e.l.f. Lock On Liner and Brow Cream

Once upon a time a girl had an issue with buying cosmetics that she did not need nor could afford. Then one day great products starting being created by well-known, affordable brands. One of those brands happen to be e.l.f. Cosmetics and now she is in trouble. Kidding but at the end of the December I was prepping for wedding that I was hired as a makeup artist and barber to the groom and the groomsmen. As I was strolling through the aisles of TJ Maxx and the Dollar Store searching for tools and products for a deal I saw the e.l.f. Lock On Liner and Brow Cream and thought that I would give it a try. And HOLY SHIT this is what happened.

Obsessed e.l.f. Lock On Liner and Brow Cream $4

Credit: elf Cosmetics
e.l.f. eyebrow creamI am in love with this product and I love that the it is very budget friendly and will not make me do a double take when I check my bank statements like the Anastasia Beverly Hills products do. Do not get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE the Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade however this eyebrow product was developed by a brand that went from being overlooked to growing tremendously in the past 3 years. That being said, I had to give it a try. Actually no one had to convince me, I was going to try it either way due to the fact that I have multiple products from e.l.f. and I highly doubt that I will stop purchasing from them anytime soon. Enough talking here is the review of the Lock On Liner and Brow Cream. 

The packaging of this eyebrow product is very similar to the ABH Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade. Both are see through with a black lid but unlike the ABH container which has a glass bottom and hard shiny black lid of the ABH, this one consists of a hard plastic bottom half with the matte finish, black hard plastic screw off top which I adore for travel purposes.

Product Consistency
eyebrowsThe e.l.f. Lock On Liner and Brow Cream is very creamy with a light to medium consistency and not as thick as the Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade. I am not sure if the product is waterproof because I set my makeup with setting spray to ensure longevity however due to this product being a semi thick I hope that it is. But one of the things I found that benefiting me on the consistency level was it's multiple uses. Of course the first is eyebrows
And the other use happens to be on the scalp and hairs on top of your head.

Thinning Hair
As I mentioned earlier in the post I was hired for a wedding. During this wedding I was specifically asked to do only the beard, hair and makeup of the groom. The makeup portion consisted of concealing dark circles which I did with the NYX Conceal Correct Contour Palette in Light and then I set it with my ABH Light Contour Palette. Once that was done that is when the fun part started. Not wanting to darken his brows more than usual but noticing that his hair was thinning and the spray on product that he had was not going to do the trick. Me being the creative person that I am I applied the e.l.f. Lock On Liner and Brow Cream to his scalp by making small hair-like strokes directly on his scalp and slightly blending it on his hair strands to create the illusion of more hair.

Overall this e.l.f. Lock On Liner and Brow Cream is really great and although my ABH keeps me looking amazing, I'm all about "Quality over quantity. Fuck it. I will try both". SUBSCRIBE to these obsessions and Follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Instagram.

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