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It's a little different than most tinted eyebrow gels in that the formula contains tiny fibers that help to volumize sparse areas in the brow - and is doesn't dry crunchy which is a plus. It is kind of pricey though and I've heard that Maybelline has a product that is quite similar.
Beth B. asked, “How does this differ from any of the other Brow products you have tried? I keep seeing it and am tempted to buy. ”
I just tested a few of the green color Correctors against each other. This Urban Decay is similar to the Sephora Bright Future corrector (which is less expensive). They worked similarly but both had pros & cons. The UD formula is creamier and blends better - the applicator is larger which is more helpful if you have to cover a large areas. However, I do find that it tends to settle into pores a little. The Sephora version is less creamy but doesn't settle into pores as much. But the best one, I think., is the Becca. The formula is amazing. Creamy yet sheer and slightly tacky in a good way. Blends well, doesn't settle into pores. More seamless.
Diedre F. asked, “I've been debating on purchasing this but I'm unsure if it will work. I recently purchased the Color FX color corrector and it was terrible. It covered the color ok but it really brought out my pores and my foundation slid right off.
I've seen some YouTube personalities use this but I want to know from you guys of this works, doesn't accentuate my pores, and fond action doesn't slide off ”