The product is a dual-ended brow crayon in a pink tube with the teardrop tip brow pencil on one end and a spoolie (small eyebrow brush) on the other. On the cap is a small band in the color of the pencil. Both components work well together and it is so compact that it takes up hardly any space in a makeup bag.
The pencil comes in 4 different shades – Blonde, Soft Brown, Medium Brown and Deep Brown – catering to different hair colors.
The brow definer is not too creamy nor too hard which makes it easily blendable.
For precise and defined brows, we first defined the brow with the narrow end of the teardrop pencil tip. Then, we turned the pencil to use the base of the tip (which is wider) to fill the space from the brow anchor to the brow arch. We filled the remainder of the tail using the narrow end of the applicator. Finally, we blended and styled the brows with the fluffy spoolie end. We finished up with a brow gel to fix the formula and avoid any smudging throughout the day.
The brow maker gave beautifully defined brows which highlighted the face but were not too obvious nor too dark. It created thick, voluminous and fuller looking brows with a soft natural finish that is somewhere between a powder and pomade finish. The pigmentation quality is acceptable, and the color matched perfectly with our hair and face allowing for a soft natural look. Ending the application with a brow gel ensured a long-lasting impact that lasted throughout the day without the color fading, smudging or transferring.
The retail price for this product is 10.6$ which is a perfect medium between products such as NYX Cosmetics eyebrow Marker 9.8$ and Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz 21$