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NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour


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Why can't I ever find eyebrow products to match my brows? Why do I have funny coloured eyebrows? I mean they are not overly dark or light, they just a bit mousey and too ashy for most (affordable) eyebrow products. I am sure if I ventured over the £10 mark for something I would of found something by now that would fix my problem...but have I? Course not.

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Luckily for me and my tight purse strings I have found the NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour (£8). A waxy double ended pencil with one end made up of colour - I opted for Taupe and Vanilla, and creamy pale highlighter. Like most I do like a bit of contour so the option to transfer this to my brows is pleasantly welcome.  Each ends twists up, meaning neither side ever needs to be sharpened which I personally love for convenience sake as my pencil sharpener is never where I left it.

NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour, NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour Review, NYX Eyebrows, NYX Eyebrow pencil

NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour, NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour Review, NYX Eyebrows, NYX Eyebrow pencil

NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour, NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour Review, NYX Eyebrows, NYX Eyebrow pencil

NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour, NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour Review, NYX Eyebrows, NYX Eyebrow pencil

The taupe colour is a ashy brow shade, just a bit lighter than Illamasqua Brow Cake in Motto which is too dark for my brows really, and blends in well so it looks like those where the brows I was born with, and the creamy texture make it much more workable on those rushed mornings. The highlight end fits perfectly under my brow bone and again has that creamy texture allowing for a ultra smooth, easy application. The colour can be built up too without being too heavy looking, so if I fancy a Lily Colins look I can. After applying, I just blend it in slightly with a brush (or finger if I am really rushed)  to make sure I do't have any harsh lines left. Don't want to give away my brows aren't natural...

If like me your brow are a bit nothingy then NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour could be your answer, and considering they do such a wide colour range I'd imagine most brows would be catered for. Well, at worst all you will be left with is contoured brows, and what possibly could be wrong with that?


Have you tried the NYX Sculpt & Highlight Brow Contour?





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