Hello and welcome to the final post in my Week with Freedom. Are you sad to see it go? Don't worry, with new launches just around the corner, I'm 100% sure Freedom Makeup will feature again and again :) I had a blast testing & writing up these posts for you and I hope you had as much fun visiting me & one brand only for a whole blogging week :) Let me know what you think of the concept in general? Was it a yay or a nay from you? As we said goodbye to October last night and partied zombie style, it's time to say hello to November and what a start to the month. It's a lovely sunny Sunday outside and I can't wait to come out and play :)
I thought of ending the Freedom Week with a bang and what better way to do so, than by introducing you to their brand new brow product - THE BROW POMADE !! That's right, all the countless comments left by yours truly, incisively on Mr Minto's Instagram paid off (check out his Insta profile here). I was beyond excited to hear of the launch and of course had to order some goodies to test them out for you :) Let's just get one thing straight. This is a positive review, in fact, it's bloody amazing !!! :)
As I class myself as fair hair maiden (that's right, deal with it lol), I tend to have a little difficulty with brow products in general. Anything warm just doesn't suit me. I've ordered two pomades, just picked 2 lightest shades and rolled with it. Super pleased to confirm that both Blonde and Taupe aren't for warm toned, super hyper YAY !!! I have done swatches for you so please check them out to compare but Blonde is more of a neutral, lighter shade than Taupe. It's not as cool toned as ashy Taupe but it's a great alternative for ladies not convinced that all blondes should walk around with dark grey brows :) I personally use them both, just because lol. I tend to fill in front with Blonde and end the arch with Taupe.
Glass pot hiding 2.5 g of a product (which is a lot for a personal use). Plastic, black top with Freedom logo and clear markings at the bottom of a pot, showing shade & weight etc. I find it professional looking, little on a heavier side than for example plastic Inglot packaging but in line or slightly less heavy than Color Tattoo pots.
This gel/cream formula isn't drying and not too creamy either. It's very easy to apply and blend. You only need a little as it's very pigmented. I find it's best applied with thin angled brush (check out Wilko's here for £1.00 & Zoeva's 317 for £5.95 here). Formula is really hard wearing. It will stay on all day & night (believe me - tested lol). It also has wax like qualities, keeping your brow hair in order. Superb :)
PRO Brow Pomade Taupe - Designed for light blond hair/ platinum / grey etc. It will suit all the ashy, cool toned blondes.
|From left Pro Brow Pomade Blonde & Taupe|
PRO Brow Pomade Blonde - Designed for blonde hair. It will suit any blonde, especially ones with warmer tones to their hair. Up to medium/dark blonde hair.
From me Pro Brow Pomades get 5 out of 5 stars !! I really can't fault this product in anything. Price is incredible and at £5 per pot you get a hell lot of a product !! Packaging is great and in line with other brow pomades on the market. Formula is pretty incredible and 11 colours in the range means a perfect option for anyone. I can't praise this enough but it's been a true pleasure to test this !! I am in love with them and already ordered few more shades to be gifted to friends and family. I don't have much experience with ABH pomade as I only tried it few times, but I really can't see how the Freedom formula be any different or worse. You get a ton of a superb quality product for a fiver - I'm not shopping around :) If you'd like to see the range, just click here for more info.
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