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Monday, May 22, 2017

3 Second Brow Eyebrow Stamp

3 Second Brow Eyebrow Stamp
$14.99 Bed Bath & Beyond

It was only a matter of time before Facebook figured out how to add ads of potential interest on our feeds.  About a month ago, I noticed that intermittently, advertisements for beauty products and gadgets would pop up in between photos of friends trips, birthday's and kids graduations.

Pretty much, they've got me...I find them irresistible not to open.  Hence, my discovery of 3 Second Brow Eyebrow Stamp.  Now this, I had to try...

Such an interesting concept! Literally stamping on a fuller brow, with a long lasting, water resistant powder.  I purchased it the next day.

I really should have taken pictures of my first attempts...

'Nuf said...

3 Second Brow Eyebrow Stamp will give you serious brows,  of Cara Delavigne, Lilly Collins proportions.  For most of us, that is going to be more length and width than our eye is used to and our face is proportioned for.

There is a steep learning curve to mastering this. My best success came from dabbing the sponge applicators very lightly into the product and then very gently, dabbing it on in two steps, splitting my brows in half.  I particularly like that it creates more of a, "tail", than I have ever had.  It comes with two stamp forms, one is more arched than the other.  I like them both.

Left Brow Before

Right brow after with the "arched" stamp

I then finish my brow, by filling in any spots the stamp missed, by dipping an angled bristled brush in the brow powder.  I think it creates a very pretty, more defined, natural looking fuller brow.

What do you think???

I'm not sure this is a product for everyone, but I'm glad I stayed with it long enough to get the hang of it.

Better name??? 3 Minute Brow Eyebrow Stamp...



  1. Horrible....good idea, but the plastic application holder doesn't allow you to SEE where you are stamping your brows! Wast of $20.00 (Canadian)....

  2. Anon,
    Agree, you definitely have to fiddle with placement. It's easier for me to just apply with a brush, so I do use the brow product, but rarely the stamp at this point.




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