Revolution have launched another new brow product, and this time it’s the Revolution Fast Brow Pen Pomade. They are seriously on a roll with their new brow releases, what with the Soap Styler, Brow Sculpt Kit and Bushy Brow Pen all being launched within the last four weeks. The Revolution Fast Brow Pen Pomade looks really unique to anything else I’ve seen before, and I can’t wait to give it a try.
Revolution Fast Brow Pen Pomade
The Revolution Fast Brow Pen Pomade helps you create a microbladed brows in a flash. Featuring a clickable teardrop applicator, that spreads pomade smoothly through the brows in one quick motion. The unique flexible comb tip creates multiple individual hairs in a single swipe for a fluffy effect.
Click to dispense product, for optimum results wipe any excess product onto hand before use. Swipe through brows in the direction of hair growth to instantly create hair-like lines.
Isododecane, Ethylene/propylene Copolymer, Isohexadecane, Di-c20-40 Alkyl Dimer Dilinoleate, Polyethylene, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Isobutylmethacrylate/Bis-hydroxypropyl Dimethicone Acrylate Copolymer, Tocopheryl Acetate, Phenoxyethanol. May Contain: CI 77891 (titanium Dioxide), CI 77492 (iron Oxides), CI 77491 (iron Oxides), CI 77499 (iron Oxides).
Revolution Fast Brow Pen Pomade Shades:
- Ash Brown
- Medium Brown
- Dark Brown
The Revolution Fast Brow Pen Pomade is £6, contains 1g of product and is available in five shades. The shades are all quite dark, so those with blonde, grey or light brown hair might struggle to find a decent shade match.
The lightest shade is ‘Bronde’ which is for light brown hair, and the deepest shade is ‘Granite’ which looks like a great cool toned deep brown which would work well for dark brunette or black hair.
The Revolution Fast Brow Pen Pomade is a clickable, rose gold, plastic pen with a really strange rounded plastic applicator with plastic bristles.
The pomade pumps through the centre of the applicator, and the bristles then help you to comb through the brows to evenly apply the pomade. It’ll be interesting to see how effective the plastic brush applicator will be, and if it applies too much product, so I can’t wait to give it a try.