I never leave the house without my eyebrows on. These days I can even skip the foundation and the lip color, as long as my brows are in place. It's not that I have crazy ones that are thin and stick every which way, no, I just feel that my face is bare without solid arches holding it up. Eyebrows make all the difference - you can write that on my tombstone!
Anyway. My usual eyebrow routine can be quite laborious if I have the time. I draw some hair on with a fine-tip liquid pen, soften that up with powder, and then break any solid lines down with a spoolie brush. When I don't have the time, I pick up a fuss-free pencil like the Heroine Make Quick Eyebrow (P345 at Watsons) and be done in less than a minute.
This tiny twist-up pencil looks so unassuming but I tell you, this shades brows beautifully. The product is narrow and very hard that it won't color much if you swatch it on the back of your hand. However, when you use it to shade your brows, you'll get a very soft yet defined finish.
This Heroine Make pencil is similar to my HG before from Shu Uemura, minus the sword-shaped tip and the expensive price tag. The shade I have here is 03. It's a light brown with a blonde undertone. I didn't think it would work for my dark hair color but it does, as you can see in my EOTD below.
This is perfect for those who like soft, natural-looking eyebrows although you can definitely layer more if you need to. If you have oily skin, this is most likely going to stay on short of you rubbing it off.
Here's the catch though: the point is so hard that you can lose a couple of brow hairs if you color too hard. Just remember to use a light hand!
Overall, the Heroine Make Quick Eyebrow Pencil works well and is fairly affordable. It's something I pick up in a hurry or whenever I'm traveling since it's so convenient. It's also ideal for that natural eyebrow trend going on this 2015. ^_^ So there you go! Let me know if you've tried this and what you think.
Heroine Make is available in Watsons.