|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I was pleasantly surprised by this product and it would be a holy grail product IF ONLY the color matched. I am medium with dark brown hair and got this color in 02-Deep. The marker would lean really red at times and sometimes just a little red.. too red for me regardless though. On the bright side, the marker is a really good value for the price because it lasted foreverrr! I used it everyday and it lasted for months. I also liked that it was easy to use because the strokes were very light and you didn't accidentally overdo it. It also dries fast and stains your skin which I liked because I have a tendency to rub or scratch my eyebrows a lot and the product does not come off. Overall, would have been a fabulous product if it was the right color match. I would repurchase if they came out with a more cool toned deep color?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
OMG it turned green!!!! I applied the NYX brow marker about 2pm along with my MAC Pro Longwear Foundation. By the time 10pm come around i noticed it had turn green at the top of my brows. I did wash it off but it stained my skin a little.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought this in the color Deep since I have black hair and dark eyebrows. I have to say this is the easiest eyebrow tool I have used yet. I love brow powders and I'm not really a fan of brow pencils. For about $10, this brow marker stays on all day, doesn't smudge and is really easy to apply in small strokes. I would recommend this to anyone who has trouble drawing in their eyebrows with a pencil or powder. The strokes are really light since it comes with a felt tip, and it is a pointed felt tip so don't be scared off by the word, "marker." It's one of the best drugstore eyebrow "markers" i have tried to date. Love this and will repurchase when I run out.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I picked this up for $10 at Ulta, in "medium." My hair is a light-medium brown with highlights, and this is a very nice match for me. The marker itself is insanely easy to use. Don't let "marker" scare you off with mental images of sharpie-drawn brows; this gives a really natural look, almost more natural than a pencil. Lasting power is pretty good, I have no problem with this lasting throughout my workday and into the evening. Overall, I am very pleased with this, and I will repurchase.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I purchased at Ulta and per the other reviews, I must have gotten a bad marker. I must have received a lemon because I thought this item was mediocre at best. I could only swatch on my hand. It does dry down quickly and doesn't seem to wipe away. I really like the Revlon eyebrow product that has a pencil on one end and a colored gel on the other a lot so I will stick with that.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Dark Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I own every type of brow kit, powder, wax, pencil ALL OF IT just never was satisfied with the outcome.. i was hesitate to try this but im glad i did i love the look and it lasts till i take it off .
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I am on an eyebrow kick and I've been buying products like crazy.
I love this one!
The word marker conjures up all kinds of images - little old ladies with severely drawn auburn brows comes to mind. So when I found this little number...I cringed.
Marker is NOT a good word and I kept thinking I'd end up making a mistake or looking like Gloria Swanson. None of these fears came true.
The pencil is easy to use and you can layer it. You can use it to fill in sparse areas or to create the type of brow you want.
It goes on natural and it lasts all day.
Great job on this one, NYX!!!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Laura Geller, Anastasia and Josie Maran sell comparable--if not identical--felt tip markers for brows from $20- $25. This one goes for $10 at Ulta and is even cheaper on the NYX website. It comes in two colors--a light and a dark brown--and has a tiny brush that is much finer than those of the felt tip eyeliner pens. It took me a while to get the knack of using this but now that I have the technique down, I wouldn't trade it for anything. I use it to sketch in my super pale and skimpy brows before adding a coat of brow powder and sealer. If you're of an artistic bent, it's fun to use. It really allows you to draw super fine hairs and you can do a lot to make misshapen brows into symmetical ones. I use the light brown, which is more forgiving of mistakes.
I've used every brow pencil known to man and this is far more graceful in what it allows you to do. Note: while I love this pen and I love the price, I've also used the Kanebo Kate brow pen, which I purchased on ebay, and it is truly the Rolls Royce of brow pens. Expensive, though and this one is a fine substitute.