Despite my firm belief that no razor should ever be raised to the face, I admittedly let an SA trim my eyebrows a bit. In my defense I didn’t think she would be using a razor. It was a funny experience, actually. She just wanted to use the Wonder Drawing 24Hr Auto Eyebrow on my brows, which she described as natural-looking, even if I don’t end up buying anything. So, okay, I gave her the green light. Anyway, I did end up buying the eyebrow pencil she used.
Holika Holika Wonder Drawing 24hr Auto Eyebrow was uniquely cut in a square shape to create a more natural brow look. Its waxy type formula allows it to adhere to skin gently without smudging even through sweat and rain. Vitamin E was added to soothe sensitive skin types and nourish the hair follicle. Comes in four shades ranging from light brown to grey black.
Directions: Gently draw in eyebrows and build color if needed. Use spooley to groom eyebrows and blend color.
- Waxy Formula
- Natural Looking
- Water Proof
- Vitamin E
- Four Colors
The Holika Holika Wonder Drawing 24Hr Auto Eyebrow has an angled twist-up pencil on one side and a spoolie on the other. It’s a space saver on my kit as I don’t need to use a separate brush on my brows and it’s one handy tool to have if I’m in a rush.
The shade I was matched to was 03 – light brown. It’s the lightest in the range and runs more blond than my hair is at the moment — my locks had turned into a medium blond shade these past few months. For something that’s cheap, it certainly works. It takes me less than a minute with this twist-up eyebrow pencil to fill in my brows and groom them in a way that’s not overly done. There are times when my brows are a little bit unccoperative, forcing me to put on a layer of brow gel to keep the strays in line. It’s not smudge-proof nor is it waterproof but it does stay all day on my brows despite the hotter weather the Philippines has been having lately.
I may have to buy the one in darker brown when I grow my hair out to its original shade. (Excuse this cut in for a random rant. Does it ever happen to you, for anyone with fine hair, that when you dye your hair a certain shade, a few weeks after, it lightens up to a shade of blond? Me, for example. I had tried being a brunette, a redhead, and somewhere between those two, but my hair always goes back to being a medium blond. So since I fancy my darker locks, I am growing my hair out because my last attempt at being a brunette ended up me going back to being a blond. End rant.)
I bought this for Php 195.oo at the SM Department Store in SM City Manila and available here for anyone in the US and Canada.