So today's post is going to be on the Soap & glory ARCHERY Eyebrow tint and precision sharpening pencil. I got this product not that long ago because I needed a New eyebrow product because nothing was working and I felt like my stila light pencil looked too fake on my eyebrows so I wanted to try something new and fresh so I found this. My first impressions were it's too dark and it makes my eyebrows look even worse but as I started to get used to it and I learned how to not make it so dark I literally love it now and I will most likely buy a new one when it runs out.
How I use it
I use the Sharpe Pencil side for the outline of my eyebrows so I have a guideline to not go over ( just follow your own eyebrow shape as a guideline).
Then I go in with the Thicker end which feels like crayon to try till in the lighter hairs to give it that nice full affect that I currently lack in naturally. The next thing I go is go in with the Sharpe side again and do small hair like strokes to give the illusion it is full with more fair and no product.
Then normally I go in with a blonde powder to make sure it stays in place followed by brushing it with an old clear mascara brush to make sure it doesn't make my eyebrows look fake. The more natural the better.
Is it worth the money?
The Soap & Glory ARCHERY is currently £10 exactly in places like Boots and I personally do think it'd worth the money if you're like me and they have light eyebrows ( acne cream bleached some of my eyebrows that's why I now fill them in a bit ).
If you're looking for a cheaper alternative you can go to TK maxx and get the Stila Eyebrow pen which is the same only difference Is the price( £4.99 ) and the fact it doesn't have a brow tint which honestly doesn't matter. If you're looking for a more High end alternative I would suggest the Anastasia Brow wiz or the dip brow.
Thanks for reading; I hope you enjoyed and I hope this helped.