For the past six months, I have been loving the Tom Ford Brow Sculptor in Espresso. Tom Ford believes that the brow is one of the most important elements of the face, so it is no surprise to see that he has created a lovely multitasking eyebrow tool. Since receiving it, I have worn it in countless videos and have raved about it often, so I figured it was due time for a post. This brow product can be found at Neiman Marcus and Bergdof Goodman online for $42, but it is well worth the price tag.
Sharpener end [screws on and off]
Short and pointed brow brush/comb
Made in Japan
I strictly donned grey brow brows using the likes of the Shiseido Natural Black Pencil or CdP 204 for years. But recently, I started wearing brown to mix things up and also because I had brown partial highlights added to my hair. Some people like it, others do not.. but at the end of the day, as long as your brows are properly arched and filled in, I feel that you can wear whatever brow color you want to wear.
The Brow Sculptor is available in four shades: Blonde, Chestnut, Taupe, Espresso. Chestnut is intended for those with auburn or red tones in their hair.
Both pencils fully extended, each only used 3x
Anastasia BW in Medium (ashy brown), TF in Espresso (dark brown), Cle de Peau in 204 (grey brown)
Espresso always photographs much warmer when swatched or worn. It actually looks more neutral in person, so I highly recommend stopping by a counter and checking them out yourself if possible. The Tom Ford boutique in Beverly Hills finally installed a fully stocked cosmetics counter, so my fellow SoCal residents.. happy swatching!
Bottom Line: I love Espresso so much, I will be purchasing Taupe next.