Medium Brown (for medium brown hair w/ cool/ash undertones)
Anastasia Beverly Hills has taken the much-loved Brow Definer a step further - the all-in-one brow pencil is now available in twelve shades, including Ash Brown and the beloved vintage shade Strawburn! This triangular-tipped retractable eyebrow pencil features three distinct sides for defining, filling and detailing brows - ideal for versatility in application - plus a soft, custom spoolie brush for blending the product to a natural-looking finish. Easily achieve your perfect brow look with this one multifunctional tool.
Why You'll Love It:
Triangular tip has three different-sized edges for multifunctional use and versatility in application
Use the flat side for shading and outlining the brows. Use the medium side to fill and define. Use the fine tip to create hairlike detail.
Formula features the perfect balance of wax and pigment for easy blending and application (without skipping)
Soft, custom spoolie brush was specifically designed for blending Brow Definer's formula into brow hairs for creating a natural-looking finish
All-in-one brow tool for easy, on-the-go application
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer is a retractable pencil that has a unique, triangular tip that can be used three different ways to outline and fill brows.
Begin by exposing only a small amount of product (about 2¿3 millimeters); this allows for maximum control of the pencil and prevents overextension when applying the product. Remember all ABH products are highly pigmented, so little pressure is required.
1. Start by defining the brow shape. Using the spoolie end of Brow Definer, comb brow hairs upward. Then, using the flat edge of the pencil, outline the bottom of the brow from arch to tail. Next, comb brow hairs downward and outline the top of the brow from arch to tail using the flat edge.
2. Comb brow hairs back in place and fill in the brow from arch to tail using the medium edge of the pencil. Blend using the spoolie.
3. Using the fine tip of the pencil, detail the front of the brow by creating hairlike strokes. Starting at the base of the front of the brow, press the tip down and pull up in the direction of hair¿s natural growth. Use this technique throughout areas of sparseness. Continuously blend throughout application.