Eyebrow Tutorial using Anastasia Dip Brow Pomade




Ah Anastasia Dip Brow Pomade, how I love you. I purchased it at Ulta about a week ago. I ended up getting it in Auburn, which is something totally different from my typical neutral taupe colors, but it works so well. The color is gorgeous, and the product itself is so pigmented and smooth. It's the easiest thing I've ever used to fill my brows, and it also has the longest wear. A little truly goes a long, long way with these pomades. I mean see thiis picture? This is all I've used over a week's time. Crazy!


So since it's been forever since I've done an updated brow tutorial, I figured this would be the perfect time to do one.

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What you'll need:
Anastasia Dip Brow Pomade (or powder, pencil, eyeshadow...whatever you choose to use)
angled brush
concealer and a small detail brush (both optional) (I use CK One Mousse Concealer)
face powder (optional)
brow gel (clear or tinted) (I use Senna Cosmetics Brow Fix X in Taupe)

Step 1:
Using the angled brush and just a touch of the brow pomade, outline the bottom of your brows. I literally just barely touched the brush bristles to the pomade.


Step 2:
Do the same for the top.


Step 3:
Using just a bit more of the pomade (remember, a little goes a LONG way), fill in between the lines.


Step 4:
Concealer. This step is optional and on some days I don't even do it anymore. But since my right brow is so much thinner than my left, it can be a challenge to draw them on evenly. So, I use concealer to even them out as needed. To do this, I use a small detail brush and dip it into a cream concealer. Using a light, steady hand I simple outline my brows, perfecting the shape and evening the two out.


Step 5:
When I do my foundation routine, I tend to dust my face powder over my brows ever so slightly just to blur them a bit and make them less harsh.


Step 6:
Using a tinted brow gel I brush through the hairs. This keeps them in place and perfects the look.





1 comments:

Joanna M said...

I just love the Anastasia dip brow pomade. I love how it applies and it's last power.

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