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Review: L’Oreal Paris Brow Artist Plumper in Dark Brunette

By Dorkchops @dorkchopsworld

There have been a lot more brow mascaras reaching the shelves in drugstores and I couldn’t be more excited! L’Oreal was one of the brands to do so, coming out with the Brow Artist Plumper. They don’t have a wide range of color selections, which I find to be quite disappointing but I’m hoping that they will bring out more. Dark Brunette is more of a true brown. I have read many times that people are always searching for brow mascaras that have an ashy tone to them so if you are one of those people, then this brow mascara is not for you unfortunately! =(


The brush wand is perfect for the brows because it is not too large to the point where you have no control of where the product will apply but it’s not too small that it takes a long time to use. It is the perfect shape to quickly do your brows and I’ve found that it has been fantastic for me to use everyday when I’m in a rush.


My brows are already naturally quite full but the brow mascara does a great job at evening them out and setting them in place for the whole day. It does sort of make them feel a little stiff when you touch them but it’s not stiff enough that it feels uncomfortable or looks unnatural.

The brow mascara is very expensive (~$19) but in comparison to others such as the Benefit Gimme Brow, which is $35, it is not too bad. It also has a lot more product inside! I would definitely recommend this brow mascara for people who have been curious to try one but the color range is quite limited, which I think is the main negative point of this product.


♡ Adds fullness to the brows

♡ Darkens/tints the brows

♡ Does not smudge


♡ Makes the brows feel stiff

♡ Expensive

♡ Limited shade range (missing ashier tones)


Disclaimer: Although I did not purchase the product myself, all my reviews regardless of how I received them are 100% honest and genuine!

Review: L’Oreal Paris Brow Artist Plumper in Dark Brunette

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