The Suqqu Eyebrow pen received a massive boost in popularity after being featured by makeup artist Lisa Eldridge, to the extent that it was very difficult to find one in stock for a while. On my last trip to Selfridges London, I struck lucky and managed to buy one in 01 Moss Green (they did have 02 Brown in stock too, I deliberately chose the Moss Green).
The nib is extremely fine, giving precise lines that can be deepened/widened by applying additional pressure.
Is this really green? No, not obviously. It's a slightly khaki/ashy toned charcoal colour to my eye, which works well to give a bold, cool eyebrow colour which is much softer than a black eyebrow product. I'd recommend the brown shade for a more natural look, or for blondes. The colour is transparent, so it doesn't look blocky or obvious unless you overcook it. Unfortunately, one of its good points is also a potential negative - it dries very quickly and then doesn't budge until you remove it, so if you do accidentally overcook you have to remove the lot with makeup remover and start again. When I was getting used to the nib and the amount of pressure I need to apply, I did end up with brows that looked a bit tattooed on a couple of times.
Applied - my brows are extremely sparse at the end, and this fills them in without adding too much artificial width (I have naturally fine brows - I don't pluck other than to tidy obvious stray hairs). I find applying in short, feathery strokes works best for the most natural effect.
Suqqu Eyebrow pen costs £20, and is available in the UK from Suqqu counters in Selfridges Birmingham and London.