Brush your way to fuller-looking brows with Dipbrow Gel from Anastasia Beverly Hills. The seamless, highly pigmented formula adheres to brow hairs, building natural-looking fullness with rich color payoff.
Start at the arch of your brow and move toward the tail. Brush the remaining gel through the front, moving in the direction of your hair’s natural growth. For a voluminous, feathered look, brush hairs upwards. Dipbrow Gel can also be used to camouflage white, grey, or color-treated hairs in the hairline.
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This stuff is so amazing if like me you have sparse, patchy brows. I was using Benefit Gimme Brow and that’s out the door. This fills my brows better than that in under a minute (dare I say 30 seconds?). The product is VERY pigmented so I wipe the brush on the sides of the tube & start at the middle and tail of the brow before tackling the front. I also think Taupe is more in line with my natural brow color but I exchanged for Bonde b/c it was making my brows a bit too intense.
this is why abh s the qween of brows ! this product is pigmented ad easy to use, the brows look fuller in seconds and stay put all day. this is great!
I am a big fan of Anastasia, but this is a miss. So much product comes out on the wand, you can not use the wand, if you do, HUGE amounts of product are distributed on to your eyebrows. It is a hot mess getting it off if you have already done your makeup (I do my eyebrows nearly last). The only way to use it is 1. Wipe most of the product of the wand and waste it, 2. Use a small eye brow brush to get the product off the brush and then distribe with a dry spool, 3. Buy the Dipbrow in a pot and save yourself this mess.
I've have good results covering my gray hairs with this product. To begin, you should use a magnifying mirror (Brandon make high quality mirrors) and don't start by "loading" the brush with product. The instructions say to start at the arch, but for me, it works best if I start at the tail of the brow and move toward the arch. I've found that I must use a very "light hand" and "lift" the hairs without actually brushing the skin--tricky, I know, but as the brush is moved to the arch, the hairs lift and you can see the results. I finish with a spooly or flat cotton swab (Qtip) and comb or flatten the hairs in a natural growth pattern toward the tail (you could also use a clear brow gel if you prefer). If I do get a "dot" of gel on the skin I pick it off with the pointed end of the cotton swab (Qtip). The product stays in place until I use my makeup remover.