The Anastasia Beverly Hills dipbrow pomade comes in at £19, which is 4x the price I’ve ever paid for a brow product. Is it worth it, though?
The short answer is hell yes.
Last year I was gifted some Benefit brow products, and after a while of using them I decided the formula wasn’t really working for me. I’d had my eye on ABH dipbrow for some time and I went for it and bought it from Feel Unique as it was free delivery over £15.
I picked the shade Auburn as I’m fair-skinned and a redhead. I like my brows darker than my hair but not too dark. Medium brown and soft brown seemed too ashy toned so I felt auburn would suit me much better. I’m confident I made the right choice. There is a wide range of shades so I’m sure you’ll find one suited for you.
The first thing I noticed was the quality of the product. The pot is only small but heavy with the brand name on the side and the logo on the lid. In the past I’ve used the Freedom dupe for the product and in comparison, ABH looks and feels more like a luxury product.
When applying the product, I use an Ecotools angled brush to line the brow then fill in the end. I use a spoolie to brush the product through the brow and fill in any sparse areas, then define the front of my brow.
I find it an incredibly easy product to work with and you really don’t need to use a lot of it either. The formula is creamy and glides on like a dream. I’ve found with other brow pomades like Freedom and Benefit’s Ka-Brow that you have to constantly keep going back into the product, but with Dipbrow you only need a slight amount and the pigment is poppin’.
When sculpting my brows, it’s like my brain knows what I want them to look like but I didn’t have the ability. In reality, I was just limited by the products I was using. With Dipbrow I have been achieving a much more fluffy, natural but sharp brow. I can create a gradual fade and it’s given me a real confidence boost. I’m finally getting what I want from my makeup.
I’m really glad I took the plunge and bought this product as I know I’d regret not doing so. I know for sure I’ll be repurchasing this product when I run out.