The Covergirl Easy Breezy Brow Ink Pen is a dual-ended felt tip brow product and spoolie available for around $10 and comes in 4 shades. It is supposed to be able to create fine hairlike strokes and be smudge resistant.
I have the shade Soft Brown which is a sheer medium brown that isn’t too warm. At first I noticed it looked a bit green but it wasn’t noticeable once I had the product in my brows. After using it a couple times, that green tint seemed to go away.
The very first time I used this, I was impressed. It actually did give me a lot of control and I was able to get very thin lines with somewhat sheer but buildable color payoff (good for ease of use and making brows look more natural). As the days went on, I noticed it started taking on the precision of a brow powder rather than a brow pen and the felt tip became more and more dry. I tried storing the product pen tip down and that helps a little, but it still runs out of ink as soon as I fill in one brow.
The base of the felt tip still holds product even when the tip has dried out, so it is still usable. If I hold the pen at an angle, I can use the fat side of it to quickly cover a large portion of the brows, drawing thicker lines through the center of them. After, I will use a tiny angled brush and a brow powder to fill in any uneven edges that I couldn’t get right with the brow pen.
I have gone between brush tips and felt tips before with eyeliners and found brush tips almost always create finer, more controlled lines than felt tips do. One thing about brush tips, is that they tend to deposit a lot of product and look heavy and harsh. It had been a while since I tried a new felt tip product and I went into this hoping things improved.
The spoolie brush on the end was what drew me to this and I would love to see this concept incorporated into brush tip brow products because I find a spoolie necessary for those kinds of products. However, for this one, it really isn’t needed because the color payoff is sheer enough and precision is low enough that it sort of blends itself.
I don’t see myself repurchasing this when it completely dries out. I like that I found a good way to make it work, but I feel like you’re better off passing on this product if you want it specifically for the hair-like strokes you are supposed to be able to get with a brush tip pen.