Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade (Caramel) and
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brush 14
I take the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow craze to the test. I test the dip brow in Caramel and the Anastasia Brush 14.
For many many many years I didn’t wear anything on my brows. I felt like something was missing. My face looked odd in pictures, I couldn’t place my finger on it but I looked off. Until, my eyebrow thredding lady had me buy a dip brow from her shop. I did. It was nice. I had fuller eyebrows. The brush started to break, almost right away. So then I went to Sephora.
That one trip to Sephora to buy myself the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow and an eyebrow dual brush was a life changing trip. Wow. My face has completely transformed. I don’t have a second nose or anything. My eyebrows completely shape my face now. I love the smoothness of the drip brow formula. It goes on so easy. Just be careful, the dip brow is waterproof. I’d suggest keeping a cosmetic q tip with some makeup remover handy just in case your paint a little too much brow. It happens sometimes. I use this duo everyday even those does I don’t have much time to get ready, I always have my brows done and some mascara on. Mascara and brows are a must before I leave to house now.
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Dipbrow Price: $18 (on amazon at the time of posting this blog)
Brush Price: $18 (on amazon at the time of posting this blog)