Anastasia Beverly Hills is THE name in brow grooming so when the Dipbrow came out I knew I had to have it. I went through a process of trying to guess which color was for me along with a Sephora cast member. At that time 5 shades(there’s 8 now) were available so my choices were between Dark Brown and Ebony. I landed on dark brown because it was closer to the brow powder I was already using.
This creamy, multitasking product glides on skin and hair smoothly to create clean, defined brows. The standout formula works as a brow primer and provides color, sculpture, and shading. It is ideal for oily skin and in humid climates.(Sephora.com)
I get home to use it and I’m at a loss. I don’t understand it. It doesn’t look right. So I toss it in my drawer fully intending to return it but never do. Fast forward some months later and I find this video:
A light bulb went off. I was trying to paint the brow on(if that make sense) instead of using a tiny bit and blending it into the brow. Once I corrected my mistake I realized the pomade is actually a great product.
I followed the instructions, applied it, and VOILA! happy brows. I never liked the look of pencils because they rarely gave me the result I wanted. It’s the main reason why I stuck to brow powders, but this is making me rethink that.
Dipbrow truly is smudge-proof and it held up on my oily skin. With brow powder I can practically rub it away with my finger, but the Dipbrow stayed put. Trust me, I rubbed my brows trying to see how much of it transferred to my fingers and barely anything did.
Have you tried Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade? Love it or hate it?