Anastasia Beverley Hills Dip Brow πŸ’‹

After hearing nothing but amazing reviews and seeing countless gorgeous photos and videos using this wonder product, I needed to try it for myself. My brows are naturally thick and dark but they tend to grow in all the wrong places. They also get sparse towards the ends so they don’t really have a shape to them. I’ve tried so many brow products in the past which were all fine, but none of them particularly blew me away.

I didn’t think that the Anastasia Beverley Hills products would be any different, but after seeing so many tutorials and photos of brow transformations, I was swayed to give the “Dip Brow Pomade” a go.

So above is the first time I tried out the dip brow. And as you can see, the transformation is amazing! I barely scratched the surface of the pomade and that was more than enough to shape and fill both of my brows. Which is always a good thing when you’re paying Β£15.00 ($18.00) for a pot. A little goes a very long way and the finish is flawless. I did clean up my brows with a concealer around the edges to finish the look. But otherwise the Dip brow was the only product I needed. The best part was that I didn’t need to touch up my brows at any point in the day. Which for me is amazing as I have a more oily skin and products always need reapplying.

I would definitely recommend you try this if you haven’t already. It’s totally worth the price and really is as good as they say. I got mine from http://www.beautybay.com which deliver free in 2 days. And I got mine in the colour “Dark Brown”

Let me know what you thought of it if you’ve tried it and what other Anastasia Beverley Hills products you would recommend!

Thanks for reading lovelies!

Have a great weekend!

Robyn XO

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5 thoughts on “Anastasia Beverley Hills Dip Brow πŸ’‹

    • robynswain says:

      Heyy πŸ™‚ definitely try it. I got dark brown and I think it’s probably a little too dark for me since my hair is red but I’ll work with it. So yes I’d say get the lighter one as they’re very pigmented and you can always go over with a powder if it’s a little too light πŸ™‚ xxx

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