Benefit Cosmetics #BrowContourPro Pen | Beauty Reviews


These last 2 years I have really gotten more and more into makeup and worked to improve my skills. At this point, I’m quite satisfied with my make-up techniques and how my make-up looks on my face, emphasis on my face! That being said, while I’m satisfied with my overall look, my eyebrows have always been an area that I never paid as much attention to as I need other areas of my face.


So, at the start of 2018, I decided to learn some new brow techniques and purchased my first brow pomade to get those infamous “Instagram eyebrows.” The outcome wasn’t the neatest but I loved having thicker looking eyebrows. Fast-forward to Summer ’18 when I received the Benefit Cosmetics X Influenster VoxBox. Listen, it was a GAME CHANGER.

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*photo courtesy of my Beauty Instagram: @AllBeautyGeorgie

The VoxBox featured a new brow product from the queen of brows, Benefit Cosmetics called the “Brow Contour Pro Pen.” The design of the pen was instant nostalgia! It took me back to my days in college, feverishly taking notes and drawing diagrams in my Biochemistry lecture. Those multi-colored pens were a life-saver back then and nothing has changed with this brow pen.


The Benefit Cosmetics Brown Contour Pro Pen features a sleek and easy to use design that lets you switch between shades to sculpt the perfect brow. Not to be extra but I’ve used this brow pen every day since I received it. The shade I received was in Deep-Dark and it works very well with my skin-tone. The first two darker shades are to fill in and shape your brow. The third shade is basically the same shade as my skin and allows you define and clean up your brows. The last shade is the lightest and acts as an under eyebrow highlight. My brows have never looked better! It’s easily my favorite part of my make-up routine.

Check out my review and demo of the brow pen below!


I'm Georgina, Gina, Georgie, and unfortunately sometimes I'm, Georgianne. Honestly, is it that hard to pronounce "Georgina?" It's literally George + Gina! But OK. I'm a Nigerian gal born and raised in NJ. I got my BA in Biology from Johns Hopkins University and I recently received my Masters in Biomedical Sciences from Rutgers University. I am a beauty enthusiast and freelance photographer. If you want to contact me (or donate to my dreams) my email is ginaisblogging(at)gmail(dot)com.

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