Filling in my brows has become a necessity in my make up routine and I honestly hate leaving the house without something on them. Having quite dark, semi-thick brows I'm always on the hunt for something that can keep them tamed but appear natural as I'm not one for the 'scouse' brow. Brow pencils were a short-lived hype for me, I pretty much used them when I was first starting out to try and learn where to fill in but since then I have been using the Benefit Browzing Palette and have been for over two years. Being someone with such a flakey personality, I always want to mix up my everyday make up products and so it comes at no surprise that I've been on the hunt for a new brow product to fuel my cosmetic obsession.
Enter the Anastasia Beverly Hill Dipbrow Pomade, a tinted creamy, gel-like formula that creates the perfect looking brows! I bought mine in the colour Dark Brown from Cult Beauty, an online website that is literally like heaven. It cost only £15 which I thought was amazing as I would consider this brand to be high end minus the pricing. They also stock the matching Anastasia Brow Brush which would go hand in hand with this product to create beautiful brows but as this cost just as much as the actual product I managed to convince myself that I didn't need it (for now).
It's definitely an easy-to-use product but it does take slightly longer to apply and perfect then your typical eyebrow pencil but the end result is worth it. It literally lasts all day, with a great colour hold and keeps any brow in place. It claims to be waterproof which I haven't put to the test yet but with the 'no-budge' formula I can imagine this to be true. Another great quality of this product is that it can double up to be a long-lasting brown eyeliner for above or below the lash line. Nothing better then a multi-use cosmetics item.
Another great bonus to the product is the lovely packaging. It looks luxurious and expensive yet small and perfect for travel. I love the gold detailing on the lid displaying the Anastasia logo and their stamp on the side as well. The fact that the bottom is also glass and so therefore see-through is always something that I look for in cosmetic products and this definitely disappoint.
A little bit definitely does go along way with the creamy consistency, meaning that although the packaging is small, I can see it lasting me ages much like a gel eyeliner. I honestly can not recommend this product highly enough. It literally won't budge once applied and considering the cheap(ish) price tag there really is no reason to snap this up right now.
Let me know what you think in the comments.
What's your favourite brow product?