Where they ditched their black packaging designs, and replacing them with white. The ‘new’ formulas and packaging hasn’t had the best reception, but let’s take a look at this brand new brow pen.
“Did someone say fuller and thicker-looking brows? Achieve your desired brow look with our uniquely-designed No7 Eyebrow Microfilling Pen. The fine 4-pronged angled tip provides light and fuss-free application to fill sparse gaps and add definition in just a few single strokes. “
The No7 Eyebrow Microfilling Pen is a four-pronged brow felt tip pen, which is expertly formulated to mimic the look of natural hair. No7 claims the pen glides on with ease, latching effortlessly onto brows without clogging or skipping as you apply.
- Fuller and thicker-looking brows
- Defines natural eyebrows in just a few single strokes
- Adds structure to fill sparse gaps resulting in a fluffy look
- Enjoy 24 hour wear, smudge-proof, water-proof and sweat-resistant
- Suitable for sensitive skin
The No7 Eyebrow Microfilling Pen is said to offer 24-hour wear time, with a smudge-proof, waterproof and sweat-resistant formulation. The brow pen is designed to create hair-like strokes throughout the brows, to look more natural than say a conventional brow pencil.
Clinical Trial Results
92% agreed the pen glides on with ease*
92% agreed the pen makes brows look fuller*
90% agreed the pen mimics natural brow hair*
92% agreed the pen does not smudge throughout the day*
There are just three shades available for the No7 Eyebrow Microfilling Pen;
- Light Brown
Each of the shades is £9.95, which is expensive for a brow felt tip. Especially when you consider the Revolution Hair Stroke Brow Pen is just £6. Although the Revolution version has a flexible felt tip nib, and the No7 version has the angled, prong nib, depending on what you’re looking for. If you’d like to check out the No7 brow pens, they’re available right now.