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Brow Pencils Under P300: Which Is the Best for You?Which of these affordable finds can help you fake fuller brows?
Whether you're single, married, or already a parent, the search for beauty products that are of great quality -- and also wallet-friendly -- continues. One product of particular importance to us women is the brow pencil, so here's a comparison of several brands available in the market.
Our friends at Cosmo.ph accurately put to test three brands, namely: Bench, The Face Shop, and Nichido. See the results below:ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Where to buy: SM Megamall
What is it: A triangular-tip retractable eyebrow pencil that comes with a spoolie brush.
Why we love it: Its pencil can softly fill in sparse areas and thicken the appearance of brow hairs.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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Price: P225ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Where to buy: Robinsons Magnolia
What is it: A rectangular-tipped retractable eyebrow pencil with a spoolie brush on the other end.
Why we love it: Its shape helps you precisely fill in brows with ease, and the ashy tone complements our dark kilay hairs, giving a natural-looking, enhanced result.
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Where to buy: Watsons
What is it: A waterproof, creamy eyebrow pencil.
Why we love it: Its deep, dark hue allows you to draw feathery, hair-like strokes or fake full, dramatic brows at an insanely affordable price. Also, you won't have to worry about your kilay disappearing when you get sweaty. The formula is truly long-wearing!
ARTWORK: Jico Joson PHOTOGRAPHY: Mixi Ignacio MAKEUP: Ara Fernando
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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Smartparenting.com.ph editors.
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