I like the thicker more brown pencil. I'm a redhead and while you'd think this universal color would work it doesn't quite.…
Nordic Mechanical EyeBrow Pencil
Are you tired of trying to find a mechanical eyebrow pencil that works great with your blonde hair? This is the pencil for you! It provides you with precision and an easy-to-blend formula that will work with all light hair and skin tones.
Formulated to Blend and Build
At Billion Dollar Brows, we’ve created cruelty-free eyebrow cosmetics that will give you long-lasting results but are still easy to wash off at the end of the day. We’re also committed to developing high-quality and professional formulas. That’s why our twist up eyebrow pencil for blonde hair glides on easily and blends in perfectly.
This mechanical eyebrow pencil is made of a buildable formula. Use a heavier hand for a darker, bolder appearance or a lighter touch for a more subtle, everyday look. You can even combine each of our different shades to get the perfect color for your complexion and hair!
No Need for Sharpening
You won’t have to remember to sharpen your eyebrow pencil when it gets low either. With the mechanical twist design, this pencil is always ready to use and doesn’t require any extra tools.
In addition to the convenience that comes from having a mechanical eyebrow pencil, you can use the spoolie end to blend your eyebrows out and make sure they look natural while still managing to keep the definition.
Jump start your journey to beautiful brows with our premium brow makeup!
I got the universal brown pencil in a boxycharm box. I am always down to try a brow fix and I adored how easy the product went on and how natural it looked... the only thing was that the color was slightly dark for me. I loved it so much I searched online to see if it was available in a lighter shade-and lucky for me, it was! The Nordic color is perfect for every day; I kept the darker pencil in case I wanted a more dramatic look. I seriously love these and I’ve tried every brow pencil on the market. My only complaint is that when I apply, the product sometimes slips down into the pencil, so I have to sorta hold the plastic twist part in place so that doesn’t happen. Still, I can’t imagine using anything else now.…