Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Review

Last month, I was delivered the devastating new that my usual, absolute favourite brow product – Precisely My Brow from Benefit Cosmetics – was not going to be available until after January due to the production line being overloaded for Christmas products. Since I started getting my brows right around 6 months ago (rather than just drawing on blocks of dark brown colour that I now shudder at) I’ve only used Precisely My Brow and I had no idea what else to use! After much deliberating, and asking other bloggers for advice, I decided to take the plunge and buy that ONE cult brow product that every beauty blogger worth their salt owns or covets – Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow.


I ordered mine through the Beauty Bay website as I’d previously got my Morphe palette from there, and been impressed with the service. I was pleasantly surprised by the price as I think £19 is fairly cheap compared to those £70 eyeshadow palettes out there (looking at you, Huda Beauty). I chose free C&C delivery to a local corner shop near me and it arrived within 2 days, which I was so pleased with. I went for the shade Ash Brown as my hair is black and I like to do quite a bold brow anyway. The shade is absolutely perfect for my brows and I’m glad I didn’t choose the darker shade (Granite) as I think that might have been too dark. The one slightly annoying thing about the delivery is that, for such a tiny product, it came in a really big cardboard box – Beauty Bay could definitely cut back on their packaging to be more eco-friendly I think.

Anyway, onto the product itself! Dipbrow doesn’t come with brush, it’s just the little pot of pomade so you’ll need your own eyebrow brush – I’d recommend one with a spoolie on the other end to brush up your brows. I use a NYX one, which was only about £8 and does the job just fine. The pomade is really easy to apply, it literally just glides on, which surprised me as I warned that it was difficult and recommended to just carry on using a pencil. It is, however, really really easy to over-apply this product, so only use the tiniest teensiest little bit for each stroke. I tend to line the bottom of the brow with one stroke and then fill it in from the back/arch, working my way towards the front.


I have found it quite difficult to achieve a perfect ‘feathered’ look at the beginning of my brows, so I have taken to use the remains of my most recent Benefit Precisely My Brow to do those few hairs at the start. When using Dipbrow, I think my eyebrow brush is a little too thick, as I can’t get the hairs to look overly thin, natural and separate. That said, using Dipbrow these past two weeks is the only time I feel I’ve achieved that perfect, coveted ‘Insta-brow’ look ever! My arch seems more defined and even my whole face seems to look more defined! I’ve even taken to lining under my brows with concealer, and adding a little highlighter under my arch, something which never seemed to make much of a difference before, but, somehow, now it does! Honestly, this product is sheer witchcraft!

I can see this pot lasting a long time as you only need to use the tiniest bit every time. And at only £19 and free delivery, I think this is an amazing cost-per-use. I can see this lasting me definitely 6 months, perhaps a year. Overall, I’m extremely obsessed – I may be asking for Beauty Bay vouchers for Christmas and birthdays from now on to purchase ALL the Anastasia Beverly Hills products! Next on my list is OBVIOUSLY *that* palette, the most-talked about make-up product of the year, Modern Renaissance!


Thanks for reading this post – and do let me know if you own any Anastasia Beverly Hills products and what you think of them below! See you soon! P.

One Comment Add yours

  1. aworthytrend says:

    I really really want to try this – adding swiftly to my Christmas list! x


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