I picked up the Eylure X Fleur De Force Brow Define completely on a whim. I had run out of my micro brow pencils, and went into Boots to pick up my old reliable Nyx one. (Review here).
But then I spotted the Eylure one hanging with all of the lashes. And one thing in particular intrigued me. Rather than having a spoolie on one end of the pencil like most do. This is a dual ended pencil. I don’t miss the spoolie, as I generally use a separate one anyways. But this could be a deal breaker for a lot of people, I know.
It only comes in three colour ways light, medium and dark. But within one pencil you get two different shades of that colour. I picked up the medium one, and it works really well for me.
You get a darker side for extra defining. I use this more at the tail of my brow where I need the most help. And also underneath my brows to give them more definition and shape.
Then, I use the lighter shade through the body of them and through the front.
I have to say I am really loving the Eylure X Fleur De Force Brow Define. The pencils aren’t too soft, so they are great for manipulating the shape you want. I love a micro brow pencil in general for this. I feel like they just give you more control and my brows need alot of help in the shape department.
I find the formula pigmented, but, not too pigmented. I feel like you can work the pigment with the pressure you apply, if that makes sense? The pencil itself, for me, hasn’t been flaky or chalky at all. In fact, I think I like the Eylure offering more than the Nyx one! That’s a bold statement right there 🙂
Overall, I think it’s safe to say I’m a fan! The Eylure X Fleur De Force Brow Define will set you back €14.99 from the Boots website here.
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