Since using up my Une brow pencil I was determined to find one I would be happier with, I just found it too soft and I would need to sharpen it really often. The soft nib makes it a lot harder to create a defined shape and makes it more smudgy!
I decided to go for the Liz Earle brow pencil in Dark as I really wanted to try out something from their make up range. I looked up some reviews and they seemed pretty positive so I went for it. Liz Earle were doing free delivery when you buy any item of make up at that time which was really lucky - I probably would have just waited until I was in a John Lewis otherwise, I'm so cheap!
The pencil cost £11 and it also comes in Light. I went for Dark which matched my hair nicely, but I think they would do well to expand their colour range, to include red tones for example.
I have used it for just over a week now and I really like it. It is quite hard, but not too hard - it allows you to create sharp lines easily, but also to fill in bigger areas quickly.
|Eyebrows before - only wearing Soap & Glory Glow Job|
|Eyebrows after - make up completed|
I would definitely repurchase this, and I recommend it to anyone looking to try out a new one. The only thing I would say is that if you're not sure about the colour then go to a counter and try it out as it is quite expensive if you're not sure it'll suit.