**Warning: This post is packed with pictures as I'd like to show you detailed design of the product. More pictures below the following text.
Tom Ford Brow Sculptor in Espresso ($44 for 0.01 oz) defines the beauty products that brought about the name for my blog. Convenient.
Everything from the brow pencil, the brush, and the sharpener is brilliantly packed in a single light-weight pencil. But Tom Ford Espresso functions more than just a cool gadget. The soft cool brown color compliments both my skin tone and my soft black brow hair. as I want natural looking brows but I also want build up the color for more intense brow looks sometimes. This pencil can do both. When it's on it stays put for at least 10 hours. The design of the pencil tips makes it really easy to create feather strokes. So I guess if you want more accurate tips this might not meet your need.
Now this is the only mechanic brow pencil I own so I don't want to speak for other brow products out there. Tom Ford Brow Sculptor can't suit me more perfectly. I use it mainly to fill in some little gaps between brow hair for picture-friendly reason. For me, this is a must-have!
Have you tried Tom Ford Brow Sculptor? If yes, how do you like it compared to other brands'? If no, are you tempted?
The design. Pencil on one end. Brush and sharpener on the other end.
The color compared to Chanel Stylo Yeux Espresso (1 stroke). While the color is similar, Tom Ford Brow Sculptor Espresso is much sheer. I'm not contrasting the texture of both because they're designed for different purposes.
The actual pencil on one end. I've heard you'll use it up in 3 months for everyday. I've been sporting Espresso non-stop 3 times a week and just shortened it for 1 mm!
The tip of the pencil is a sharp V created by two facets from both sides
The brush on the other end that can be removed to expose the pencil sharpener.
The pencil sharpener helps to maintain the V shape of the pencil
To sharpen the pencil slide the tip of the pencil along the tube