The “Paradise Extatic Brow Pomade” by L’Oréal Paris comes in a fancy and slender metallic pink inverted funnel shaped container with an elongated handle-cap that doubles as a brush. The product is an assemblage of three parts: the base, which is made of glass and contains the pomade itself, the cap, and the brush. Inscriptions on the product are in black and in dotted white. The brush itself angled and is small in size.
The “Paradise Extatic Brow Pomade” by L’Oréal Paris has a creamy but powdery texture and is easily malleable.
The product doesn’t have any particular smell.
This product comes in five highly pigmented shades, three light and two dark: blonde, warm blonde, chatain, brunette and ebony.
We struggled a bit while using the brush because of its small size and the short handle. However, once we applied the pomade, we found the product to be effective and highly pigmented. The thin consistency of the “Paradise Extatic Brow Pomade” allowed us to define the brows in a very precise way. The brand claims that the “Paradise Extatic Brow Pomade” is a “buildable look from natural to bold,” however, the product is not so buildable because the pomade runs on the drier end, so it is difficult to correct, and build on. But, it is smudge-proof and has a very long wear like L’Oréal describes. For a more natural look, we recommend you go for a shade or two lighter than your brow color because of the high color concentration of the product. This brow defining solution by L’Oréal is very matte and dries quickly.
The “Paradise Extatic Brow Pomade” retails at an average price of $13/10g, which is a great price compared to NYX’ “Tame and Frame” brow pomade $7.5/5g and Anastasia Beverly Hills’ “Dipbrow Pomade” $18/4g.