I am a very, very lucky girl to have received an invitation to try out some of her products.
Arched Defining Brow Liners:
There are five shades to choose from: ash blonde, medium brown, caramel, brunette and black. Since I wasn't sure just how dark the black pencil was I opted for both the brunette and black pencils. I like that these are self sharpening and there's a spoolie on the other end for blending.
Brunette has a bit of red in it and black is not what you think. It's a dark neutral brown that has a bit of grey in it.
Here's a very naked eye with Brunette:
This is a great shade for the days where I don't want to do a heavily shaded lid or on the weekends when I'm running errands with my daughter and I just want to keep my makeup super simple.
I have been blending the two shades together and I'm loving the results:
I love that it's not too dark and it looks like it could be my actual brows if I were blessed with naturally dark and full eye brows!
For the past twenty years, I've been a shadow and slanted brush kind of girl. In fact, it would take me less than five minutes to do both brows. Then again, that's on a good day. I actually shunned all pencils, only using to fill sparse sections of my arches. The pencils I have used are often waxy and weren't that great. I love the formula of this pencil, just enough creaminess to go on easily but still sturdy to be long lasting and it blends like a dream with the spoolie brush. I am very impressed with this product, as I take my brows seriously.
Yes, I'm that girl that doesn't leave the house without her brows on to go on a four mile run on the weekends.
On that note, these pencils do not fade even after an intense workout. The irony is I have bangs again and my brows are covered for the most part. Well luckily, I found this pencil to define and darken my brows when my bangs are blown haphazardly on a windy day.
These pencils retail for $19/USD and can be found online, click here.
These were sent to me for consideration.