Etude House Drawing Eyebrow in Dark Brown Review

This made me switch from brow powders to brow pencils.

I'm not a brow expert obviously. I've always used brow powders just because I find them easy to work with, but ever since I tried these angled Etude House brow pencils, I made the switch.

These are very affordable at only PHP 128. It's very easy to use considering I'm a newbie to brow pencils. It's easy to build up the color and it's also to easy to conceal whenever I make mistakes.

Note that it isn't waterproof, but it can last a whole day. The spoolie that it comes with is so-so for me. I just feel like I can't spread the product evenly. Also, when you're down to the last like millimeters of the brow pencil, it usually breaks and becomes unusable. I've had this happen to me a number of times already.

But hey, I still think it's a good buy. I tried other brow pencils from Etude House, but this has become my favorite.


  1. you definitely don't want bushy brows! lol. i had bushy brows growing up and it was awful! my mom didn't let me get them done until 11th grade.the only upside is that the professionals doing my brows had a lot to work with and could shape them in whatever way. haha.
    that tip/brush thing looks interesting. it looks kind of hard and stiff actually. your "finished" brow looks great though! it looks natural which is never a bad thing :)

  2. i don't know if you have e.l.f. in the Philippines, but I love their eyebrow kit. it's so cheap ($3) and it last me the whole day.