Do these TikTok-approved eyebrow stamps really work?

Sometimes you can get a little carried away shaping your brows. Trying to make the “sisters” look like “twins” can lead to some gnarly results. 

TikTokers are now boasting a quick and easy way to get the perfect brow shape in seconds. It requires no brow gel, powder or even soap. Beauty gurus have gone mad for Madluvv’s Brow Stamps. The innovative stamping kit promises to deliver the ideal shape instantly. 

Watch as In The Know’s Lisa Azcona shares her first impressions of the viral product.

“People are claiming that it works like magic,” Lisa says. “Basically, it takes little to no effort to get the intended results, so I had to put it to the test.”

The kit includes the stamp, five different brow stencils and a spoolie brush. Madluvv says its Brow Stamps are highly pigmented, matte, water-resistant and sweat-resistant. 

First, Lisa chose stencil number four as her ideal brow shape and used the stamp in “dark brown.” 

Next, she aligned the tail end of the stencil with the end of her brow. She lightly patted the sponge applicator of the stamp over the stencil. 

“Here, you will want to start at the tail end of your brow,” Lisa says. 

Then, she used the spoolie to comb the pigment through her brows

When she was done, she was literally “shook” at how perfect her eyebrows looked. 

“Guys, I can’t believe how great this turned out,” Lisa declares. “My eyebrows looked fuller almost instantly. They’re pretty symmetrical too which is always a pain point of mine.”

Normally, it takes her twice or even three times as long to fill in her brows with a pencil. 

“It’s super important that you don’t overlook the step of brushing your brows with a spoolie because otherwise, they’ll look super rigid and intense,” Lisa adds. 

She also recommends doing your eye shadow after your brows so that the stamp doesn’t interfere with your makeup

“This product is a 10 out of 10,” Lisa says. “I love it, and I definitely will be using this!” 

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