BEING AN EYEBROW MODEL (NO, REALLY.)
In just another edition of 'me pretending to be a model when I'm definitely not a model', I am a currently a part of the Browcote launch campaign. For those of you that don't know, Browcote is a eyebrow gel which holds everything whatever you have on in place. (And if you're unsure what eyebrow gel is; I can confirm this blog post might not be for you lol,)
Think of it as hairspray - but for your eyebrows. In the most lovely way, of course.
Browcote is a part of the Lipcote family, the much-loved lipstick setting top coat - which you'll 100% know about if you grew up doing any form dancing. My mum used it to keep my bright red lipstick on during my 'Jazz' dance performances between the ages of 4 and 7. My dance career ended abruptly as soon as I began to identify as a true 'Tom Boy'.
Fast forward a few years - and here I am, 'performing' again but this time in front of the lense and far more confident. Although a 'model' is something I most certainly do not, and will never identify myself as, it's pretty cool to see myself floating around the internet on banner adverts lol.
The brow gel itself 'locks in' however you chose to style your brows - and this idea of doing things however you chose to extends all the through to the brand and campaign. I am so proud to have been invited to be a part of this launch and everything it stands for.
Shout out to Browcote for keeping my brows on fleek, letting me play model. and just encouraging me to be me. You can stalk the brow gel itself here (and see more of face on the campaign...)
This post was organised and agreed with Browcote as a part of being an ambassador for the campaign. All words and views are of course my own, as always.