Soap & Glory Archery Brow Tint & Precision Shaping Pencil | Review

5 January 2017


When it comes to most beauty products, I'm fairly quick to make up my mind and decide whether I like a product or not. This, however, took months of trying out before I slowly but surely developed a little place for it in my heart (and makeup bag).

I'm a big fan of the Soap & Glory bath and body range, yet I haven't had the opportunity to try out many products from their makeup collection. I was on the hunt for an eyebrow product that is quick to apply on those days when I don't want super defined brows, so I picked up the Soap & Glory Archery Brow Tint & Precision Shaping Pencil from Boots.

The Soap & Glory Archery Brow Tint & Precision Shaping Pencil comes in 3 shades; 'Love is Blonde' (light brown), 'Brownie Points' (medium brown) and 'Dark Chocolate' (dark brown). I picked up the shade 'Love is Blonde' as I've got fair skin and dark blonde hair. The product has 2 different ends, the first one being a super fine felt tip which I normally use to fill in any gaps in my eyebrows and give the illusion of fuller brows. As the tip is so fine it really helps to fill in the brows with precision, although this does take a bit of time if you're slightly impatient with your brows like me. The felt tip is also quite pigmented so I normally apply this using quick, light strokes.

The other end of the product contains a light brown pencil, and this is perfect if you prefer a quicker option. Initially, I thought this would be my least favourite end of the product, however it turned out to be my favourite. The pencil helps to shape your eyebrows, giving them a bit of an arch, and helps to set them in place. When I'm in a rush I tend to skip the felt tip end and go straight for the pencil as although it's not as precise as the felt tip, it's quick and does the job pretty well!

If you're after something that gives you more defined eyebrows, I'd recommend the Benefit KA-Brow! - review here.

Have you tried Soap & Glory's brow products?

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