Bigger. Bolder. Better.
If my brows could talk, that's what they'd say.
My Lily Collins/Cara Delevingne mission is just about as old as this blog -- close to three years running and I see no end in sight. On a good day these brows of mine might appear full, but the sheer wizardry I possess in these small hands is downright frightening.
Behold the before and the after...
I only require a minor amount tweaking by filling in the gaps which still lay bare from years of over plucking.
My switch to powder was fruitful as it was a gentler approach. Waxier formulas proved to be too harsh for my delicate situation -- traditional pencils gripped and tugged to the point where I was pulling out freshly grown hairs. We were working at cross purposes.
Always wanting more for my brows, I switched over to Hourglass' Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil and I'm so glad I did.
For me, it really comes down to the anatomy of this defining tool.
The spooley brush is luxe, soft, helps to comb through product and keeps errant hairs in check.
The clay hued tip lines, defines and refines my sometimes unkempt brow situation. The product is firm yet soft in its ability to lay down colour without tugging or pulling.
No sharpener required. Win!
This two-fer streamlines my makeup bag and completes my brows.
The Bagful breakdown:
Total amount for Hourglass' Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil:
Value for money spent (performance and quality):
- 10 out of 10 bags — My eyebrows are thriving.
Would another purchase be on the horizon?:
- Thinking about buying a backup or two.