the Palettes in Harmony 2.
It is a small black compact, with a secure snap shut closure and a mirror housed under the lid, I used the Palette a couple of times to fill and define my brows. The shades have a nice cool undertone, you can mix them to get the best shade for your brows or do an ombre brow look, they can also be used wet, which gives a slightly stronger colour pay off. I actually preferred to use the Palette wet as I felt it gave me much more control during the application process, and I felt this control meant the finished look was actually more natural looking, but still very much well groomed.
I also liked the dual ended spoilie applicator that is included in the palette, as it was fit for purpose despite its small size. However I did not use the brow wax as I am never sure whether to apply it first or last and how exactly I’m supposed to apply it; spoilie, brow brush or mix it together with the brow powder? I also did not like the highlighter shade, to be fair I am not really into highlighting my brow bone, and I found the shade to light and cool toned for my skin tone.
It lasted well on my brows as long as I didn’t touch them, this may be because I did not use the wax. I also worry about cream and powder products being housed in the same compact, especially one as small as this, it will only take a couple more uses for the palette to get quite messy, and you will need a separate brush to apply the highlighter if you don’t want to get brow powder in it.
Although I got nicely groomed brows, I’m still a twist up mechanical brow pencil girl at heart and I won’t use all of the shades in the palette, as some just aren’t fit for my personal use. So this palette isn’t for me, especially with a £29.00 price tag. However if you’re looking for a travel friendly, all in one, compact brow palette and can stump up the £29.00 this is definitely one to consider.
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