Today I'm going to compare the 2 shades of Etude House Drawing Eyebrow, #2 Grey Brown and #5 Grey. Before I begin, I wanna inform you guys that I've been using Etude House Drawing Eyebrow #4 Dark Grey and #6 Black since last year. And it never fails to impress me. It very easy to apply and really cheap!
Etude House Drawing Eyebrow pencil comes with 6 shades:
|The shade number #2 was a refill that placed into another shade's packaging.|
I love the packaging, because it really easy to bring and travel-able, fit into my small make up bag, and also refillable.
I love the way the pencil in triangular shaped. It makes easier to use! Even beginner can draw their eyebrow easily.
So, here are the swatches of the 2 shades on my hand:
The grey brown is way darker than the grey. Both of them are really a good choice to have a more natural look. And how does it work on my eyebrow? Check out the pic below!
However, both of them show up well on my eyebrow. But I prefer grey brow, I don't know why I just love it.
How to use?
♥ Follow your eyebrow line and keep it flat.
♥ Fill your eyebrows gap from middle to end.
♥ Tilt the pencil to the end of your eyebrow line.
♥ Brush it.
♥ Raise the brush slightly where necessary.
I've been using #2 grey brown drawing eyebrow pretty much for my everyday make up. It looks soft like a real eyebrow. But I hate that it doesn't last in a day, it is not waterproof and easily erased especially when I rub my face with water (wudhu).
PRO♥ Really on budget! idr 30k
♥ Easy to use
♥ Very natural looking
♥ Available in 6 shades