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Revlon Vital Radiance Brow Defining Pencil

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Brand: Revlon / Type: Pencil / Subcategory: Brows / What it does: Vitalizes,

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      24.06.2009 17:59
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      I'd recommend to all

      Like every woman, my eyebrows are extremely important when applying my make up. I'd got to a stage where just plucking wasn't enough to give my eyebrows the desired effect I wanted.

      I'm not someone who will pay a huge amount for a product that isn't too important. Don't get me wrong, I love my eyebrows but I'm not going to be paying £20 to make them look nice, I'd rather buy something else.

      So I was out just looking at the cheap make up aisle in B&M. I saw this eyebrow pencil for 79p. Now after buying the Revlon Vital Radiance eyeshadow brush, I was now familiar with the brand so I was intruiged.

      I bought my pencil in 'Brunette'. Which is just a medium brown colour, my eyebrows are dark brown/black.

      The pencil itself is in two parts. The first half is the pencil. It's a similar format to that of a mechanical pencil. You turn to get the pencil out. Which means no fussing about with sharpeners and you'll always get a thin tip for precision.
      The second half of the pencil is a brush. The brush is very similar to a mascara wand, but a lot thinner. This is perfect for brushing out the colour, to ensure your brows aren't overdone.

      I've been using this pencil everyday for months now and it's still not run out. I'm not someone who fills in the entire brow, I stick to defining the ends. Use light strokes, and then take the excess off with the brush. You won't be impressed with this if you're heavy handed as the colour doesn't match then.

      Overall I'd recommend this to anyone who wants to make their brows look a bit more defined without spending £20 on a browset kit. If you're really into brows, then it's probably not for you.


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