Monday 15 June 2015

Freedom Makeup Pro Eyebrow Palette - Review

 By now you've probably heard of the new brand Freedom Makeup, if not here's the low down. Freedom Makeup are a sister brand of Makeup Revolution. It's easy to spot their similarities, but Freedom Makeup is true to makeup artists with a simple, sleek look and affordable prices. There's big savings on Professional Kits and they have teamed up with House of GlamDolls to offer makeup courses at affordable prices. Of course you're able to purchase regardless of your makeup status, but if you are an MUA than Freedom Makeup offer an incredible 20% off their sale prices. The quality of makeup is very similar to that of Makeup Revolution, but they have slightly different products and in my opinion the nail polish is a different formula altogether and well worth picking up at only one pound a bottle.

 On to the reason we are here... The Pro Eyebrow Kit. I've never thought of purchasing an eyebrow kit before. In my eyes it was always 3 eye-shadows, wax, applicator and tweezers - it was everything I owned already (minus the wax) and opted to find a shade in various eyeshadow palettes that matched my brows. There's some really nice looking one's on the high-street from many affordable brands and I've seen numerous great reviews. Though I can't compare (due to not having any experience with other eyebrow kits), I really love this palette. The shades, in my eyes, aren't true to colour and on opening I was a little worried that I wouldn't find a shade that suited my very dark eyebrows, but if you look below at my swatches you can see just how dark they are once applied. I find myself going for the same shade on a daily basis (second row on the left) and find this matches my brows perfectly. The shades last really well and I don't need any top ups throughout the day and the wax keeps my brows in place to. I love that I can use this to fill in my brows and get a natural looking finish. I highly recommend this product and at £3.50 it doesn't break the bank at all.

You can purchase the brow palettes here for £3.50. There's 2 palettes available light-medium and medium-dark. I received medium-dark. Find my introductory post on the brand here.

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1 comment:

  1. I haven't heard of this brand before but it looks fab and at £3.50 for this palette you really can't argue with the price! I'll definitely be keeping my eye out for this one :) x


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