K-Palette is probably my most used eyebrow brand. There’s always a K-Palette eyebrow pencil or pen on my dresser. K-Palette eyebrow products are everything-proof so I can wear them with confidence. I can live without eye shadow but I can’t go without eyebrow products!
So anyway, meet K-Palette 3 Way Eyebrow Pencil. It’s the newest member of the K-Palette eyebrow product family.
K-Palette 3 Way Eyebrow Pencil comes in 4 shades. I’ll get to that in a bit.
So how is it 3 way? It has a pencil tip, a powder tip, and a spoolie.
The 4 shades are 01 Light Brown, 02 Natural Brown, 03 Mocha Brown, and 04 Grayish Brown.
I normally use 02 Natural Brown. What I do is outline the brow shape I want first with the pencil. Then I fill in, also with the pencil.
I go over the pencil with the powder tip.
Then I use the spoolie to blend.
My eyebrows are thick and full but I still need to define them. See the difference a K-Palette 3 Way Eyebrow Pencil makes?
What I like about the K-Palette 3 Way Eyebrow Pencil:
- It’s very easy to use. The pencil is highly pigmented and goes on smoothly.
- The matching powder fills in any part you may have missed drawing.
- It’s long lasting so it can easily go from day to night.
- It always looks natural.
- As I’ve mentioned earlier, it’s everything-proof. Water, sweat, and oil don’t make it disappear.
- It comes in 4 shades so you’re sure to find a match.
- It’s reasonably priced at P795.
Downside? The only downside is the pencil runs out quickly. The powder will remain long after the pencil is gone.
Here’s the best version of my K-Palette eyebrows. Pencil, powder, and brow mascara from K-Palette complete this look. Excellent makeup job by Camille Villaruel (@makeupbycmilv on IG). I always end up hating the makeup artists who work on my face. Camille is one of the very few exceptions. Now to try and replicate this at home lol.
The K-Palette 3 Way Eyebrow Pencil is available for P795 at Beauty Bar, Rustan’s (Shangri-la, Makati, ATC), SM Department Stores (Megamall, Mall of Asia, Makati, Aura, and North Edsa), Metro Gaisano (Fairview Terraces, UP Town Center) and Zalora.
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