These brow pens have nibs that are soft and flexible allowing for greater precision – the colours aren’t too dark (haven’t we all done the too-dark brow thing?) so you can build them for accuracy. Shown here is Blond (top) and Sable – they’re lovely pens and avoid that whole waxy crayon thing that can happen with brow pencils. They’re £22 each. I’m not sure that they’d work that well as body pens – they seemed to bleed a little at the edges which probably wouldn’t happen on the brow area, but on the soft, fleshy part of my arm I probably used too much weight on the pen and caused it. Small, flicky movements will be fine, but don’t see how this can translate well to any body drawings.
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I like to fill in my brows but it would be a massive nono if they bleed a little into the skin, especially paying £20! Pens can look really fake on the brows I think, unless applied absolutely correctly which so many can not do. Pens are great for eyeliners but they’ve never worked for brows, in my personal experience!
How “semi permanent” are these? I mean, how long do they last and how do you remove them?
HI Musing: I think semi-permanent is a mis-description: the colour stays fast pretty well all day long and does take a little effort to remove..so in that sense they’re long lasting which is probably a more accurate way to describe them.