Thursday, 14 January 2016

Silk Fibre Enhancer: Review

Happy new year everyone!! I hope you had an amazing time with your loved ones.

If you are on a hunt for a brow enhancer that is easy to use,  gives a natural effect , adds shape and volume. Then Silk oils of Morocco fibre enhancer may be perfect for you. It works really well on it's own or mixed with other products ( I.e pencil, eye shadow, etc).

Silks oils of Morocco's fibre enchanter comes in 5 shades
Extra light: fair brows
Light: blond brows
Medium: medium brown brows
Dark: dark brown brows
Extra dark: very dark/ black brows

I'm using the darkest shade in extra brown as my brows are fairly dark. I've been using the brow enhancer for approximately 4 weeks and I must say it adapts very well to my skin. I tend to get really oily around my brows and forehead area, so usually whenever I pencil my brows I tend to set it with a loose powder to matt it.

I found that this enhancer is more On the Matt side, therefore I don't need to set it with powder. I have very thin and messy brows but this product tends to help give my brows shape, fullness and also keep them in place. To be fair even if you have very thin brows or  none I feel you can create a naturally looking strong brows with this product, 

I've noticed it takes about  60 seconds to set and to he honest it's not hard to use. It's much quicker to use than a pencil. I use it the same way I would use a pencil to fill in my brows.   Removal is easy as well I just washed my face with warm water.

As you can see from the pictures above my brows really looks filled. This product gave me a more thick and defined brows. However, although I do like the fibre enhancer I  will continue to pencil in my brows as I'm very familiar with that method,  but I will also use the enhancer as a setting powder. 

The brow enhancer can be purchased from Silk of Morocco Oil for £24.95 alternatively from  Boots  for £19.99.

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