What's the difference between Brow Wiz and Perfect Brow Pencil, besides the fact that one needs to be sharpened and the other is a mechanical twist up? Is one better than the other? I've only ever used the Anastasia Brow Powder Duo, but I'm interested in trying out a brow pencil.
Hi- Agree with the previous post, it is personal preference. The Brow Wiz I like for more detail and if you have full brows and just a few holes then it's perfect to get in. The Perfect Brow Pencil must be sharpened but I like to use it to cover a larger portion of my brows.
Because I have a lot of brow hair but not much color in them, I prefer the Perfect Brow Pencil because I can manipulate my brows a little more in terms of intensity.
A technique you can do is to use the brow pencil from the side versus the point to help fill in the brows and achieve a more natural affect. I like to start in the middle of my brows where the arch is and define that area, then go back and with short strokes fill in the rest of the brows paying attention to the direction of how the hair grows.
Hope that helps finalize your decision.