Wet 'n' Wild • kohl/ eyeliner/ brow • Brows
|Would buy this product again.||89%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Oh my goodness. I have finally searched and found my *HG* brow product.
While I was browsing at Wags, I saw this at the w'n'w display. W'n'w usually have superb quality in eye shadows that ravels many HE brands. Since w'n'w makes such good eye products (also their liquid liner is pure awesome), I thought I might try out their brow products. So, I got one in Taupe and one in Taupe Brown (?) . When I got home, I hurried and tried on both. The darker brown one was a little too dark for me. So, I tried the taupe one. I was amazing when I put it on. I have Asian brow and the color is a cool dark blackish gray and many brow products are way too warm. However, this taupe is perfect. My brows are not sparse and many product go too dark and I end up with caterpillar brows. Not only this fills in the gap but also it has wax to hold the long brow hair in place. Only bad thing about this is that it is so soft that you have to sharpen it very often.However, that is a small price to pay for a HG brow liner.
I also tried this on my mother, who have very sparse light gray brow, and it worked beautifully. No doubt, she was amazed as well. Definitely Rec. plus it is only around a dollar. Cheap but amazing.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I had been waiting forever for Sephora to restock on the infamous seal pencil. They have yet to get them back in stock so I tried out xppinkxx's blogspot suggestion for this in Taupe and OMG, this is amazing. I got this for half off, so 50 cents!! I don't think I'm going to try the $25 eyebrow pencil cuz this works soo well for my coloring too. NC-20-25 with brownish-black hair.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I LOVE THIS EYELINER!
I've been using this product for a few years because it's so great. It's a wonderful product for a very nice low price.
I don't use brow liner so I don't know how it works for that but I assume it would be great since it is so spectacular as an eyeliner.
Also, I'm personally a huge fan of all the Wet 'n Wild because they aren't tested on animals and all the products I've used (Eye Makeup, Blush, Foundation ,Mascara) have worked great.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have this in black and I use it to fill in my eye brows. it makes them look sooo defined and beautiful. I also use this along with ardell taupe eyebrow powder. I always get compliments on my eyebrows and how perfect they look.I defintely recommend this to anyone.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this eyeliner, yes, I use it as an eyeliner, and not a brow liner.
I have the light blue kohl eyeliner, and its amazing! Its very cheap, and very good. I could apply this on my top lid but not my bottom lid because it smears and melts away right away in the bottom. I would say you should definitely buy this!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I bought this little guy in taupe for my brows after seeing great reviews about it. I've bought this brand before to experiment with bright colors (69 cents can't go wrong!) as an eyeliner and they were alright, nothing special. This works way better for brows, rather than an eyeliner. This sucker hasn't come off after using makeup wipes twice. However, as great as it is for brows, I will not repurchase only because the lightest color is too dark for me. The quest will continue to find a match for my ashy blonde eyebrows.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
The staying power isn't very good. It rubs off fairly easily. I use the white shade on my lower waterline. It disappears if I tear even the tiniest bit. But it is very creamy and very cheap. Repurchase? Sure.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I got these on sale at a local drugstore for:
2 for a dollar!
They are great! I have two- one in black and one in white. I use the white one to highlight my eyes on the lower water line, and I use the black one as a liner right above my lashline.
They are very good quality for just 50 cents each. They go on like butter, they're not pointy...the black makes a nice, dark line.
THE ONLY PROBLEM with this is that it is incredibly prone to smudging...
just make sure you don't rub your eyes or anything! =D
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Black
For only 99 cents, I couldn't resist trying this product. I would not use this as an eyeliner. It's sort of waxy and smears easily. Normally I like to use my finger to run over the line I draw to soften it up a bit. But once I tried this, the eyliner rubbed off and left a disconnected, dotted line in its place. So I use this for my brows! All you need is a very light hand to lightly define your arch and fill in patches. Even though I have black hair, I find that "taupe" still works for me. I also have the dark brown shade, but that one goes on way too dark. I find that "taupe" is very similar to Milani's Easybrow in "natural taupe" (which also has great reviews), but Wet 'n' Wild is just so much cheaper! Plus, since this is in a pencil form, you can sharpen it back to a sharp point if it gets dull. I can't do this for Milani's twist-up style brow pencil. If it gets blunt, I just have to deal with it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I'm so glad I decided to buy this. For 99cents, it's a total steal!! I use it for my eyebrows, and mink brown is the best for me. I don't know how continue this review because it's so awesome. Seriously, for ~1 dollar you can't go wrong. If you don't like it, it was a bucj, if you do, you'll be like me and can't believe what a great deal and product you're getting!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
LOVE the Mink Brown for my brows. It's $.99! How can you go wrong? I buy these two or three at a time because I'm afraid they'll be discontinued out from under me like a lot of other great products. I want a pencil that is very dark brown but not black, and not warm, and before this the other one I could find was Clinique which costs about 15 times more that WnW. Total HG for me.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
this is fantastic! there is nothing i love more than finding a really fabulous product for next to nothing. i picked this brow pencil up as a little experiment the last time i was at the grocery store and didn't even think to try it for about a week. when i did i was literally blown away! the color i got was Taupe 648 which is *PERFECTION* for anyone with hair ranging from platinum blonde to light brown to gray to all shades of red. a lot of brow products made for lighter brows are much too warm against the natural cool tone of fair brows, and that looks awful and completely unnatural. Wet'n'Wild has really hit the mark with this color, it's just plain perfect. the texture of the pencil is super silky soft so you do need to use a light hand so you don't get Joan Crawford brows but that's no problem, the pencil applies so easily and blends like a dream with a quick brushing through with a brow brush, leaving you with perfectly defined, natural, sharp looking brows. it even lasted all day long, too! plus the pencil is extremely long and will last forever. after i bought this but before i tried it i also purchased Maybelline's Define-a-Brow pencil in Light Blonde and it's very nice but it's about 1/4 the size and 6X the price! like someone else said below me, it truly is amazing what you can get for a dollar. i would totally recommend this, please try it, you'll adore it! it also comes in black and dark brown if taupe wouldn't suit you (although you can really never go wrong with taupe). hth!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Amazing what you can buy for a dollar! I picked one up in Taupe and it's perfect for filling in sparse spots in my brows. I have almost black eye brows, but my skin is much lighter and I find if I fill in my brows with a black or dark brown pencil it makes me look like Groucho Marx, even though my eye brows are groomed, I swear! But the taupe is a almost grayish lighter brown and the color is wonderful! The pencil is nice and thin (although a bit long if you want to get close to the mirror, even though I do *get* that there is more product w/a longer pencil). It is waxy enough to stay in place and not melt off and smooth enough so that you don't have to tug (though probably not smooth enough to double as eye liner). Even my boyfriend noticed when I filled in my brows (never notices anything make up related) *but* couldn't tell what was different (so at least the pencil wasn't obvious). Definitely recommend!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I bought this after reading the reviews and I love it. It is not to dark like most powders I have tried. I like the way it goes on and plus its like 99 cents and you can get it at CVS.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
For years, I used brow fillers that now I know were WAY too dark for me - with brown black hair and black brows, I was using MAC's Espresso (which I can see now is so red), or Brun (which is so dark). I then switched over to Laura Mercier's Blonde pencil, which was a leap of faith for me - after all, a blonde pencil for dark brows? Best thing I ever did. My brows no longer look tattooed, now that I'm wearing a taupe shade that's not black, brown, or grey. They just look naturally full. Anyway, paying $18US + tax + shipping (or $25 Canadian, plus tax, plus shipping) was starting to feel ridiculous, even for perfect brows, so I set out on a mission to find something comparable. Thanks to reviews here, I decided to plop down the $1.47 CAD for a Wet N Wild brow/eyeliner in Taupe, which is supposed to be a dead ringer for LM's Blonde. Here's the comparison:
COLOR: Colorwise, these are unbelievably close. The only way you can really tell a difference is how the color applies, which actually does make a difference. I'll get to that next.
TEXTURE: LM's is much less waxy, definitely more dry, so I can apply it in strokes or straight lines and I can't overapply. Wet N Wild is very waxy so sometimes it feels like it "clumps" my brow hairs together. A lighter hand is necessary for the Wet N Wild, and it also needs to be sharpened with every use, whereas I could get away with using the LM three times before sharpening.
VERDICT: I still keep LM in stock in my tank, but I'm using the Wet N Wild more now. At a little over a dollar (and it's about 2/3 longer than the LM), it's insanely cheap and it lasts just as long throughout the day as LM - it just requires a little more work to look natural.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
My eyebrows have always been something that's bothered me. They are sparse, yet I can't get away with filling them in because no matter what I use I feel they end up looking too dark or full or something and seem to overwhelm my face. Yet -I've felt they would look better if they were fuller. I always lightly fill in the outer third of them, but very lightly because I feel it "shows" if I add more than a hint of pencil or powder.
Enter Wet in Wild brow/eye-liner in Taupe. I had read prior reviews, and decided to purchase it - 99 cents, how could I not, I was finally out of the two-pack I had bought 3 years ago..When I located it at my local Walgreens, I thought ... "But... the color...it looks so light!-My eyebrows are so dark brown-almost black-that light color will never blend in!"
I did buy it, and when I used it I was shocked at how user friendly and undetectable this pencil is! I can finally fill in my brows to frame my face without looking like Groucho Marks! Thanks MUA!!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Wow, finally found the right pencil in Taupe. This is perfect to blend in with my brows, not orangey or too dark at all. I have medium brown brows and used sparingly, it's a great look for me.
Thanks for all the great reviews on this item - you saved me money... for .99 cents, it can't be beat!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is definitely my time tested, staple eyebrow pencil. The taupe shade isn't too orangey fake looking, as most blonde eyebrow pencils are for some reason, it's dirt cheap, easy to blend and has satisfactory staying power. I always end up coming back to it. Also makes for a pretty, subtle, under the eye-liner for a bit of pop without overwhelming my fair complexion. (or leaving raccoon eyes.) Great bargain.
I usually saw mine in half and steal an extra cap from something else, to make the long length a bit more manageable.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Fabulous color. Texture varies a bit so even if you buy one and it's too hard to use as eyeliner, try another. Usually, it's plenty soft enough for me, provided it's properly sharpened.
I really like this stick as a one-size fits all carry-along. I use it to fill in my eyebrows sometimes (my hair is red now, was black before -- color still works) and as eyeliner it's a lot less harsh than black, but gives you the same pop.
The only thing I'd change about it is the thing I'd change about most pencils, that is, the cap doesn't stay on all that well so I end up losing it and having to sharpen every time (and of course sharpeners don't work all that well).
Also, I'd love to try it in a self-sharping version. The point wouldn't be as good so it would be useless on eyebrows, but angled properly, it could still give you a nice fine line along the lashes.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I bought this pencil.in 648 taupe, i have blonde hair. It was a perfect match for my brows. Usually I get something that is too dark. I bought it at riteaid and it was 40% off. i think I paid like .53 cents. Love it!!!