Thursday, 11 May 2017

Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil | New For Spring

 
There is no denying that the world has gone brow crazy! The rise of the big-brow certainly has me searching high and low for the latest brow product to add to my collection. There’s no way I could even count the brow products I’ve tried on two sets of hands – it’s one of my favourite things to test and it’s all good fun! For a while now, the more highend brands have been sporting pencils with the angled, teardrop tips and until now, I had struggled to find one on the high street that delivered. Enter the new Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil*… 




The Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil is a new release and it’s part of Revlon’s spring/summer line-up. The pencil arrives in an understated black pencil tube, which is double ended. On one end you have a clear lid, which reveals a handy spoolie hiding inside. On the other you have a coloured lid (which reflects the pencil shade) and it hides the brow product. As I mentioned before, when you pop off the lid you will find the brow pencil, which features an angled tip. The tip is basically an oval shape, which has a slightly more pointy tip at the top. This means that you can use the end of the pencil to draw in the hairs and the full width of the pencil to fill in the bulk of the brow. 




The pencil is not one of these super soft formulas, instead it’s actually quite firm, which gives you a lot of control over the look you’re creating.  It allows you to fill and define the brow, before taming and softening the look with the spoolie on the other end. The formula is waterproof (perfect for the April showers we’re experiencing) and Revlon say it can last up to 24 hours! 



The new Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil available in 4 natural shades: dark brown, black, brown and blonde. I’ve swatched two of the shades for you below: ‘brown’ is on the left and ‘dark brown’ is on the right. The Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencils are available right now, priced at £6.99 each




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