A well-defined eyebrow can definitely change the way you look. Fortunately, grooming your eyebrows doesn’t cost much. You can simply have your eyebrows waxed, threaded, or shaved. Go with the option that you’re most comfortable.
For an even better look, try filling in your brows with some color. You can either use brow powder, mascara, or a pencil. Personally, I’ve tried the pencil and powder options; the latter works best for me. However, I’ve heard of the Etude House Drawing Eye Brow Pencil. You can say it’s sort of an upgraded pencil since it doesn’t come with a tipped point. The Etude House Drawing Eye Brow Pencil has a tapered tip, which my colleagues claim, makes it easier to define your brows.
Being the makeup junkie that I am, I’ve decided to get one for myself. Haha! I got the Shade 2 since I have brown streaks on my hair. Incidentally, you should choose a color that’s 1-2 shades lighter than your eyebrow colors when shopping for eyebrow makeup!
Going back to the Etude House Drawing Eye Brow Pencil, it’s available for just Php 128.00. At first glance, you might think it’s an expensive purchase since the lead is only approximately 2cm. However, other users say you can use the EH Drawing Eye Brow Pencil for about 2 months if I remember correctly. I guess that’s a fair enough price if you consider the duration you can use said eyebrow makeup, right? Also, the other end of the pencil features a spoolie that you can use to further groom your brows with.
I’ve also tried using it as soon as I got home last night, but I was a total failure. I’m not sure if it’s because I was already tired and sleepy or if I was just totally clueless how to use brow pencils. Hence, no pictures of the failed trial. I’ll see about having photos of the filled in eyebrows when I get it right.
For now here are some photos of the Etude House Drawing Eye Brow Pencil!