I never really undersood why all of a sudden brows are sooo important. Its a hairy bit of your face, why would we focus on them as a significant part of the face? It just didn't make sense to me.
All I wanted from my brows is for them to be neat and tidy and hope that by the time I hit 60 I don't hve crazy old man eyebrows! Here's still to hoping!
But the buzz around this did drag me in, and I had to give it ago. Now I'm a massive eyebrow convert, I totally understand why if you find a good brow product you should never let it go!
In the blogging world, Soap and Glory's Brow Archery is said to be a perfect dupe for a rather expensive high end brow stick, but I'm not going to say that. This little beauty needs its own praise, and doesn't need to be compared to anything else to build a reputation. It really is just amazing!
The Brow Archery comes double ended, one end is one of the nices spoolies I've ever seen (Who'd have thought I'd ever say that about a spoolie?!) The spoolie is slimmer than any I've ever seen, which is perfect for grooming your brows into the shape you want before you go in with the crayon end.
The crayon end is seriously amazing! It's ridiculously tiny, so its ideal for creating tiny hair like lines for a completely natural look. The consistency is perfect too, hard enough that it doesn't snap, or that you use too much product, but soft enough for a really flawless natural look. You'll have to work pretty hard to get some scouse brows with this!
As far as I'm aware, the shade range in the brow archery is pretty good too. I use the darker shade ( I want to say hot chocolate, but I'm really not sure) which is prefect for my dark brown hair, but I think that depending on the pressure you use, you can deepen or lighten the shade as you go.
Have you tried this before? If not, you really do need to!