Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade
An award-winning waterproof, multitasking, and buildable matte pomade that stays put. Apply and blend a small amount of Anastasia Beverly Hills DIPBROW® Pomade with an angled brow brush to effortlessly outline, fill, and texturize brows.
- Long-lasting and smudge-proof
- High-pigment formula glides on easily and dries fast
- Acts as an all-in-one brow product
- *Available in 11 shades
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- "was really afraid to use this when i got it considering i just started learning to do my brows, but this is so easy to use and a little goes a long way definitely worth the price and is a new daily favorite " in 18 reviews
- "A little goes a VERY long way, so use sparingly; I have found that it is very easy to use far too much without ever intending to do so." in 17 reviews
- "SO GLAD I DID, it works really well and seems to last a long time, a little bit of this product goes a long way!" in 13 reviews
- "Holy grail for me, I have this in dark brown and it's dried up a tad bit on me but I do prefer it that way because I find it easier to control rather than dipping into a fresh pot that's a bit more moist and easier to go overboard." in 9 reviews
- "with almost nothing on your brush you fill your whole brow and it last literally all day long its the best eyebrow product I have ever tried" in 7 reviews
P.S. I will be putting a picture of me with my makeup done. The funny thing is that I did my makeup while the my husband was driving!!! 😊
Picking the right shade is the first and probably the most complicated step. I have auburn/brunette hair with naturally light eyebrows so I went for a more subtle look with the soft brown. I’ve heard that the auburn shade can be too red. Turns out that I made a great decision with all of my research and swatch inspecting! This color is perfect for me.
Next find a great brush. I spent a little bit extra than I wanted to and got the ABH #14 brush. It’s super worth it! To apply this product right it’s ESSENTIAL that you have the right brush.
Apply this with a soft hand- your brows will thank you.
Now remember that this does dry out- but there are so many tutorials videos for ‘bringing dipbrow back to life’. I’ve had my dipbrow for about a year now and I use it everyday—it’s still not close to running out. It is however, kind of dry. I’ll be doing some of the things that people have suggested to bring it back! Don’t leave the container open for longer than you need to.
The only downfall? Holy crap does this stuff dry out. After you get the initial top creamy layer off, this requires some serious maintenance. I use a drop or two of baby oil and mix, but it is frustrating losing some product on the mixing tool or accidentally putting too much oil in and sacrificing the color payoff and staying power of the product. However, I can deal with this pitfall if my brows look this good.
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