I thought I’d show you some photos of the Veluxe Brow Liner. For now, I only got the shade Brunette but once this collection is available for sale at MAC stores, I will be picking up a few of the other shades as well. As far as I know, Veluxe Brow Liners are being introduced by MAC for the first time which means Veluxe Brow Liners are new. I also will be swatching a couple of the other items being released in this line. The Brow Pencil in Lingering is not a new product. It is part of the permanent range. You can get it at any time. While the concept of Brow Duos is new to MAC, the shades that they come in are not new and are also part of the permanent range, in single eyeshadow form.
I purchased Espresso a long time ago because a youtube guru used it all the time on her eyebrows and she had gorgeous full eyebrows. She also happens to have glowy African-American skin much darker than my odd, sallow skin so once again what looks lovely on someone else, did not look as good on me (you’d think I’d learned that by now). Espresso gave a reddish caste to my eyebrows which was horrible enough on its own but it also clashed horribly with my blonde hair. I picked up Cork and Wedge to blend together but for some reason I just favored Cork and started using it for my brows on it’s own a lot (I’ve hit pan in under a year!) and a few weeks ago I purchased Coquette at the MAC store in Marina Mall while stalking Bath and Body Works. Still haven’t played with Coquette enough yet but for the time being, Cork is doing a great job for me both when I was a blonde and now as a brunette. I also purchased and finished up Lingering in under 3 months but I’m saving it so I can use what little is left for swatch comparisons which is what I did in this post.
Here’s a comparison swatch in this order Espresso, Cork, Coquette, and Brow Liner in Brunette.
Here’s another comparison swatch of Eyeshadows Espresso, Cork, Coquette, Brow Liner in Brunette and Brow Pencil in Lingering.