Sleek launched two new brow products this week; the Sleek Micro Fine Brow Pencil and the Sleek MakeUP Nano Brow Disc. The Micro Fine Brow Pencil is a super fine brow pencil, Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz style and the Sleek MakeUP Nano Brow Disc which is a brow version of the gimmicky eyeliner roller which was doing the rounds a couple of years ago.
Sleek Makeup Nano Brow Disc
- Smudge proof
- Non-transfer formula
- Water resistant
- Mimics hair like strokes
- Achieves super precise brows
- Defines brows
- All day wear
- 12hr wear
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The Sleek MakeUP Nano Brow Disc is £7.99 and available in four different shades; Blonde, Ash Brown, Medium Brown and Dark Brown. The packaging is sleek with a black plastic pot, and elongated handle with a roller disc applicator which looks just like the roller eyeliners such as the Revlon Exacify Eyeliner.
The packaging only contains 1ml of product which really isn't very much at all, so I can't imagine it'll last very long especially as you have to draw the ‘disc' back and forth through the brows to create the hair-like strokes. In fairness, the Revlon Exactify Eyeliner also only contains 1ml so it must be a standard across the roller wheel products.
The liner was a bit of a gimmick as it wasn't very flexible when drawing across the eyelid, but I think the Sleek MakeUP Nano Brow Disc might actually be genius as you can draw the outline, and fill the brows easily. I'll hold out to see what the swatches are like, but I really want to try it!