|Tom Ford Brow Sculptor|
This is my newest Holy Grail product.
A combination of overplucking in my youth and thyroid issues have left me with very sparse brows. For years I’ve used pencils, powders and gels, all with mixed results, trying to fill in my brows and give them some shape and definition. All had their drawbacks. Pencils had staying power but I find them difficult to use to get the shape and application of color just right. Too much and….
…well, not quite but it’s just too easy to cross over into “too harsh” territory. Powders are easiest and have the best color options, but often do a vanishing act by mid-day. I’d been using the Laura Mercier Brow Definer Gel which had the ease of application of a powder, and the longevity of a pencil. But even the color lightest option was a bit red (not terrible when I had red hair, but wrong now). A couple of weeks ago, Vicki at French Essence recommended this new pencil, so I set out to track one down.
The Tom Ford Brow Sculptor pencil (in Taupe, for those of you with blonde, grey or light hair) is the best brow product I’ve tried yet. The angled tip makes it easy to fill and shape, and the color is soft and cool enough to match the color of my brows and look quite natural. Stays on all day.
Someone in comments also recommended this Brow Serum from Anastasia Beverly Hills, which is supposed to promote regrowth of brows. In the name of blog research and as a Public Service, I’m going to give it a try and report back.
Do you have a favorite brow product? Or are you one of those women who are blessed with full and shapely brows?
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