The L’Oréal Paris Unbelievabrow Longwear Topcoat Whipped My Unruly Brows Into Shape

September 27, 2021
Alanna Martine Kilkeary
By: Alanna Martine Kilkeary | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
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I’ve always had very naturally thick, dark eyebrow hairs (thanks, Italian heritage). While I’m grateful that I never have an issue growing them out and can style them in a thick, soap brow look with ease, sometimes they can get extremely unruly, especially if I’m due for a threading appointment. This means that it takes a few products to get them in daily shape, and after filling in sparse spots with a brow pencil, I need a heavy-duty gel to keep them in place. This is why I was super stoked to try the L’Oréal Paris Unbelievabrow Longwear Topcoat, a gel-like formula that won’t budge.

My Experience

This user-friendly brow gel comes with a small spoolie for easy, brush-through application, and dries extremely quickly. After shaping my brows with a brow pencil, I picked up the spoolie end with a generous amount of gel and combed through my brows starting from my inner eyebrow to my tail. I loved how lightweight the Topcoat felt on application. It’s non-sticky, dried pretty much within a few seconds and made my brows look glossy and clean.


Throughout the day, not one eyebrow hair of mine strayed. This brow gel nailed down each hair in place and kept it there throughout the entire day. My favorite part was that I also didn’t need to touch up any other parts of my brow makeup — it actually locked in the brow pencil nicely so that no sparse areas peeked through. It remained this way until I took my makeup off at the end of the day.


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My Final Thoughts

If you, too, have very thick and dark brows that can be hard to tame while you’re growing them out, you won’t regret trying this product. It does exactly what the packaging says it does, is able to lock everything in place (including brow makeup and hair) and will give you a precise, natural finish. 


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