The day is finally here! Say hello to your brows’ new best friend – the Nourish & Define Brow Pencil. It’s the growth-activated, ultra-precise, 100% natural, vegan pencil you’ve been waiting so, so patiently for.
HOW IT WORKS
The dual-ended Nourish & Define Brow Pencil naturally promotes the growth of your brows while adding all-day color and definition to your favorite feature.
If you’re a long-time, card-carrying member of the Pluminati, you’ve likely been waiting a WHILE for our next products to finally arrive. And seriously, all the love to you for your patience! The time has come for some very exciting launches, so let’s chat about what's coming down the line!
In this blog, we’re chatting about:
What’s taking so long
Newness available October 21st
What’s coming in November
Products coming in the near future
What’s Taking So Long
The common methods of launching a new beauty product are either to:
Buying less: we’re beauty lovers too, and at first glance, this idea does not sound fun. But we swear, it’s not as scary as it seems. Let’s chat about the “why” of buying less: how it can save you money, save you time, and save the planet while you’re at it. Today’s blog is about:
So, you’re trying to transition to vegan beauty products. Or maybe you’re already there and just want more information. Either way, we’re here to help with the most common animal-products you’ll find in brow fillers.
While some ingredients are obvious, many are hard to spot, have multiple names, or have the same name whether derived from plants or animals. Let’s clear all that up so you can easily pick products that align with your ethos.
THREE TYPICAL BROW PRODUCT INGREDIENT LISTS
Bolded below are the most common animal-derived ingredients to look out for in your natural or conventional brow products. Find out more on each ingredient below:
Let’s chat lash extensions. We get asked often if our serum works with extensions, and the answer is yes! So today we’re talking aboutwhy, and we’re digging a little deeper into the extension world for you. Keep reading for:
Using oil-based products with extensions – the truth
Extensions + our Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum
What can affect your lash extensions + how to make them last
How to find a qualified lash technician
Are lash extensions safe? Digging into the ingredients
Today we're chatting about lash serums and the hormone-like compounds that are found in many of them.
Lash growth products (and all beauty and skincare products) are classified as either a pharmaceutical (drug) or a cosmetic.
The only lash serum in the drug category is the glaucoma treatment turned lash serum, Latisse. All the rest are classified as cosmetics.
DRUGS VS COSMETICS
Products classified as drugs are required to disclose all potential side effects to consumers and must get FDA approval before going to market. They're also required to prove their safety and effectiveness. Of course, a d...
Brows – this decade’s ever-evolving obsession: Instagram brows, natural brows, microbladed brows, brushed-up brows, boy brows, even squiggly brows (#whatislife). With so much going on, it can be confusing deciding what to do with your brows. Read through the common brow mistakes you might be making + find tips for brows that look natural and suit you best!
While microblading has its cons, we can understand the allure of waking up to perfectly shaped and filled brows. We've heard from many ladies with very light, sparse, or non-existent brows that the process was a major confidence booster for them. While we’re still on team #growyourownbrows naturally (because we know it can be done!), we’re here with more information to help you make your decision. And whatever you choose, we can help with growing your own brows with/without microblading!
It can be very confusing reading ingredient labels - natural ingredients sound like chemicals, some chemicals are safe, most of them sound alike - we get it. So we're here to be the truth teller, to do the research for you, and to of course provide you with products you don't ever have to question the safety of.
Keep reading for a little illumination on the top 8 toxins you may find (and should avoid) in your brow products.