I’m a brow pencil addict, but have always wanted to try a brow pen. When I discovered that the Milani Brow Tint Pen was vegan-friendly, I had to give it a try. I have heard great things about brow pens from many people and was so curious about how they would apply, what the strokes would look like, and what the shades were like. After using the Milani Easy Brow Pencil, I wasn’t too sure what to expect from the brown pen but remained hopeful.
Claims: “To get straight to the point, precision brow styling has never been easier than with this long-wearing, felt-tip tool. Fill in sparse areas, fake a lush fullness, or simply shape and define your look. It’s an extra dose of soft matte refinement in an easy-to-use pen.”
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Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Alcohol, Glycerin, PVP, PEG/PPG-14/4 Dimethicone, Red 40 (CI 16035), Yellow 5 (CI 19140), Blue 1 (CI 42090).
Pros: Comes in two shades. Fine felt tip applicator. Easy to apply. Cruelty free brand. Vegan formula.
Cons: The color range is very limited. Takes a bit of getting used to at first to get natural pen strokes.
The Verdict: The Milani Brow Tint Pen is an interesting product that will work really well for some, and not so great for others. There were some great things about it – the felt tip and how smoothly it applied. But wether or not this is a good product for you would depend on the shade of your brows and how much filling in you need to do.
The Brow Tint Pen only comes in two shades – Natural Taupe (for blonde to light brown hair) and Dark Brown (for dark brown to black hair). I bought the Dark Brown shade and found that the shades was actually lighter than my Anastasia Brow Wiz in Soft Brown. The Dark Brown shade is better suited for those with light brown hair than dark brown or black hair.
The felt tip was really easy to use. I found that it held up really well too. It was easy to create even strokes, but there was a learning curve to get them to look natural. If you need to do a lot of filling in on your brows, this may not be the best option for you. But if you just need to fill in a few sparse spots here and there, it could work really well.
Overall, I have mixed feelings about the Milani Brow Tint Pen. The product itself feels lacking, but the packaging is great. If they were to expand the shade range, I can see this being a better product for those looking for a cruelty free and vegan brow pen.
Have you tried the Milani Brow Tint Pen? What were your thoughts?
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