I have been wanting to try this product for so long but I didn't think it would work for me because of my "special needs" eyebrows. I have blonde hair and extremely sparse eyebrows so I have to be careful which products I use... things can get ugly in a heart beat.
I purchased shade 10, which is the lightest shade available. It is an ashy taupe, but has the tiniest bit of warmth to it once applied. It's very minimal, so not a deal breaker.
The texture is that of a sticky gel/cream and the best way to apply Aqua Brow is with a synthetic angled brush, like the Sigma E65. You need the tiniest amount! The product does take a little while to set, so you have plenty of play time. After applying, you can brush a spoolie through your brows to make it look more natural.
|After 6 hours|
I think what surprised me the most was how easy it is to apply, and how natural it looks!
One downside to Aqua Brow is that you can't get a super sharp edge unless you use another product, i.e. concealer or a brow pencil. Considering that I use up to 3 products on my brows on any given day, this doesn't bother me. In the pictures shown above, I only used Aqua Brow!
It's waterproof and sweatproof, but how about the "grease test"? How does it stand up to oily skin? I'd say pretty damn good! I have oily skin, with super oily eyebrows and it stayed fabulous for 8 hours. I'm impressed!!!
Have you tried Aqua Brow??