Rapid Brow – a review …

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After having such a great success with Rapid Lash, I decided to try Rapid Brow and started using it on the 20th January 2018.

At that time, my eyebrows looked like this:-

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In this photos I had just had them threaded, so they do look pretty neat and tidy.

Rapid brow comes with a mascara type applicator that they advise you to apply twice a day.  I have only applied it in the evenings as I found it does leave a bit of a residue on the brows and I didn’t fancy that during the day.

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I have to say, that my brows have definitely thickened and grown – in fact, when I have them threaded, I now have to have them trimmed as well, and thats a first for me. This is how they looked a month ago:-

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This is how they looked today.  I had them threaded, trimmed, waxed and plucked yesterday, and also tinted.  In future, I think I will forego the tint as my brows are actually quite dark enough naturally.  I think it looks a bit alarming with my great hair!!

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To sum up, Rapid Brow, as with Rapid Lash, does work and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is wanting to thicken their brows.  I know this is a problem for many, especially if they have been subjected to over plucking in the past.

Have a great week dear friends…

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Author: Gail Henderson

Hi, and welcome to my blog. My loves are make-up, beauty and fashion, food, style and beautiful things. That just about covers everything! I am a qualified beauty therapist but not practising. I hope you enjoy reading the blog. Follow me on Instagram gailhenderson01 and Twitter @gailsbeautyblog

5 thoughts on “Rapid Brow – a review …”

  1. I need to thicken one side that is thinner… I have been using Latisse there on occasion which works great for lashes but does nothing for my brows. I will have to look into this.

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