Around the same time I picked up both the Burberry Effortless Eyebrow Definer from an online Sephora order, and the Tom Ford Correcting pen (see my review of that here) unexpectedly when I was outlet shopping around my birthday.
I’ve been giving my holy grail ‘brow product (Dior brow styler that I love) a break to try out the new Burberry product I purchased in May. I mean, I’ve even taken the Queen B out of my everyday makeup bag to give the Burberry one my full attention.
While I’m really fond of the Burberry Effortless Eyebrow Definer in the colour No. 02 Sepia, I still think it takes a bit of work to build up the colour in my brows since it applies so lightly onto the skin. It’s a hard decision for me to say whether or not I prefer either or. I do love the ultimate precision I get from the Dior pencil due to how thin it is, but the colour is a lot more ashy in the Burberry’s Sepia.
I always like to post before/during/after photos to show you how it truly works. So let’s jump on in.
Nothing applied to my eyebrows.
Eyebrow filled in on YOUR left.
Both brows filled in.
And finally, a side-by-side comparison.
I’m definitely not looking for an obviously-filled-in-eyebrow. I prefer a little messier and natural looking application. It definitely makes them look naturally thicker. I think I’ve found myself another winner. It’s hard to say yet if it’ll be another holy-grail… you can have two holy grail eyebrow pencil brands, right? Because that’s what I’m going to call it. Both the Dior Brow Styler, and the Burberry Effortless Eyebrow Definer are winners, and I would definitely not hesitate to repurchase.
Burberry Effortless Eyebrow Definer $36CDN / $33USD available in 5 shades.
What are your go-to eyebrow products, if you fill in your ‘brows?