This is a really nice gel with two different sides of the brush to apply to brows or lashes. It's clear, very light texture, and doesn't clump or flake off. Hypo-allergenic and Dermatologically tested. Not sure why others here have had such a negative experience with it.
No7 is boots own brand, which I don't usually buy. I had a voucher and got suckered in, so bought this with £5 off, but even at a cost of £5.50, with the money off, I really dont feel it was worth it. It hasn't 'fixed' or held my eyebrows in any kind of form and is just a water based gel that has no effect on the eyebrow, no shine or hold in any way. Waste of money, and the No7 packaging is really quite un appealing. It's going straight in the bin. If I had paid £10.50 for this I'd have been very miffed.
This item was expensive, and I agree with the other reviews - it did nothing to hold my brow hairs in place! It was a total waste of money.
This product is supposed to be a conditioning gel but I found nothing conditioning about it. I used it as a clear mascara and got a little lash definition. Product really fell short so I won't be repurchasing.
Poor performing product. The gel has absolutely no holding power - swiping on my brows generously, it did not hold my brow hairs at all. If it can't even work to shape brow hairs, it doesn't stand a chance with lashes IMO, so I didn't even bother trying it with my straight asian lashes. I'm going to take this back to the store tomorrow *sigh*
(Gave it one lippie b/c of the packaging and the unique, dual-purposed brush. Great idea, if only the gel itself followed through!)
So I was looking for a clear mascara so I could sidestep the smearing underneath the eye problem. Just something to hold the curl on my super straight Asian lashes. Well, this wasn't it. Did absolutely nothing, didn't hold the curl and got flaky after a while. Since it's also for the brows, I tried it on my brows and it did nothing to hold my unruly brows in place. Straight to the trashcan.
This is a clear gel which comes in what effectively looks like a mascara container. The brush that comes with it is a mascara wand. It is meant to enhance and define the eyelashes and also keep the eyebrows in place. I bought it for brows and have never used it on my lashes (don't really see why I would want to but then I have fair eyelashes - maybe those blessd with dark lashes might have a use for it...)
The brush is no doubt perfect for eyelashes but really not suitable for application to the brows. You have to resort to trying to turn it sideways, which doesn't work either.
I tend to apply this to brows before and/or after applying colour (usually via a solid block).It does help the colour to stick, I feel, but doesn't really do much in the way of keeping brows in place. It's only the odd really stubborn hair that I wanted to keep in place but these are precisely the ones that it can't tame.
If you use this as I have described above, that means that, after the first use, it is no longer a clear gel in the tube but becomes a very unsightly dishwater brown colour. Not an especially nice sight! I also find that it is nigh on impossible to get the stuff from the bottom of the container. I have now resorted to keeping the container upside down but it's still quite difficult to get it all out.