MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine
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Benefit Instant Brow Pencil Review, Photos and Swatches

I have to say that one of the reasons why I really wanted to get this set was the eye brow pencil. I’ve already reviewed High Beam, Cha Cha Tint and now it’s time for the Instant Brow (£14/$20 for 1.2g /0.04 oz.)

There are three shades: deep, medium and light. And I have a medium shade as you can guess.

I love the design and how pretty this pencil looks, very Benefit.

I have got this pencil for my personal use and I have to say that I’ve been using (and loving)  it non-stop ever since I’ve got it. Why? There are so many reasons for that.

This is a perfect product to use in the morning when I have no time at all. It takes seconds to use and makes a huge difference in the way my brows look. This is what Benefit suggest on the application: “Lightly draw pencil on your brow, filling in sparse areas. Brush brows in place with the spoolie.”

Instant Brow has a nice soft texture (which is powder with wax) and it glides on easily. The colour  looks natural and your eye brows don’t look like you’ve painted them on. It’s almost impossible to over do your eye brows as you can always use the spoolie after the pencil to blend and comb out the excess.

And last but not least, this product stays on for the whole day and I never have any problems with fading or smudging.

In my opinion, this is a perfect eye brow product for the beginners as not everyone is good with brow powders and waxes.

And I’ve actually asked some of my friends who never ever do anything with their brows to try it. And you know what?! They loved it so much that some of them are starting their own eye brow routine.

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2 Responses to “Benefit Instant Brow Pencil Review, Photos and Swatches”
  1. pinksith says:

    I personally love IT Cosmetics long-winded Brow Power Universal Transforming Long-Wear Eyebrow Pencil with GrowLuxe Technology, but I’m interested in checking this out too!

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