Review: Glo Minerals Brow Powder Duo

Duo in Auburn
When I first dyed my hair from blonde to auburn, I couldn't figure out why something on my face looked a little out of place. It turned out it was my eyebrows. While the hair color looked natural, the brows didn't have that same hint of red; they were flat blonde-brown. Today, I fill my brows with auburn brow powders, but they can be much harder to find than those for blondes or brunettes. Glo Minerals offers a unique option with their Brow Powder Duo.

Pros:
  • Comes with two colors for mixing
  • Long-lasting
  • Pressed compact travels easily
  • A little goes a long way
  • Offered in a range of colors
  • Retail availbility
Cons:
  • Moderately priced (around $25 each)
Summary:
These powder duos are an interesting twist on the usual brow options. Having two colors is great for mixing, and adjusting your color if you use dye that fades over time, like mine. I was very glad to see the auburn color offered, but it should be noted that it is fairly dark. It might be a little too intense for strawberry blondes, but maybe the left color could be mixed with a blonde shade for a custom hue. This product was reformulated in the last few years to remove parabens, a great move in my opinion. The current formula rates about a 3 on the EWG Skin Deep database, which is mainly weighed down by the use of vitamin A. If you're looking for more from your brow powder, Glo makes a versatile option with their brow powder duos.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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