Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Why dipbrow will change your life



If you are lucky enough to be blessed with eyebrows you can actually see, then this probably won’t be much help. If, like me, you find yourself with eyebrows that blend into the rest of your face and you would like to change that, then keep reading because this blog post is for you.


I truly believe that last year I found the holy grail of eyebrow products. It’s by no means a new product and there’s a good chance you’ve already heard of it but it took me ages to find it so I’m going to share it with you on the off chance you are as behind the times as I was.

I really do believe that Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade has changed my life.

Because of my aforementioned barely-there brows, I have bought so many different brow products over the years. I’ve tried pencils, different eye shadow colours, thick brushes, thin brushes and now that I’ve tried dipbrow, I can’t see myself changing to any other method anytime soon.

It’s so easy and quick to apply and it’s so versatile in terms of being able to get your eyebrows exactly as you want them.

My own experience with pencils or eye shadows is that it’s left me with quite a chunky finish and it applies in a block colour and c'mon, the sharpie brow is never a look you want to replicate.

In contrast, when using dipbrow it’s so easy to make your brows lighter or dark, you can draw individual hairs really precisely,  build up colour or texture and it’s super easy to make a gradient effect at the front of your brows too.


Please excuse my messy room. Obviously, I don't go for a very natural brow look (I use the shade dark brown if anyone was wondering) because I prefer my brows to look sculpted and I carve them out with concealer afterwards, but I hope this photo goes to show some of what you can do with the product. 

My eyebrows are most sparse at the front of the brow closest to my nose and yet, with dipbrow and an angled brush it is so easy to add texture and colour to that area without it being heavy, so that it looks thicker without appearing cakey (or at least I think so). 

I also find that because of the consistency of the product, it sort of dries once you’ve applied it in a way I’ve never experienced with any other product.

I never worry about my makeup running or smudging in the rain or if I accidentally brush my hand on my face and this used to be a real worry considering in the past it could end up looking like I’d wiped half my eyebrow off.

Although it may seem expensive for what might look like a small amount of product, because of how little you have to use, it lasts forever.

My first pot lasted me more than a year so in terms of cost per use, it probably works out as being the cheapest item in my makeup bag.

Dipbrow is a dream product and I hope all my eyebrow-less girls and guys and everyone in between out there embraces it (and it’s cruelty free!).

What are your makeup favourites?

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