One of the advantages of this pencil is the fact that it has two ends (one is the pencil and the other is an eyebrow brush). I start by penciling in small hair-like strokes to fill in my brows.
Then, I use the brush end to blend the pencil lines with my natural brow hairs and comb my eyebrows in place. I could use a clear mascara to set them at this point, but I feel as though the texture of this pencil (and the fact that I use the facial oil on my brows, too) takes care of that.
Here's how my brows look when they're done. It's very natural, like the freckles you can see on my nearly naked face (I'm wearing 100 Percent Pure's Lip to Cheek in Cranberry Glow, Josie Maran eyeliner pencil, which is no longer available, and 100 Percent Pure Fruit Pigmented Mascara in Black Tea in addition to the eyebrow pencil). This eyebrow pencil is very economical, as it is priced at $5.99 (currently on sale at Target for $5.39 and on the Boots Botanics website for $2.40).
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