Today, we celebrated #NationalPencilDay by having a look through the most popular eyebrow shaping pencils!
From waxes to powder and gels, the eyebrow pencil is a classic, an essential eyebrow product to start you off on your eyebrow journey!
Click below to find out our top picks!
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Estée Lauder ‘More Than Brows’ Brow Crayon – £17 from Selfridges
The chunky, jumbo brow pencil from Estée Lauder provides a bold crayon for bold brows. Fear not, though it is chunky and bold it’s soft enough to mimic light brow strokes!
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NYX Micro Brow Pencil – £8 from Boots
This micro pencil by NYX Cosmetics gets down to all the tiny details that you need for defined eyebrows. The super thin pencil allows you to draw small, hair like strokes while still filling in any gaps!
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Anastasia Beverley Hills Brow Wiz – £15 from Beauty Bay
Everyone raves on about Brow Wiz by the eyebrow guru, Anastasia. Super thin pencil that can be used to outline the brows before filling them in with her famous brow pomade or used to lightly fill in any sparse areas of the eyebrows! Lana Del Rey even used it for freckles and eyeliner, it’s that good!
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Laura Mercier Brow Pencil – £18 from Feel Unique
A very soft pencil that glides smoothly over the eyebrows to fill in all sightly gaps. It’s soft finish allows you to blend in the pencil with ease so your eyebrows don’t look so harshly filled in!
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Smashbox Brow Tech To Go – £20 from Smashbox
A very handy mini sized version of Smashbox’s Brow Tech, this makes it easy to carry everywhere with you for that emergency touch up. Plus, It’s waterproof so it’s perfect for your next vacay!
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Benefit High Brow Glow – £18 from ASOS
Not only are there pencils to actually fill in your eyebrows, but there’s pencils to highlight them! As part of Benefit’s huge eyebrow range they have this wonderful glow pencil that’s used to gently highlight the brow bone for extra definition!
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Maybelline Brow Satin – £6 from Superdrug
Supersoft pencil with a spongey tip on the other end to blend in for a natural look, perfect for a quick brow fix!
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Brow Lift By Charlotte Tilbury – £22 from House of Fraser
The crayon is the perfect shape to create angular brows, perfect for those arches! The colour doesn’t roll on too thick which allows for a gradual build of the fleeky eyebrows!
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Benefit Precisely, My Brow Pencil – £20 from Feel Unique
Used alongside Benefit’s Gimme Brow gel. it’s best used to outline the brows for a sharp finish, giving you those extra precise lines, tails and hair like strokes that you’ve always wanted!
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Tom Ford Brow Sculptor – £36 from House of Fraser
The slanted tip makes it easy to use, Tom Ford has perfected the formula for soft, natural looking colours for the eyebrows. It’s long lasting and will ensure that you’re brows are always on point!
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