L’Oreal have extended their brow product once more, with the launch of the new L’Oreal Brow Artist Skinny Definer Brow Pencil. The Skinny Definer is just one of two new brow launches from the brand, as they’ve also recently launched the Xpert Eyebrow Pencil too. If you’d like to know more about this new launch, keep on reading.
L’Oreal Brow Artist Skinny Definer Brow Pencil
“Introducing the L’Oréal Paris Brow Artist Skinny Definer with a 1.5mm precision tip that never breaks for hair-like strokes. Containing an ultra blendable product that is water resistant and smudge-proof.”
- Skinny brow pencil that fills in and defines brows
- 1.5mm tip for hair strokes that look real
- Triangular tip for a mistake-proof application
- Effortless natural sculpted brow look
- Spoolie end for a smooth blend
- Available in 6 shades
Begin with clean eyebrows and start where your brows are more sparse. Apply the triangluar tip downward pulling it upwards to create hair-like strokes. Blend it in with the spoolie. To set your eyebrows, apply Brow Artist Plump and Set.
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The L’Oreal Brow Artist Skinny Definer Brow Pencil is £7.99 and is available in six different shades;
- Blonde 101
- Dark Blonde 103
- Chatain 104
- Brunette 105
- Dark Brunette 108
- Ebony 109
Each of the six shades, feature a tiny micro 1.5mm tip for ultra precise brow strokes as well as a spoolie on the opposite end, allowing you to brush through your brows for a natural, blended finish. L’Oreal have launched brow pencils before with small nibs, but this is definitely the smallest, and most precise nib they’ve ever created and it’d be fab for drawing hair-like strokes throughout your brow.
I think this pencil will work best for those with naturally quite full brows, but those that have sparser brows will probably be better off with the Xpert Eyebrow Pencil, as it’s got a much thicker nib which will therefore work better for creating shape, colour and brow hairs all in one.
The L’Oreal Brow Artist Skinny Definer Brow Pencil looks like it’d be a dupe for the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz, whereas the Xpert Eyebrow Pencil looks like the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer, except they’re both just £7.99 each.
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