I'm sure you're all familiar with the eyebrow queen Anastasia and her raved about Brow Wiz. I've been using mine on and off for a while now and really love everything about it. It's sometimes hard to find great eyebrow products in the drugstore, because they tend to come with warm undertones, but since Anastasia is known for eyebrow products you can count on finding the correct shade of products suited for you.
The Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz is a slim retractable eyebrow pencil and the shape is perfect for creating thin hair-like strokes, to mimic real hair or simply add some definition. It is available in 10 different shades and contains 0,085 g of product. One side features the pencil and the other side has a perfectly sized spoolie, which you use to brush through and shape the brows as well as to soften and defuse any harsh lines from using the pencil.
I have the shade taupe (formerly Ash Blonde) and its cool-neutral undertone is perfect for adding definition to my brows. Depending on how much pressure you apply while you use the product you can get lighter or deeper color pay off from it. With brows it's better to build up application slowly, especially if you're working with sparse and/or light colored brows so they stay looking natural. The formula is waxy and slightly stiffer, but still has a good color pay off. It is long lasting and whenever I use it, my brows stay in place until the end of the day, without smudging or noticeable fading. But as you will see below, I don't have to use that much product - I make a couple of light strokes through the whole brows and then add some more definition on the arch and tail. Sometimes I also like to use the Essence Make Me Brow in Blondy Brows (tinted brow mascara) with it, to add more fullness.
Considering how little product is inside, the Brow Wiz is quite expensive, but the formula is also really good. Since I only use it to add a couple of lines it has lasted me for quite some time and I find to be a good value for the price. Earlier this year they also came out with the Brow Definer which I'm hoping to try next. Available here.