Tom Ford Brow Sculptor 03 Chestnut Swatch and Review

When you wanted to sculpt a statue of some sort or even paint an art you needed tools, like a paint brush, or a chisel. Similarly to those tools, Tom Ford has a Brow Sculptor that is unique and out of the ordinary for a brow pencil. It also includes a tool for the tool that helps you shape the perfect brow!

The brow sculptor can be found at Neiman Marcus for $42.00.

The brow sculptor comes in a rounded pen shape easy to grasp packaging with a gold insignia of Tom Ford on one end.

The color we’re featuring today is 03 Chestnut. There are a total of 4 shades to choose from, Chestnut is the 2nd darkest.

Taking off the cap at the pencil side, you will see a slanted shaped twist and turn-able that is ready to expose the pencil.

The color is a chestnut brown with an intricately shaped lead. It’s very finely molded with an edge for drawing fine lines and possibly even calligraphy! Maybe not calligraphy but you get the picture.

Here is another picture of the pencil twisted out at full length. You may think, hmm… that’s pretty short, but it actually can last you quite a while since you really don’t need a lot of it each time.

On the other side of the sculptor is a brush that is used to groom your brows to ensure a flawless look.

Looking at the box, you see a mechanism that pops out the brush for something special inside.

Have you figured out what the tool for the tool is? It is actually a chisel that is used to sharpen the brow pencil. Instead of a sharpener you get a built-in tool to keep the shape of the brow pencil at its perfection.

The way you sharpen is shown below. You would push it back and forth to ensure the pencil is sharp enough to your specifications.

Finally, I decided to draw on a piece of paper to depict the color. It has the prefect hardness, not too soft and not too hard either. Just perfect for filling in gaps of the brow and draw the end in a very precise way. It can draw from very fine to dramatically bold lines.

Tom Ford has created a very neat and exotic product that has 3 tools in one to sculpt your brow. You get a brow pencil, a brush, and a hidden chisel! It is like a true artist’s tool. While drawing with the pencil on my brows I found it very easy to use, because how finely shaped it was! The brush is also a bonus to help me groom my eyebrows so they look even more natural. The brow looks three dimensional and perfect. Tom Ford’s Brow Sculptor is a tool that is very amazing in its package design, totally unique and after all a great brown sculptor.

This review contains a sample product sent for consideration by PR. All reviews are expressed with complete honesty. Fruity Lashes don’t do paid or guaranteed reviews. Read my full disclosure here.

15 Responses to Tom Ford Brow Sculptor 03 Chestnut Swatch and Review

  1. Gloria C November 19, 2011 at 6:52 AM

    Interesting shape for a brow pencil. This is something I need to check out when I go see Tom Ford counter.

  2. Jamilla November 19, 2011 at 7:05 AM

    OK, I need this too!

    • admin November 19, 2011 at 5:18 PM

      This brow sculptor is a work of art. I knew you would want this. =)

  3. Nicky November 19, 2011 at 7:41 AM

    I really need to go down to Neiman and check out the whole line. I want the lipstick, stick foundation, blush, eyeshadow and of course this brow pencil. Everything seems fabulous. But my wallet will hate me.

  4. Amy November 19, 2011 at 11:24 AM

    I’ve seen something similar to this before but haven’t got a chance to try it out. I’m glad the pencil isn’t too soft. How’s the pigmentation?

    • admin November 19, 2011 at 5:21 PM

      The pigmentation is great. It’s something that works right on the spot.

  5. Nani November 19, 2011 at 12:07 PM

    That’s actually pretty cool a concept!

  6. Katie November 19, 2011 at 1:06 PM

    I hate brow pencils with red tone. This shade doesn’t seem to have the red tone, does it?

    • admin November 19, 2011 at 5:22 PM

      No red tone.

  7. Lauri November 19, 2011 at 3:29 PM

    I like the shape of the brow pencil but it’s so expensive. I’m going to give it a try anyway, just hope it works out.

  8. Brit November 20, 2011 at 5:54 AM

    I think 03 chestnut may look too dark for me, but I’ll check 02. Hope it works.

  9. Debbie November 20, 2011 at 1:21 PM

    Wow the shape of the pencil tip is really unique. Is it hard to sharpen it?

    • admin November 20, 2011 at 1:56 PM

      No not at all. You just use the included sharpener at the back end to sharpen it, it works really well.

  10. Noemi November 27, 2011 at 8:06 AM

    Wow! Thanks for reviewing this, it was really helpful.

    • admin November 28, 2011 at 3:45 AM

      Thanks for stopping by and Tom Ford’s Brow Sculptor is really fun to play with since they have a chisel like no other brand.


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