Freedom Makeup London Eyebrow Pomade Review

This week’s blog is a review of them Freedom Makeup London Eyebrow Pomade, I use the shade soft brown. I hate my eyebrows but this makes them somewhat presentable. They are thin and only look as if they go as far as where my arch begins because after that they are much lighter in colour! I am hoping to get HD brows soon but until then this is my saviour. Β I will be filling you in on:

1. Product Description,

2. Price and

3. Packaging

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On the left I have no makeup on and on he right I have a full face of makeup on. The only product I have on my brows is the Freedom London Makeup Eyebrow Pomade and as you can see it makes a massive difference!

1. Product Description:

On the Tam Beauty website – the owner of Freedom Makeup London and other brands such a Makeup Revolution – the eyebrow pomade is described as β€œProfessional Bold Brow Impact from Pro Brow Pomade is the most effective ‘bullet-proof’ solution for HD Brows. Its gel like formula performs all day for bold brow impact. Available in eleven shades to complement all skin tones and hair colours. Perfect for creating professionally defined, natural-looking brows. Shade: Soft Brown – for medium brown hair with warm highlights.”

I agree with the product description. Β It lasts for very long periods of time and it does not fade or smudge. I have tried many products to make my brows look some way decent and this is the best I have tried so far. This product is supposedly a dupe for the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade which also comes in 11 shades. All eleven shades by both brands have similar names but this does not necessarily mean that for example, Medium Brown by Freedom Makeup London is the same as Medium Brown by Anastasia Beverly Hills.

A look I did on myself using the Freedom Makeup London Eyebrow Pomade

2. Price:

On the Tam Beauty website, the pomade costs €7.01. A lot of pharmacies/ drugstores stock Freedom Makeup London so check your local one to see if they do.

You get 2.5g of product which does not seem like much but I have been using my first pot every day for nearly 5 months and I am only about half way through. I think it is great value for money.


Another makeup look I did on myself using the Eyebrow Pomade.

3. Packaging:

The outer packaging is a black cardboard box. On the top of the box, it has the brand and product name, the bottom of the box is blank. On the front of the box is the shade. On the left are the barcode and manufacturing details. The back has the lifespan of the product, weight and batch number. The right side of the box has the list of ingredients.

The pomade is contained in a clear plastic circular pot with a black circular plastic lid. There is a circular label on the bottom of the pot that has some of the information that was on the box and the lid just has the brand name on it.


A collage of th Eyebrow Pomade packaging.

I would love to hear any thoughts you have on my blog. If you have tried Freedom Makeup London Eyebrow Pomade please let me know your opinion of it in the comments.

Disclaimer: all opinions expressed and photos used are my own. Prices quoted are correct at time of writing. This post is not sponsored.

If you want a product list for any of the looks posted in the blog they will be up on my Instagram: The Irish Unicorn Beauty Blog.

Thank you for reading! I shall be posting another blog next Wednesday so stay tuned and I hope you have a fantastic week.

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TheIrishUnicornBeautyBlog

I'm am a 23 year old Irish girl. I've a love for beauty and anything that sparkles hence the name. I'm not a trained makeup artist I just try products see how I feel about them and then review them!

2 thoughts on “Freedom Makeup London Eyebrow Pomade Review”

  1. I nearly purchased the makeup revolution one of this, but I didn’t. I wish I did now! Or I might look for the freedom one, it looks amazing!

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