I first “got into” brows after a rather vintage episode of Oprah where she demonstrated the difference in faces after shaping and filling in the often ignored eyebrow. What I thought initially would be an episode that would lead me down the road of my Auntie Val who had silent movie star perfect “drawn” eyebrows 24 −7, instead brought a realization: a little brow powder was something magical, a whole makeover to structure my face more definitively without much fuss or skill. It was like my eyes were brighter, my cheeks seemed perkier, my whole face a bit more lit up.
And its simple.
Today I am thrilled that celebrity makeup artist Chantal Moore is sharing a cruelty-free, vegan brow powder from Tarte that also doubles as a hair powder for a bit of oomph when you need it!
From Chantal: “I’m a huge fan of Tarte both personally and professionally. When I’m discussing favorite brands with a progressive focus on ethics, ingredients and formulations- Tarte always comes up. Tarte makes it easy to check their product ingredients and my vegan friends will be grateful to know that they can go to the Tarte website where you will find a page letting us all know what products within the brand are vegan. You might be surprised to know that Tarte has an actual vegan collection. These are Tarte products that are not just cruelty free, but are formulated vegan. This is one of them.
Tarte Amazonian Clay Volumizing Brow and Hair Powder is part of Tarte’s vegan collection and has a super impressive selection of shades. If you desire thicker brows with dimension this powder will do the trick. Also, as the name implies- this powder can be used anywhere on the scalp to fill in any areas of thinning hair.
In selecting your shade for brows a good tip is to aim for a shade closest to or just a tad lighter than your own natural shade to keep it most natural in appearance.
Learn more and find your perfect shade match here.”
Chantal Moore works closely with some of the biggest names in music, fashion and film.
Her beauty and makeup advice regularly appears in such magazines as InStyle and Glamour, and she has appeared on television as a beauty expert for E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network and Fine Living Network.