Paul & Joe • Eyebrow Pencil Duo Brun (02) • Brows
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
i was also introduced to this by sania. it's so amazing how natural you can make it look-unless you use it where there is literally no hair, you can't even tell it's pencil (i hear if there's no hair then using a powder and pencil combo is better). i had almost never tried eyebrow pencil before sania taught me how to use it, and i love the results.
would definitely repurchase, though i won't have to for a long time-the pencil is really long and has two colors that both work for me. it's a little expensive, but worth it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Like some other reviewers, I suspect, I was introduced to this pencil at Sania's Brow Bar in New York, where I went for help after having my eyebrows massacred at the Bobbi Brown counter in Bloomingdales (more than a year later, I am still trying to grow them in). I don't really understand the two-color pencil, or, perhaps more to the point, why Paul & Joe doesn't offer a pencil with two blonde shades. The consistency and staying power are excellent, and the lighter ("Caramel Brown") color is a reasonably good match for me, but I would prefer, if two colors were offered, to have the Caramel Brown shade be the darker of the two. It's fairly close to my old staple Maybelline Blonde pencils or the Anastasia Blonde pencil. My brows (if left alone) are naturally rather full and I like them to be present, but not too dark as I have ash blonde hair with lighter blonde highlights. My other complaint is that the pencil is so long that it doesn't fit easily into my in-purse makeup bag. Apparently it's the consistency of the pencil that is such a hit with people; I'm not sure it is that much of an advantage so am testing it against the Maybelline Blonde pencil (which has consistently won awards from Allure, InStyle, etc., is a lot less expensive, and fits in my purse) to see if it really outlasts all that much. Will update.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've tried many eyebrow pencil brands but this is the best one! Non-smudging in any weather (very important to me), looks natural, two-tone color for added choice, and a plus that it's packaging is so pretty :) The only other one I would consider is by Korres.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
I love this product. I am asian with dark brown almost black hair. My brows are very nice but i sometimes fill my brows a little bit for a nicer shape. I've been looking for one that can lighten my brown a little bit or make it brown-er. I've never used brow powder before as i thought it'd look not natural. However, i was wrong. This one is so good. It has two sides- one side is the lighter shade, the other is like a taupe color. Both are very wearable. If i want it lighter that day i apply the lighter shade and at the end of the brow i use the taupe color. But if i want darker brows, i just use the taupe color.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is a double-ended eyebrow pencil with a light and darker shade of brown on each side. My hair is black with brown undertones. I use the lighter side more often and find that it looks very natural on my brows. You only need to apply with a light hand to achieve clean, well-kept brows. The darker side can be filled into sparse or areas that are over-shaved. This product is practical and lasts a long time, so I think it is worth the buy.