I absolutely love this brow pencil. I've made it through an entire one and I just came back from Sephora with two new ones! I think there's powder in these (if that makes sense). The No. 5 pencil is the perfect brown/black for my NW44/45 skintone. Try it! One of the best MUFE products in my opinion.
It truly is long lasting. With my oily skin, it's hard to find a pencil that stays true to what it is at the end of the night. I like that it has an auburn undertone to it, because my hair is red violet :) so yay to that.
I really love how it's orange, because it's easy to find in my make up box...heh
Another thing I really like about it is, you can build the color on.
On the advice of Reviewer Sblee, I bought this at Sephora. I cannot tell you how much better my brows look! I had them tattooed 15 years ago and am not ready to go through that again since they have faded, so I've been using pencil for the last couple of years. Definitely worth the $18!
My HG brow pencil. I had a hard time finding a shade that was a lighter brown that didn't have a reddish undertone. I used Givenchy and Dior and was not pleased with how the shade appeared on my brows. I am a very blonde with fair-medium complexion and I prefer a dark blonde or taupe brow pencil. I've tried both shades and the darker blonde is probably better suited for me. Goes on nicely, looks natural, and is decently priced. I will for sure be repurchasing again and again and again.
Absolute love. Long wearing, natural looking color. I have dark brown hair/brows and use #5. I also have #4 and this shade can work too. I have pretty thickish brows but they are slightly uneven. With this pencil I can fill in a few areas and even my brows out. The results are completely undetectable and natural. I find that my brows look great for 12+ hours and the pencil does not affect my sensitive skin. I easily remove with castor oil. This pencil also lasts forever so it is well worth the money.
Bought this based on the very taupe-looking swatch on sephora.com. Color match FAIL. "Taupe #2" is the reddest taupe I've ever seen. I could almost use it as lipliner. If you have auburn or red hair this could be your HG, but if you struggle to find brow pencils that aren't too red, this is NOT your answer.
So far the ONLY pencil that gave me a true match color... The only one WITHOUT red undertones, looks totally natural! Would buy again and again.
I finally caved in and got one of these for a hefty 18 bucks. But it was 18 bucks well spent, the color looks natural on my light skin (the MA at Sephora matched me with No. 4) so as to not overwhelm my features and face. I use it to fill in more so than actually draw (it's too light to draw because I have dark brown hair). It lasts long and doesn't rub off, best of all, it looks natural, love it!
I wasnt exactly blessed with eyebrows, so since i can remember i've been filling them in. I've used every possible eyebrow filler out there, from Makeup forever brow gel, to the clinique slim pencil, benefit, etc. but all of them would clump and look very, very, unnatural after about 8 hours. A girls eyebrows should really last longer than 8 hours. I already am a fan of this brand, so i decided to try the pencil out.
I have the dark brown, which doesnt have red in it. being asian, i dont need such a thing. the formula is stiff, with out being too stiff, and soft with out being too soft. perfect. I've been using it religously every day (like i do all my eyebrow products) for about 2 weeks and i've only had to sharpen once! for now, this is a winner! Does not clump after hours of wear, stays in place, and lasts a long time.
If you have non-existent eyebrows, and would like somthing that lasts, try the pencil. good stuff.
This brow pencil is excellent! It is quite hard in texture, and works great to give a natural brow. I like to use EL brow pencil first, and this one to finish off. I really wanted to try the KA brow pencil (heard raves about it), but it was sold out so I tried this instead, as I heard it was similar.