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Beauty Product of the Month: The Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade

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The Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pomade is the new and improved way to fill in your brows. It is a pomade that is stored in a 0.14oz nicely designed jar with a luxurious feel. Anastasia has created this product for an easier way for makeup lovers to sculpt out those perfect brows you see on the runway.

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This product is meant to be waterproof and smudge-free. The slightest amount of product is needed to curve out the perfect arch for your brows. The pomade currently comes in five different shades: Blonde, Auburn, Chocolate, Dark Brown, and Ebony, which are the perfect range of shades for different eye and hair types.

Dipbrow pomade is different from other brow products on the market because the texture is unlike any of the usual brow pencils advertised. It is stored in a container similar to gel eyeliners and can even be used as eyeliner itself! It is long lasting and can even hold up through a long sweaty day at the gym. With short strokes of a brush and a light hand, this brow pomade creates the perfect hair-like appearance for those sparse or over plucked areas in your brows.

To get clean sharp looking eyebrows using the Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade, use a concealer to clean up around the edges of your brows. This brow pomade can be found at the Anastasia Beverly Hills website, as well as, Sephora for $18.

If you are interested in a more in depth tutorial on how to use the Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade, leave a comment down below.



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