Colourpop Brow Boss Gel vs. Glossier Boy Brow- Brown

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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*Both brands are certified cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Glossier Boy Brow is $16 for 3.12 grams & Colourpop Brow Boss Gel is $6 for 3.10 grams. These brands have very different ingredients - Glossier claims that their brow gel thickens your eyebrow hairs and has natural waxes like beeswax to keep your brows in place without stiffness. Neither of these products made my brows feel stiff & dried down really well. Both products lasted all day. They both have an extremely similar wand - Colourpop's bristles are a little bit shorter & tighter compared to Glossier. In the end, I think I got the same results from Colourpop's brow gel. I used Glossier's Boy Brow for over a week consistently and I didn't notice any additional growth to my brows despite their claims. Save your money, go get Colourpop.

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