I am, however a complete convert to the Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil from Hourglass (they can do no wrong at the moment!). Lets just give a quick mention to the Hourglass packaging - it's the same for all their products, I really like it, chunky, classy not over the top. Big thumbs up. But this brow pencil has snuck in and just completely covered every necessity, every hair colour and cancelled out the need for us to ever see any scary sharpie brows ever again. All colours have an ashy undertone (which is what you need for natural looking brows) and the angle of the pencil and the powder/wax formula makes application incredibly easy and I love the size of the spoolie at the other end. Any brow pencil that comes without a spoolie isn't worth the time of day but this is a short fat one that is actually perfect for brows - much easier to use that the long thin ones from days of yore.
If you are a normal person wanting natural looking brows that you can just fling on easily while you are doing your make-up in the morning then this is really worth checking out. Maybe a bit pricey for a one trick pony but a really good product from a really great brand.
What You Need to Know - Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil
- £26 | US$32 | AUS$49
- 9 shades including one for auburn hair
- Powder/wax formula making it long lasting
- Angled pencil one end, short, fat spoolie the other
- See it in my September 2015 favourites here
- Available in the UK from Space NK, Harrods Urban Retreat, Liberty, John Lewis, Net-a-Porter
- Available in the US from Sephora, Hourglass
- Available in Australia from Mecca