I have fair skin (yellow/olive), black eyebrows and nearly black hair. My brows are thick but I over plucked ONE of them on the nose side and I'm also liking the look of filled in brows.
Sadly, this universal taupe is not universal...at all. Even when I 'press hard' as instructed, there's no way my brows look symmetrical - my sparser brow looks a totally different color at the nose side than my fuller brow does because it doesn't have the same number of black hairs. This color also seems to intentionally softens out my brows rather than making them look more defined. I can tell the difference in photos and feel reluctant to wear this color out in public.
I don't have any grey to cover (which seems to be a major selling feature), maybe I'd like this better if I did?
On to the pencil - it isn't a sharp tip, it's a flat round. I like that - I can use the 'edge' of the round to outline my brows cleanly before filling in. The formula is dry, easy to correct errors, but doesn't tame brows as well as waxier pencils do.
I do like the packaging, it's weighty, the pencil twists to advance, and the spoolie is the softest one I own. I'm saving the spoolie for blending with my other pencils when I'm done!
Price? I received this as a gift, but as with many other twistable pencils, this one contains barely any product! 0.14 g? My go to brow pencils have 1+ grams in them and cost 1/10th the price. This one is 20x what I normally spend when you compare product sizes (you don't lose THAT much to sharpening), and I don't even like the color very well.
This is definitely not a repurchase item for me.