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Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade in Chocolate and the #12 Brush

I know I have a ton of brow products. And I really tried. I did. Honestly. But everyone was raving and going on about this crazy new-fangled brow wonder. So you know, I had to try it.

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Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade in Chocolate Swatched on my NC/NW20 skin

I got the shade Chocolate, but I really want to try Dark Brown (which is more ashy, always a good thing). I’m thinking once all the insanity has died down surrounding this product I’ll grab it. The product claims to be an all-in-one brow stop, and I have to say. It is. The pomade, as its called, is creamy but still has some gel feeling to it. I find it provides light hold for my brow hairs while adding color and all day wear. That last one might be my favorite part. With all other brow products, by the end of my long work days, they are just gone. This guy stays. I love it.

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bare brow

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brow filled in with Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade in Chocolate

You need the tiniest amount of this for full on brows. I like to dab the #12 brush from Anastasia in the product and then work most of it off on the cap and then apply to my brows. Its all you need. I find even with the incredibly pigmented formula you can get really natural, soft brows. You could also go full-on, bold brow don’t care. Its nice that this product gives you that versatility.

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bare brows don’t care

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the bigger the brows the closer to Cara Delevingne?

I grabbed the #12 brush when I got this product and I have to say, I love it. Its angled end is really great with this product, it doesn’t apply too much. Plus the spoolie on the other end is really handy and useful and fantastic (did I mention handy?).

Overall, both these products deserve some love. If you are a huge brow product lover, I can’t recommend these enough. You can get the Dipbrow Pomade and the #12 brush for $18 each at Sephora.

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