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Rimmel 'Brow This Way' Review and Before and After Swatches

Hello everyone! 

Today I thought I would review a product that I bought yesterday because I have heard mixed reviews about it.
I was excited to try this product, I generally don't fill in my eyebrows because I naturally have blonde hair and dark eyebrows. However, I have been using the Maybelline transparent brow gel for a couple of months and have been really enjoying it so decided to give a coloured option a go. So, yesterday I picked up the Rimmel Brow This Way in the colour Dark Brown.  
The applicator is different to Maybelline's spherical spoolie, looking more like a mascara wand. Although I found it slightly harder to apply, there wasn't a drastic difference and despite being a beginner to eyebrows, I found it easy to make both even and natural  

I do have to apologise for the state of my make up, hair etc. I took the photos 13 hours after initially applying my make up (I had only just applied the Brow This Way). Also, this was my first time applying the product so it isn't the neatest. Nonetheless, I really liked the end result. It still looked extremely natural and even when looking close, it is virtually undetectable. 

Before 

After

The effect is subtle but you can tell the difference; for anybody who rushes in the morning or wants to perhaps begin to do something with their eyebrows but finds the process of filling in too time consuming or daunting, I would highly recommend this product. 

Have a lovely week (particularly you lucky people who have broken up for summer!), 
Elle xxx

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