Essence Eyebrow Designer Pencil could very well be the best way to get your eyebrows on Fleek for under two dollars. Actually, it’s probably one the best ways to have fabulous eyebrows for under 20 bucks. Actually for under 5 bucks.
About The Essence Eyebrow Designer $1.99:
The Essence Eyebrow Designer creates glamorous eyebrows in a perfect shape! With a creamy pencil that dries down to a natural finish, a handy application brush that combs, and blends, you have all you need for beautiful brows.How to Use–This little beauty transforms eyebrows in seconds. First use the creamy pencil to fill in your brows, creating the shape you want. Then use the brush to comb and blend the color for a well-kept look.
The thing about eyebrow pencils is that they tend to fall into two distinct categories– too hard or too soft. And neither of those is an option for this eyebrow perfectionist. Essence Eyebrow Designer Pencil is the perfect median of not too hard and not too soft. In goldilocks jargon it’s “just right.”
I’m not a fan of heavy thick eyebrows, but I love a more natural brow, and Essence Eyebrow Designer Pencil allows you to create a beautiful natural looking brow. By using light short strokes that emulate individual brow hairs, I am able to have a pretty, soft eyebrow that looks natural. I always pencil in my brows after I put on foundation so that the pencil will adhere to my skin where there is no hair. The good news is that it lasts all day!I use this pencil in brown, but blonde works equally as well.
One more great little thing about this eyebrow pencil is the little brush on the cap that is perfect for blending the pencil into your own brow hairs. For just under $2, you cannot beat the value and quality of Essence eyebrow designer pencil!
Pro: Perfect “hardness”, adheres to skin, long-wearing
Buy again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero ingredients: N/A
Cruelty Free: Yes
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