Anastasia Brow Wiz vs. Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil

Up until about 6 months ago, I never paid any attention to my eyebrows. Besides the odd pluck here and there, I let those bad boys be. I always thought that I had bushy eyebrows that looked fine on their own until I discovered the Anastasia Brow Wiz in Granite. The brow wiz is an extremely thin mechanical brow pencil that makes it easy to fill in extremely sparse brows. The shade selection is wide and Granite is perfect for girls with deep brown-black hair like mine. It made my brows full and natural looking except when I was filling in the tail area. Because I suffer from short brows, I usually have to really fill in the end and the brow wiz often looked dark and fake when it came to the end half of the hairs. I used the wiz for a few months before I got my hands on the Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil in Dark Brunette. Dark Brunette is a nice shade for my hair because it’s a bit lighter than the brow wiz, which makes the brows look more natural. The waxy nib on the end is thick and makes it easier to control the angle you want your brows to be in. The spoolie on the other end is the most thick and effective brush I’ve ever used. When it comes to achieving Cara Delevigne-esque eyebrows, the Hourglass pencil wins hands down. It makes my brows extremely thick and full without looking like I have a lot of product in the hairs.