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With a product that is so aptly named Brow Magic, PONi Cosmetics is a brand you need to know about. From eyebrows to highlighting and contour, and now a recently launched foundation range, the team have really nailed the ability to ‘do it all‘.
I’ve been a fan of PONi since the launch of Brow Magic – which if you don’t know – is the eyebrow pencil that suits everyone + every skin tone and even contains biotin to encourage brow growth – such a little multi-tasker! But as great as Brow Magic is, there is a new mare on the tracks…. enter Mane Stain. Mane Stain is a soft creme, that is easily buildable to create flawless brow shape that is waterproof, smudge proof and pretty much goof-proof!
Left: Before | Right: After
Mane Stain is available in 4 shades; Little Palomino, Palomino, Chesnut and Thoroughbred but seriously girl, you need this product in your life – I promise it’s worth the hype! A little truly goes a long way…
I’ve been using this product daily in the shade Thoroughbred and I cannot rave more highly about and all my insta friends are on the bandwagon too! The brush that PONi provide applies the product perfectly, with a slightly stiffer brush head than I’m used to but it gives the best results. PONi’s instagram and YouTube platforms have heaps of great tutorials using their products and a ton of brow inspiration – if you’re in the mood!
Back to highlighting + contouring – I use PONi’s HAC palette on the regular, mainly the highlight as it’s slightly paler than other shades I’ve tried recently with no gold or pink undertones, and just recently I saw a blogger use the contouring shade as an eyeshadow, and it looked so gorgeous! I wish I had screenshot the video as I’ve forgotten her name….
And as if the team at PONi weren’t busy enough, they just released their ESMI Skin Minerals foundation, which boasts the following benefits;
Australian Made + Vegan | Max Coverage + Long Wearing | SPF 15 | Hydrating + Non-Acengenic with the inclusion of ingredients such as Shea Butter, Aloe Vera and Hyaluronic Acid.
I’ve found the consistency slighter runnier than I am used to, compared to drugstore/department store liquids but it’s easily absorbed into the skin and the redness – it be gone! This base is best stippled into the skin with a dense brush and has a full coverage, that is buildable if desired.
Have you tried PONi yet? What’s your favourite product in the range?