Beauty product of the week: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade
Because brows change the look of your whole face.
Why we love this product
If you're a beauty fan worth your salt, you'll know that brows have made one of the biggest beauty comebacks in recent times. We've come a long way from the wafer thin brows of the 90s, and having the right products makes all the difference.
I'm pretty lucky in that my brows tend to grow like wildflowers. Though I'm not quite at Cara Delevingne status, my brows have a mind of their own and getting them to behave can be a struggle.
The Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade is one of those cult products that gets so much hype that you may wonder how accurate all the raves are, but let me assure you that it has done wonders in turning my brows from angry caterpillars to sleek, textured wonders.
I've been using the Dipbrow Pomade for about a year now and I don't think I could ever go back to a regular brow pencil. Applied with an angled brush, this little pot of gold (well, ebony) goes on smoothly and evenly. And honestly, a little bit goes a long way.
I'm definitely one of those people who likes to experiment with hair colours, so getting my brows to match has been a priority from day one. Going from brunette to ginger (and soon back to black) has meant a lot of changes to my brow routine, but this has been one product I keep repurchasing in different colours just so I don't have to give it up.
Considering all the different brow trends that have been circling the Internet lately (wave brows, anyone?), having a precision product that you can apply with ease makes keeping up with all the trends even easier. And even if you just want a regular addition to your normal routine, I definitely recommend trying out the Dipbrow Pomade.
If you're just starting out, you can use a product like the Tarte Shape Tape foundation or concealer to tidy up the edges once you've applied, to really give a defined brow line.
The formula itself is creamy and waterproof, so you can apply it with the confidence that it won't budge. Best part? You can even use it as an eyeliner if you're in a pinch.
Retailing for $32 at Sephora, the product may seem a bit on the pricier side for a small pot, but you'd be surprised how little you really need to use, especially if you tend to opt for a more natural look. I wear a full face of makeup regularly, but even still it feels like I've barely made a dent in my pot.