This post is going to be short and sweet, just like the amount of time it takes for me to get gorgeous eyebrows with Maybelline’s Eyestudio Brow Drama Pomade Crayon.
When I use eyebrow pencil, it takes a bit of time because lines all over your face aren’t sexy. You gotta be precise. Not with the Maybelline Eyestudio Brow Drama Pomade Crayon. It tames and shapes brows with little technique needed and requires almost no effort.
What is it exactly?
It’s a smooth, creamy, pigmented, wax crayon that applies easily to your brows, which you then comb through. It has a soft consistency but it won’t melt on you. It has amazing staying power and usually lasts me from morning until evening. My brows don’t need a complete overhaul so just a little touch of this and I am set.
How do you use it?
Comb your brows with a spoolie. Run the crayon through your brows. Brush with a spoolie one more time and then set with a clear or tinted brow gel. I love to use L’Oreal’s Brow Artist Plumper
in Light/Medium. It beats any other brow gel out there when it comes to price, formula, ability to hold brows in place, and convenience of brush size. The formula contains fibres which helps to thicken your brows and the hold is so strong, it lasts all day. Read my full review here
Should you try it?
Absolutely! It’s so creamy, pigmented, quick and easy to use, and inexpensive – perfect for every day use. In saying that, I would only suggest it to those with thicker and fuller brows. Because of the blunt, fat crayon end, it’s impossible to draw in fake hairs. The blunt edge also can’t help you get a thin, clean line at the tail of your brow. If you just want to darken your brows a bit or fill in sparse areas, this is a great product. Available in 3 shades (dark brown, light brown and blond) at a RRSP of R129.95 only at Clicks.