I've been coveting this pricey little stick for far too long. So when I had some SpaceNK points about to expire (that's how they get you, isn't it?), I thought this was my window. My window to spend an exorbitant amount of money on a pencil to colour in the tiny hairs above my eyeballs. Oh, beauty products.
As per usual, Estée was to blame for planting this product in my head as I-have-to-have-it after mentioning it in numerous videos of hers. And after she applied Soft Brown to me when she did my makeup, well if the deal was not already done, it was super done after that.
I'm gradually switching as much [if not all] of my makeup/skincare/hair products/etc. to cruelty free brands. This product (at least according to the packaging) is vegan as well. Great! As the title of this post states, this is only my first impression of the product as I haven't had it very long. But I love it already. I've been using two MAC (not cruelty free) shadows to do my brows and the Hourglass finish is miles more natural than I could ever manage to achieve with powder. This pencil is so much more precise. Also having the spooly on the other end makes all the difference. And I didn't have a spooly before. So. I just bought a £25 spooly. Beat that.
I got the lightest shade--Blonde. It works great with my fading ging/strawberry blonde hair. There are some ever so slightly warm undertones in the product colour that pulls this off. If you wanna see me with one eyebrow done to get a sense of the difference or closer than you ever wanted to be to my eyebrow, there you go.
Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil in Blonde £26