Frame your face the sassiest way with our freshest drop: Blink Brow Bar. Hailing from London, this salon turned makeup brand are killin’ it when it comes to eyebrow makeup. And, going by the Blink Brow Bar reviews, they’re the best in the business. Here’s everything you need to know about the newest brows on the block and the best Blink Brow Bar products
Who is Blink Brow Bar?
Blink are the brow experts. Based in London, the gals know exactly how to use eyebrow makeup to create a statement brow or accentuate your natural features.
Founded by Vanita Parti, these guys introduced eyebrow threading to the UK, based on traditional Indian techniques. Vanita set up the first ever walk in brow bar in 2014, so now you know exactly who to thank for your killa’ brows.
Vanita Parti herself has received an MBE for her services to the Beauty industry and her charity work in India, and the brand is fillin’ up the trophy cabinet receiving awards from everyone, from Harpers Bazaar to CEW.
Blink Brow Bar reviews
From five star press reviews to customers saying they’ll never shop anywhere else, these are our favourite reviews of Blink Brow Bar.
Queen of brows
Glamour Magazine, on Vanita Parti
This innovative formula ensures that whether you use wax, pencil or powder, your arches will be totally smudge-proof
Stella Magazine’s Top Coat Blink Brow Bar review
What are the best Blink Brow Bar Products?
- BBB London Eye Wonder Colour Stick
- Brow Styling Gel
- Brow Build Gel
- Conceal and Lift
- Arch Definer
- Iconic Lash Mascara
- Brow Tamer
- Ultra Slim Brow Definer
- Brow Sculpting Brush
- Nourishing Brow Oil
Famed for the eyebrow makeup, Blink have expanded their range to include eye makeup too. Want to know the products you need to start haulin’ first? This is our edit of the top 10 Blink Brow Bar products to add-to-bag RN.
The newest drop by BBB London has officially got us obsessed. This creamy stick eyeshadow applies heavily pigmented straight from the applicator. Either leave for a trend-led block colour look, or blend out with a fluffy makeup brush, or simply pat in with your fingers for a smoked out effect.