Today I’d like to share my experience, concerning Maybelline Brow Precise Micro Pencil. It should be noted that this purchase made my day and now I use it all the time As I’ve been using its Brow Satin fellow earlier, I’ll be comparing them in this review.
So, let me describe this product thoroughly
Volume: 0.6 g
Modern girls know how important it is to choose quality brow products.
Brows frame your face in the first place, so one should not neglect using some of these products.
The mechanical Brow Precise Micro Pencil has a thin pencil lead, which makes the brows look neat.
The pencil is perfect for filling out the sparse areas and shaping the brows. It lengthens and widens your hairs as you wish.
Besides, it’s extremely long-lasting, bright and it doesn’t smudge during the day.
The convenient spoolie attached is meant for grooming and shaping the brows, which makes Brow Precise Micro Pencil truly irreplaceable. It helps you to look every bit gorgeous.
G986361 Ingredients Synthetic Japan Wax Stearic Acid Hydrogenated Soybean Oil Hydrogenated Coco-Glycerides Zinc Stearate Polybutene Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil Cera Alba / Beeswax / Cire Dabeille Copernicia Cerifera Cera / Carnauba Wax / Cire De Carnauba Myristyl Myristate Vp/Eicosene Copolymer Polyglyceryl-2 Triisostearate Triethoxycaprylylsilane Polyhydroxystearic Acid Citric Acid
In contrast with Brow Satin, Brow Precise Micro Pencil has a grooming brush which is very helpful! When applying some foundation or powder, my brows get coloured a little as well. I usually shape my brows first and then use the pencil. Thus the spoolie helps me in both these cases
The pencil has a micro lead with which it’s easy to shape the brows and make them resemble natural hair, if you like.
In the photo below, you can see the difference in the shades. On the left - Micro Pencil - Deep Brown, on the right Brow Satin - Dark Brown.
They are similar, but Micro Pencil has a red tint in it as opposed to Brow Satin. I gravitate towards the latter one in this respect.
Micro Pencil is easier to apply, it’s softer and somewhat waxier, but it cuts both ways. On the one hand, it’s better for application, on the other hand, it runs out a lot faster.
So, I was fond of making my brows look more defined and graphic like most girls, but now natural brows are the thing. That’s why I prefer not to fill out the brows completely. Sometimes I add some colour on the thicker area of the brow, but now mostly I don’t. In the two first photos I’ve filled it out, on the lower two I haven’t. As far you can see, it’s possible to regulate the extent of it.
I’ve got no gripes about it. The colour sticks around the whole day if one doesn’t touch it. In the photo below you can see the version suitable for my everyday makeup.
It should also be mentioned that micellar water removes it easily, you don’t have to rub it until you’re blue in the face.
No doubt, I recommend Micro Pencil from Maybelline. One can shape and get the perfect brows (both graphic and natural) with minimum pressure applied. I give this pencil 5 stars.
Hope you find my review helpful!