The Best Dupes for Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz

Based on 37,234 Influenster Reviews

Just as good brows can make or break a beauty look, bad brows can make or break a beauty look. But don't worry, you'll never have to worry about that! We're making sure your brow game is always on point with these top-rated brow products. And to sweeten the deal, we've found products that are total dupes for one of the best brow products in the business, Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz.

Known for its slim design, ease of application, and buildable, natural creamy formula, Anastasia's Brow Wiz is a favorite for makeup artists and beauty bloggers. In case you're not ready to drop $21 on Brow Wiz, we found some alternatives that can give similar primped and preened results!

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ByJenny S.said...
Wow what a great brow pencil! I have been dying to try the Anastasia Beverly Hills version but on a graduate student salary, that was not possible. I decided to try this version which is VERY affordable. I was unsure what color I was and after talking to one of the ladies at ULTA she recommended that I get it in color black (I'm asian with dark black hair). I was afraid that it might be too black since I have been using the brow powder duo from MAC and the color was a dark brown. She recommended that I apply in light strokes so as not to deposit too much of the color on my brows and I have to say it works very well. The color wasn't super dark and matched my natural brows wonderfully. I love how the pencil is "micro" because it allows me to make strokes that matches the shape of my hairs. The spoolie also blends the pencil very well so there are no hrash lines. For about $10, this product is amazing and I will continue to purchase!
Wow what a great brow pencil! I have been dying to try the Anastasia Beverly Hills version but on a graduate student salary, that was not possible. I decided to try this version which is VERY affordable. I was unsure what color I was and after talking to one of the ladies at ULTA she recommended that I get it in color black (I'm asian with dark black hair). I was afraid that it might be too black since I have been using the brow powder duo from MAC and the color was a dark brown. She recommended that I apply in light strokes so as not to deposit too much of the color on my brows and I have to say it works very well. The color wasn't super dark and matched my natural brows wonderfully. I love how the pencil is "micro" because it allows me to make strokes that matches the shape of my hairs. The spoolie also blends the pencil very well so there are no hrash lines. For about $10, this product is amazing and I will continue to purchase!
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ByMarissa M.said...
AMAZING dupe for the ABH Brow Wiz!!!! This pencil is only $5 versus the Brow Wiz at like $19. It's literally so small and precise, and there's a good amount of color range in the collection so you're sure to find a good color to match your brows. I do find that you need to apply a TINY bit more pressure than you do using the ABH brow wiz but honestly it's not that big of a deal, the color pay off is still so amazing for only $5.
AMAZING dupe for the ABH Brow Wiz!!!! This pencil is only $5 versus the Brow Wiz at like $19. It's literally so small and precise, and there's a good amount of color range in the collection so you're sure to find a good color to match your brows. I do find that you need to apply a TINY bit more pressure than you do using the ABH brow wiz but honestly it's not that big of a deal, the color pay off is still so amazing for only $5.
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ByKelli M.said...
I love the creamy consistency of this eyebrow pencil and how small and precise it can be. I would easily list this as a cheaper dupe to the L'Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Definer Brow Liner, or even the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz. This eyebrow pencil has made it into my daily makeup routine and will definitely be a repurchase. I highly recommend!
I love the creamy consistency of this eyebrow pencil and how small and precise it can be. I would easily list this as a cheaper dupe to the L'Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Definer Brow Liner, or even the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz. This eyebrow pencil has made it into my daily makeup routine and will definitely be a repurchase. I highly recommend!
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ByCece P.said...
I have been using this pencil since it was released three years ago and I haven't gone back. To be clear, my brows are already well-shaped and thick (#blessed), so I really just need something to fill them in a little. This $2 pencil is all I need to define them. It is mechanical, which is great because I HATE sharpening pencils. It's not as precise as the Anastasia Brow Wiz. The tip actually pretty large, which isn't great for drawing in hair-like strokes, so if that is what you're looking for, you might have a hard time with this. It's also a little soft. Not quite as soft as a brow wax, but not very dry, either. It also doesn't really have much hold, despite its softness. It had a spoolie on the end, which is also quite large, but it does the job of combing through the brows before applying and helps soften the strokes after applying. All in all, it's not bad for $2. I bought a whole bunch to stock up when they were 1/2 off and free shipping and a gift with a $25 purchase. (I bought other stuff, but I now have like 12 of these.) I have black hair and tan skin, and I find that either the deep brown or neutral brown colors work for me.
I have been using this pencil since it was released three years ago and I haven't gone back. To be clear, my brows are already well-shaped and thick (#blessed), so I really just need something to fill them in a little. This $2 pencil is all I need to define them. It is mechanical, which is great because I HATE sharpening pencils. It's not as precise as the Anastasia Brow Wiz. The tip actually pretty large, which isn't great for drawing in hair-like strokes, so if that is what you're looking for, you might have a hard time with this. It's also a little soft. Not quite as soft as a brow wax, but not very dry, either. It also doesn't really have much hold, despite its softness. It had a spoolie on the end, which is also quite large, but it does the job of combing through the brows before applying and helps soften the strokes after applying. All in all, it's not bad for $2. I bought a whole bunch to stock up when they were 1/2 off and free shipping and a gift with a $25 purchase. (I bought other stuff, but I now have like 12 of these.) I have black hair and tan skin, and I find that either the deep brown or neutral brown colors work for me.