L'Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Definer Pencil
The art of the brow made easy. Shape brows with L’Oreal Paris dual-ended Brow Stylist Definer™. This ultra-fine 0.5mm pencil tip is a perfect tool to recreate tiny brow hair allowing you to precisely draw and shape your brows for a well-defined brow look.see more...
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- "This the first eyebrow pencil I've tried. I was looking for one that would help fill in my brows, while still looking completely natural. I hate eyebrows that look drawn on. So far I have been really happy with this product. It is easy to use and blends nicely with my brow color. I like how natural it looks when applied and the brush on the other end really helps shape my brows nicely. " in 489 reviews
I was at Target and decided I should find a drugstore alternative. As a redhead, it was hard to find brow friendly products when I started wearing makeup in 2009 at 16, but it's 2017, and the market has expanded wondrously (and also I remembered I wear the Dipbrow shade in blonde so a blonde eyebrow shade should be fine).
The L'Oreal Brow Stylist Definer pencil is very sleek in design and twists up, which are two things I look for in a brow pencil. The formula is very creamy and blends very easily. The fine tip makes it easy to simulate hair strokes. I'm able to use this on its own as well as with my Dipbrow Pomade, typically I'll use the brow pencil to line my brow and the pomade to fill it in, but they've got such similar consistencies.
One con I can list is that I can tell that I'm going to use this up quickly. I have to twist it up several time per brow during use. I attribute that to the creaminess of the formula. It's not a deal breaker for me, but I thought it was something worth mentioning.
Overall, this is a great brow pencil and I definitely recommend picking this one up!
Now Brow Stylist has fewer colors than Micro Brow and you can't look inside the cap to see the color in-store, but out of despair I took a chance on Dark Brunette, and it is actually a great match for a dark almost-black brown (closer to Brow Wiz in Ebony). It also has the slightly stiffer formula of Brow Wiz, whereas I always felt Micro Brow was a bit softer, which made it harder to get more precise brow strokes. Otherwise, it is virtually identical to the other two products, with the same slim spoolie that makes it easy to get close to the skin to brush out lines if you mess up. It also has the nice design feature of having a clear cap on the spoolie end, so you don't mix up the pencil/spoolie sides. Same amount of product - and it's $1 cheaper than Micro Brow. This is my go-to slim brow pencil from now on.
I start by making light hair-like strokes in the middle of my brow and work to the end. I then make light hair strokes in the front and then comb through them with the spooly and set in place with a brow gel. My brows stay put all day long. I get so many compliments on my brows on who does them and what products I use. I highly recommend trying this brow pencil!
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