Anastasia Beverly Hills DipBrow Pomade in Caramel | Review

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What they say: Creamy, waterproof brow color ideal for defining and sculpting precise, smudge-free brows. Use with Brush #12 for a completely smooth, effortless application. 

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Dipbrow is a product that is talked about a lot in the blogging community. I never gave into the hype because I was happy with my Illamasqua Eyebrow Cake in Peak, which has served me well, until I wanted a bit more definition for my brows.

Colour:
I struggled to find any swatches for the Dipbrow shade in Caramel so I had to risk it and buy it myself. Honestly for me personally I would prefer it to be a bit more warmer/orange, as I have quite bright orange hair, but I think if you have strawberry blonde or more of a natural shade of ginger then this colour may be perfect for you!

Application:
The product is super easy to apply! I use an Illamasqua Angled Brush to do so, but be careful to only use the smallest amount of product and build up if necessary to create the best results.

Wear:
It lasts really well on my brows, if you are worried about any smudging then you can always set it with a powder on top.

Price:
It is £15 (and available from Cult Beauty) and you get 4g of product, which I think is very reasonable as you only need to use a small amount.

Over all I’m really happy with it! I’ll be trying other coloured eyeshadows over the top of it to try and create a better colour for how I like to wear my brows.

All products in this post were bought by myself.

One comment

  1. If you know where to find any comparison swatches between the other reddish shades (Soft Brown and Auburn) point me in the right direction. I have auburn and its a bit too dark. 😦

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