Benefit Goof Proof Brow Pencil Review

Hello everyone! I’m sorry it’s been so long, I’ve been really busy and I haven’t had much new stuff to share as it’s coming up to holiday season so not much money to spend on makeup. However, as I was running out of my Urban Decay Brow Beater and I had seen so much about Benefit’s huge new brow collection, I thought I would give one of them a go. 

benefit goof proof brow pencil
I’m sure I’m not alone here, but filling in my brows takes so long which is why I chose the Goof Proof Brow Pencil. As it had a different shaped tip to the super skinny pencils I am used to, I had the impression that this pencil will fill in the bulk quickly but the skinny tip will add definition where needed. 

I think Benefit have done a great job on the colour range of their new brow product, but I did have to search online for swatches as I couldn’t make a decision based just on the pencils, for reference I bought shade 2 as I have a dark to light blonde ombré. 

So let’s get into packaging, the outer box has the usual consumer claims as with all Benefit products and has a new illustrated character which looks like a magician’s assistant. The product itself looks like a baton and has faceted ends which cap in the product on one end and a spooly on the other. It’s cute, it’s typical Benefit and it stands out in my makeup collection. 

benefit goof proof brow pencil
The price of this product is £18.50 which for me is a little steep when you compare the the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer which is a similar product and costs £16.00. I got this on offer from so I paid around £14.00 which I was ok with. 

The first time I tried this product I thought it was ok, I got the definition I wanted and it did fill in my brows quicker than a skinny pencil. The colour was good and the texture was soft but waxy enough so it doesn’t slip all over your face. The second time I used this I noticed that it was getting more difficult to use as the pointed end had blunted. The third time I ended up with awful brows and it has been that way since. I cannot get the definition I want as the ‘pointed’ end has blunted and the only way I can get it a little better is by rubbing it at an angle on the back of my hand and waste loads of product. As you can see from the pictures, I just have a blob of pencil 😞 

I was looking forward to using this product so much and it has really disappointed me. I saw so many people raving about it, read loads of first impression blog posts but it really doesn’t work for me. It doesn’t add any shape and I end up being frustrated with the end result. I’m so glad I didn’t pay the full price for this! I received a sample of this product today so here are some comparison pictures between new and 5 uses

benefit goof proof brow pencil
Have you tried this product? How did you get on with it? Please share any tips you have to keep it sharp! Take care and I’ll be back soon ❤
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13 thoughts on “Benefit Goof Proof Brow Pencil Review

    1. Yes! It’s not just me! I saw so many people raving about it and I was like why won’t it work 😫 I’ve just been scraping it on s piece of paper so it has a bit of shape back now, wasted loads of product though 😞 x


  1. I was looking at Benefit’s new collection and chose their skinny brow pencil over this because I figured that would happen to me. I always naturally make anything retractable angle off, until I get a product that’s meant to do that. This product felt way too thick for getting nice brows.

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