Good brows and full lashes have a make ’em or break ’em factor when it comes to your face. We notice each other’s skin but how often are you checking out someone’s brow and lash game? I would be lying if I said I didn’t judge brows upon first meeting someone…. not to make anyone self-conscious, but sorry y’all, this is my day job. I can’t help myself!
Somehow I’ve missed Grande Cosmetics over the years; they regularly attend professional trade shows and pop up in spa mags. It wasn’t until I saw Anna’s lash serum results that I paid any mind to the brand. I was sold and charged my card away! I’ll update on the brow and lash serums in a few weeks, but today we’re talking about fortifying your forgotten hairs –where most brands seem to do the opposite.
Grande Cosmetics Brow-Fill and Mascara were game changers for me.
My struggle with brittle lashes and brows was due to makeup. I would have so much fall out resulting in sparse, sad eye-framing. It’s one of my personal pet-peeves, I hate it. Both formulas are infused with peptides and ingredients to condition, giving those forgotten hairs a little extra love. I swear other brands skimp here because I’ve never had results like this before. Combined with the serums I have the most dramatic, full, lush lashes and brows!
I’ve had friends ask if I have eyelash extensions (I don’t) and receive compliments on my brows often (PRAISE YOU). I may have even replied “I know” a few times, because confidence. Needless to say, these two formulas are my newest holy-grail-will-purchase-forever staples.
Grande Brow-Fill ($19.95) comes in two colors, light and dark. I like my brows bold, so dark is a perfect match. Prior to meeting Brow-Fill my go-to was Glossier Boy Brow. This formula surpasses it and still provides the perfect, tiny precision brush Boy Brow devouts love. Unlike Boy Brow, Grande’s Brow-Fill grasps every hair perfectly and even fills in sparse areas just enough to give the illusion of a full brow–something I could never achieve with Glossier. And, it truly lasts all day.
Grande Mascara ($24.95) inky black formula combined with its brush achieves a generous lift, even without curling. The end result is gorgeous full, long waterproof lashes that’s easily removed! I’ve had zero issues with removal and my lash fallout has subsided almost entirely since switching over from my typical department store purchases. For once in my life, I’ve finally found a mascara to go steady with. Really.