Hello pretty women!
I have never used a brow gel in my life; though I have a childhood scar in my left eyebrow. People keep advising me I need to fill it, but I don’t pay any heed because I am used to the way it looks naturally. I personally feel that filling brows gives me an unnatural look; and I prefer keeping them natural. Anyway, moving to the product, I will review Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Tinted Brow Gel today in the shade “light medium.”
We’re here to give your Tinted Brows the royal treatment! Our Tinted Brow gel comes in 2 easy-to-use colors that are long lasting and fill in sparse hair. Not only does it naturally define, sculpt, and groom your Tinted Brows, it’s also buildable. Go from untamed to polished Tinted Brows in seconds. The tapered brush is perfect for quick, effortless application and makeup remover friendly. Just remember: let the gel completely dry and you’re ready to go! Long live the Tinted Brow queen!
Colors: Light Medium, Medium Dark
How to Use: Apply the brush along the eye. Tinted Brow to fill and define. Allow formula to dry. Repeat for a bolder look.
$20 (weight 4 gm).
My Experience with Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Tinted Brow Gel:
Starting with the packaging, it looks like a mascara with a small dome-shaped brush inside. The formula is well designed with ideal consistency; neither runny nor clumpy thick. It is really pigmented and a little goes a long way. In fact, when you desire a natural look, slightly brushing the brows with Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Tinted Brow Gel is adequate.
The brush is slightly tapered and picks up a lot of product; so ensure to brush off excess before applying or it can get tacky and messy. The brush does the combing job too and a separate brow comb isn’t required. The formula dries fast and stays in place as well.
Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Tinted Brow Gel is available in 2 shades – light medium and medium dark. Since I have naturally light brown hair, I picked up the shade “light medium.” But the shade turned out to have a visible grey tinge; it is overall a grey-brown shade. I should have picked the “medium dark” version, which looks a medium intensity pure brown in swatches.
Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Tinted Brow Gel is formulated to fill the brows and if you intend to define them, a brow pencil is required for the purpose. Overall, it is a nice and unique product but requires skill to be a pro at its usage.
Summing up pros and cons of the product:
Pros of Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Tinted Brow Gel:
- Available in two easy-to-use, easy to match shades.
- Convenient packaging and well-designed brush.
- Ideally formulated consistency of the brow gel.
- A little goes a long way.
- Gives a natural look.
- Fills and brushes brows.
Cons of Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Tinted Brow Gel:
- Steep price tag.
- Brush picks a lot of product.
- Doesn’t define the brows precisely.
Would I Recommend/Repurchase Elizabeth Mott Queen of the Fill Tinted Brow Gel?
No, I will not repurchase this certain product because it will take me a lot of time to finish this tube. I hardly polish my brows and this one goes a long way too. Besides, it is an overpriced product. For recommendation, the choice is yours if you can handle the formula and the price tag as well. Ciao!