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Clarins Eyebrow Pencil
Billion Dollar Brows Eyebrow Duo Pencil, Multicolor
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on 7/15/2016 11:37:00 AM
More reviews by ohsophiesophie
Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
I have it in the shade grey-brown and I used multiple pencils until it was impossible to sharpen them anymore. Applies beautifully, soft enough not to be too harsh but solid enough to be sharpened for precise application. I had dark blond hair and this shade really went well with it; now that I'm a lighter blonde, it's a tad too dark.
on 3/13/2015 2:22:00 PM
More reviews by brandgul
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm
Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium
In my teens, I committed the ultimate brow sin: for years, I over-plucked my originally full brows into oblivion and when they stopped growing back, I ended up with shapeless, sad little patches of hair for brows.When I started filling them in in my twenties, the Lumene Blueberry eyebrow pencil was the first one I bought, and I have never looked back. I have tried other brow pencils (both drugstore and high end) as well as filling them in with different eyeshadows, but I always come back to this.It is quite soft, but I think that's what makes it easy to work with, and it's not so soft that the pencil is difficult to sharpen. Lasts all day, unless you scratch or rub your brows. (duh!) It's also the only brow pencil/product I have found that comes in a colour that perfectly matches the natural colour of my eyebrows (grey brown), or what's left of them.----------Update, 2017I wrote my original review in 2015. At that point, I had been using Lumene eyebrow pencils for as long as I could remember, probably close to ten years. They repackaged them once or twice, I think, but the (fantastic) product seemed to stay the same.Well, now they've changed them. Packaging, name, product and price are different. The only thing that still seems to be the same as before is the colour range.The new packaging is probably better: they've replaced the brush with a spoolie, which is, well, fine. Doesn't make that big of a difference, I didn't mind the brush and I don't mind the spoolie. They're no longer called Blueberry eyebrow pencils, they now have this mouthful of a name: Lumene Nordic Chic Extreme Precision Eyebrow Pencil. They're about twice as expensive in stores where I live. And they're just not as good. They're less pigmented, somehow softer yet slightly crumbly at the same time.Don't get me wrong, they're not unusable, not at all. They're alright. And the shade range is still good, the grey brown colour is still a perfect match for me. I'll keep using these until I find a better alternative. But I definitely will be looking for an alternative, because the Lumene pencils just aren't what they used to be.
on 1/3/2015 11:12:00 PM
More reviews by rach3al
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse
OMG WORDS CANNOT DESCRIBE MY FEELINGS FOR THIS BROW PENCIL. ahem pardon my caps locks, but honestly this is just perfect this is my HG product for brow pencils and i have a brow obsession btw. i have to say, this beast the Anastasia brow wiz. this lasts all day, doesnt smudge. This doesnt feel waxy and small strokes reallly make the difference natural/bold brows. just thank you Lumene for making this brow pencil into perfection for brows
on 3/8/2011 2:06:00 PM
More reviews by MissVanity
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse
I absolutely LOVE these eyebrow pencils. They are exactly what I need to fill my overplucked eyebrows and grey brown is my colour. I love everything about this pencils, they are not too soft, they stay on for a long time and they are quite affordable.
on 8/12/2010 12:36:00 PM
More reviews by JolieBelle
Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium
I can't believe there are negative comments for this product! I live in sweden and since i am a beauty aficionado, i know many people who work in the beauty and fashion industry and some of the Lumene products are actually used for fashion photography and by celebrities....and i know this for a fact.this is a wonderful brow pencil, period. the price is not low at all here (9 euros), the quantity isn't all that (a rather short pencil, like a regular eye pencil, not longer at all) and the little brush on the cap isn't out of this world either (though it's softer than the Rimmel eyebrow pencil's). however, there are huge perks with this product.first, the color. i have it in nr 2 Grey Brown and i find it a fantastic color. it's a demure, soft looking medium brown with capuccino reflexes. i find it perfectly appropriate for every hair shade from dark blonde to dark brown and even black (just because your hair is black doesn't mean you have to sport two charcoal caterpillars on your forehead, it embitters the face and makes you look 10 years older- my experience, that is).the texture is simply stunning for a drugstore makeup product. it's exactly the same as Anastasia's eyebrow pencil- hard, not waxy at all. no molted eyebrows look, no sticky crayon lingering alongside your brow line, as it usually happens in summer. it's happened to me with expensive products, especially with Clinique's Superfine Brow Liner (or something like that). this is a dream. it does combine very well with the natural oils in the brow hairs or the moisturizer particles on the skin, it doesn't glide at all and it's completely buildable, therefore mistake-proof. it also stays on for many many hours (i especially like to combine it with the eyebrow wax from Lumene) and the effect is totally natural. you yourself can see you've filled in your brows but you can't detect any harsh demarcation lines, as it would happen with many high-end products.i just keep kicking myself for not having purchased this pencil earlier.and the other shades are very pretty and natural-looking as well. i don't see what the problem with the color choices is (as a reviewer said these pencils are 'crap'), on the contrary, i think these pencils are one of the few choices available on the market where one doesn't have to worry about the classic reddish pigment in EVERY single eyebrow pencil out there. the Lumene ones have gray undertones only, which is great as far as i'm concerned. moreover, i personally think this pencil resembles Anastasia's pencil in Ash Brown and it's the exact dupe for a combo of Ash Brown and Ultimate Brown. i personally believe this is a great option for those who don't want to hemorrhage money on expensive fancy items and still get a great result.happy shopping everyone!
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on 7/8/2010 9:28:00 AM
More reviews by dblou
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
Grey brown is the perfect colour for me. Usually i buy the ysl one but this is a cheaper obtion for that. If yiou need a clour that is not too warm and too brown this may just be for you. I recommed to check this out.
on 5/26/2009 12:48:00 PM
More reviews by emmiannie
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
This is definitely my favourite eyebrow-product! I have very light-coloured eyebrows, blonde hair and fair skin so i need to have very natural looking and light-coloured eyebrows. And this pen totally does it! It gives my eyebrows this natural look and the colour is perfect for me (3 - Blond). Also the little brush on the cap often comes quite handy. :)
on 12/12/2008 8:29:00 AM
More reviews by Peaches1027
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Black, Straight, Fine
I have this in two colors, Grey Brown and Grey Black. Both work very well with my dark hair and eyes, very natural and not harsh at all. However, the pencils are too soft and tend to smudge past my natural brows. My oily skin is the culprit, and I've tried brushing a setting powder around my brows to keep the pencil in place, but it doesn't work. This isn't a bad product, but there are better options out there if you have oily skin. I give this three lippies for natural colors, easy application and moderate price. ($7.50 USD)
on 9/10/2007 4:35:00 PM
More reviews by violoniste
Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I agree that the color names are misleading, but assuming you aren't colorblind it's not really a problem. On me the color gray-brown is a nice way to fill in my naturally dark-brown/black brows without looking garish (my hair is dark blonde/light brown). The packaging (little brush to comb with on the end -- not a fantastic brush, but just ok), is convenient, too. I liked this better in terms of texture, natural-lookingness, and glideability better than the Laura Mercier brow pencil. I would repurchase but I wouldn't say it's HG.
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 11/29/2008 12:33:00 PM
More reviews by Silveri
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
I have VERY light eyebrows; you can hardly see those!:) Tried some other pencils, eye shadows, but everything looked so artificial – couldn’t find a suitable colour and texture until I found Eyebrow Graphics! Grey Brown (2) suits me perfectly, it looks very natural. The only thing I don’t like about this pencil is that I have to sharpen it quite often; otherwise it doesn’t work (even if the tip is still sharp!). BUT the funny thing is that it lasts for 1 year even with all that sharpening.:) Definitely a good buy!
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