We all know that eyebrows are the rediscovery of the season. Everyone is paying more attention to grooming these little furry face accents, and a perfect brow is now right at the top of any lady’s beauty check list.
Dolce&Gabbana has answered all of you eyebrow artists’ dreams with their latest product: the Brow Liner. Conceived to create a tailor-made shape that enhances the wearer’s natural look, the brow liner is presented in a mechanical pencil format that twists up fresh colour when need, the pencil does not require sharpening and provides consistent, even colour with every application.
As an indispensable tool for creating a variety of brow looks, the brow liner’s applicator is versatile and precise. The nib offers a flat, broad edge and a finer tip for a balance of buildable colour and definition. A spiral grooming brush sits at the opposite end of the pencil, further blending brow colour and grooming hairs for a perfectly balanced brow.
Pat McGrath explains: “A strong brow look is bang on trend this season, and the new brow liner from Dolce&GabbanaMake Up allows you to create the perfect tailor-made look for you. Each of the four gorgeous shades create amazing definition, and the water-resistant formula with the mechanical brush make for effortless and precise dual application.”
Need a long lasting brow? Once applied, the colour remains in place for up to 12hours thanks to its water-resistant formula.
The colours available are: Stromboli, Mocha, Chestnut and Soft Brown, and the Liners are available to purchase in selected stores now. If you want to know more about The Brow Liner click here.
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