RevitaBrow From RevitaLash Cosmetics Review

August 6, 2015


I really struggle with my eyebrows. They’re a little sparse in places and I’ve just never really been happy with them. A week ago I was sent the new RevitaLash Cosmetics RevitaBrow advanced eyebrow conditioner and the Hi-Def Tinted Brow Gel. Now in the spirit of full disclosure I get sent numerous products to try but I rarely try everything and I seldom blog about what I do try. I’d have to have something very passionate to say (good or not-so-good) about it to write a post . I’ve decided to write about these RevitaBrow products because I’m a) curious about it and b) the eyebrow conditioner is $145 for 3ml (4 month supply) and I figured I’d like someone I trust to review something this expensive before I invest in it. So here we are.

I’ve been using the eyebrow conditioner for a week now, the product description says you ought to see results of “dramatic, healthy, soft, plush and healthy-looking eyebrows” in about three weeks. I’ll keep you posted. For now I thought I’d just tell you a little about the products.

RevitaBrow Advanced Eyebrow Conditioner: works with natural eyebrows to help enhance the look of sparse or damaged brows. The key ingredients include Vitamin B7, green tea extract, ginseng, Vitamin B and calendula together help minimise breakage and brittleness, help protect and revitalise and retain moisture so eyebrows don’t become dry and brittle. As I mentioned this product retails for $145 for 3ml (for a 4 month supply).

RevitaBrow Hi-Def Tinted Brow Gel: I use brow pencils all the time, and started using this brow gel as soon as I received it. The brow gel builds colour really well so you can create the colour intensity you want very easily. It ticks the usual box of filling in sparse areas but also helps tame unruly brows. I can’t say if this product makes a huge difference or if it’s better or worse than a normal eyebrow pencil. I definitely use it but would I swap my eyebrow pencil out for it? The jury is still out. This product retails for $46.

I’ll be back in a few weeks to touch base about how I’ve gone with the eyebrow conditioner.

These RevitaBrow products are dermatologist and ophthalmologist review, clinically tested, hypo-allergenic, non-irritating and not tested on animals. You can find out more about these products on the RevitaLash Facebook page.

Do you use eyebrow products? Have you tried these ones?
Lena Dunham shared this instagram picture of her success with RevitaBrow, I don’t have the same brow issues as she does though…



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