ELF Wow Brow Wear Test! 14 hours!!
Today I put the ELF Cosmetics Wow Brow Tinted Brow Gel to the TEST! e.l.f. - Wow Brow Gel I use the shade brunette. This is hands down my favorite tinted brow gel of ALL TIME. Yep you heard that right. It’s a very lightweight brow gel formula with tiny brow fibers in it to boost your brow hairs and keep them in place! It literally lasts ALL DAY. A day full of work, sweat, and maybe a nap 😂 For reference, my skin tone is fair and my skin type is sensitive combination dry and acne prone. 7:40 AM—The finishing touch on my morning routine. My brows are pretty full as they are but this fills in my sparse areas and gives me a little boost! 4:00 PM—just getting back home. Today was BUSY. I was running around all day breaking a sweat and fitting in a little cat nap. Dare I say my brows look EXACTLY THE SAME? & I used no setting powder or spray. Just my brows were done today. Sorcery? Not sure... 10:00 PM—after enjoying a successful Valentine’s Day with my love, cooking over a hot stove and laughing my butt off at cheesy movies, I’m beat! But my brows are still in place. Are they perfect? Not at all. But 14 hours and they still look like this? I’ll take it!! Overall this brow gel costs $4...YUP. Honestly I can never understand why people overpay for brow products. You can literally use your Ulta rewards and get this for free. Or get it at any drugstore!! I recommend this to everyone and anyone. Can’t go wrong! 5 out of 5 stars!!
e.l.f.-Wow Brow Gel
✨Color correcting 101: How to apply color corrector like a pro
Nobody's skin is perfect, but we can get a flawless look by applying a little color corrector! Here're some basic color correcting rules you MUST know! Choose the right colors: Don't jump the gun! Before learning to apply your color correctors, you need to know what colors to choose. Purple For yellow skin tones & dull complexion Purple pans out to combat yellow undertones for a glowy makeup look. From removing yellow tones by applying a purple primer to your entire face to hiding yellow spots with a spot concealer, the purple corrector is always a go-to product for a flawless look! Green For redness, acne, and rosacea Green, opposite to red, is an ideal color for hiding redness on your face like cystic acne. For people with rosacea, a color-correcting green primer can powerfully hide the annoying redness, leaving an even base for foundation. Yellow For veins & dark purple under-eye circles Yellow can be used to cover up any purple blemishes like bruises, veins, and under-eye circles. You can also apply a yellow collector or concealers on the cheekbones for a brightening effect. Pink For lighter skin tones & dark circles Pink is created from a mix of red, orange, and yellow hues, and these colors are opposite from blue, green, and purple on the wheel. Therefore, pink correctors are good for hiding dark circles on lighter skin tones and can brighten dull skin. Follow the correct order: Having got your right colors, you need to follow the right order to apply them. First, use the appropriate hue to cover blemishes, then lightly pat your foundation on over the color to create a natural-looking finish. When it comes to covering dark circles, apply your regular under-eye concealer over the bright pigments, followed by tapping the makeup down with a beauty blender. As a typical lazy girl, I use stila - Correct & Perfect All-In-One Color Correcting Palette. This palette contains EVERYTHING you'll need, its texture is quite creamy and easy to blend. Highly recommend to everyone who finds it troublesome to choose lol. What's your favorite color corrector? Open to recommendations！
stila-Correct & Perfect All-In-One Color Correcting Palette