Benefit Brow Contour Pro
When it comes to Benefit, they seem to have the market cornered on brow products. They are currently offering over ten different brow products, and the Benefit Brow Contour Pro is the newest member to the club. What makes this product so different is that it is reminiscent of your favorite multi-colored pen from middle school! The Benefit Brow Contour Pro can make your brow complete with just one tool. There are four full size products in one, which makes it pretty unique compared to what else is on the market.
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The 4-in-1 product contains a two shades for the brow, a defining pencil to clean up your edges, and a highlighting pencil as well. The shade range covers five different spectrum, which is decently inclusive. Considering that you are getting four brow products for $34 dollars, I would say that it is quite fair. Especially for what I have paid for higher-end brow products in the past. I do appreciate that we are getting more product for our money than we do with just purchasing a single eyebrow pencil.
Is it worth it?
With my red hair, I have been using the light brown option in the range. I probably could have gone with the blonde shade, but I like a more defined brow. If you have been reading my blog for a while, then you know that I love the Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil more than pretty much anything. If I’m going to compare the two, I would say for the cost, that one is better. That being said, there is nothing wrong with the Benefit Brow Contour Pro at all. I love how it performs, and it allows me to really get those Instagram-Worthy brows with little effort.
I love the formulation of all of the pencils. How rare is it that you actually like everything about a product? The packaging is a really cute idea, but does lean towards the lighter side. That being said, it leaves if feeling slightly cheap in your hand. I do get nervous about one of the buttons breaking on the pencil. Each of the pencils does require quite a bit of twisting the package to get the product out of it. It makes me wonder if I am using that much product with each use, or if it just dispenses very little at a time.
Do you think this is a product you would use, or are you interested in just a regular eyebrow pencil?
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