When I think of SUQQU, I think of two things - Lisa Eldridge's long standing love for their cult Cheek Brush, and the mysterious Moss Green Brow Pen. A slightly terrifying shade name, cult-classic status, and endless high-end blogs raving about this little creature piqued my curiosity. When my beloved Brow Wiz died, I thought I'd give this a whirl...
SUQQU Eyebrow Liquid pen is a little smaller and wider than the Brow Wiz. It is housed in suitably chic, black packaging, with a satisfying click-lid closure. The shape of the tip itsself is, literally, a tiny, fine pointed brush - think mini Touche Éclat rather than pencil or felt-tip. This tiny, fine tip allows for really precise, faux-hair brushstroke application, and with a light hand, you can literally build a brow from nothing.
The really nice thing about this though, is the product itsself - you can see in the swatch below that it is a watercolour-like consistency, and certainly not ridiculously pigmented (or green, for that matter) - with a little practice, this can create the softest, fullest, most natural looking brow. Even if you're blessed with fabulous, full brows - this is a perfect tool for believeably filling in any gaps or extending the tail of the brow. (can you tell that I love this?!)
Oh, and it's practically bombproof. You're going to need an oil-based or balm cleanser to get this off yo' face.
Moss Green turns out to be a super-cool-toned grey-brown - perfect for believeable brows on, well, just about anyone. If you're fair or have very warm-toned brows or hair, you might be better off with the warmer shade, Brown; but otherwise, this lad is just the ticket.
Price-wise - £20. Not cheap. I'd argue, though, that this gives the most easily believeable brow in seconds.