Purple eyebrows, though? Purple eyebrows never go out of style.
The Anastasia Beverly Hills Hypercolor Brow and Hair Colors are essentially hair chalk in fancy, rainbow packages. A quick peek through other reviews shows that most people are pretty much using these suckers for hair chalk and hair chalk only.
Personally, I'm pretty firmly in the "I have too much fucking hair to bother with hair chalk" court... but this brow powder has been a permanent resident on my eyebrows on days when I feel like looking too wacky to go outside.
The product contains only slightly more than an Urban Decay eyeshadow single (0.05 ounces vs. 0.07 ounces), but it is packaged in a wide and flat container, presumably to make it look like there is a little more product then there actually is. This means that if you are using it for hair chalk, even if you have a lot less hair than I do, you're probably going to use it up pretty darn fast.
The powder itself is super pigmented and it pretty easily covers eyebrow hair when applied with an angled brush. No fancy tricks needed.
I've used a lot of hair chalks on my eyebrows (don't pretend you are surprised!), and this is definitely the most effective, least powdery product that I have tried.
Here's how it looks on my face:
|My hair was inspired by Claudia from the Babysitter's Club, because I am an adult.|
At $12.50 for 0.07 ounces of product, this brow color isn't exactly cheap at $178.57 per ounce. As a result, I really wouldn't recommend it for hair chalk. But, if you are planning on coloring your eyebrows more than, say, a single time, I think that the quality of this product for brows is higher than the competition. It's much easier to use than eyeshadow and you don't end up with a quarter cup of powdered waste, like you do with other hair chalks.