The Anastasia DipBrow Pomade has received so much hype on blogs this year, it's unbelievable. I kept seeing reviews of it, every one singing its praises all over my Bloglovin' feed, and eventually I caved and ordered one in Dark Brown from Cult Beauty. I found it so hard to choose a shade, as the shade guides online aren't very good and I couldn't find much information about whether the brown shades were warm or cool, so I took a leap of faith with good old dark brown and hoped for the best.
It was a good choice, as the Dark Brown pomade is neutral toned which works perfectly for me, and my hair is naturally dark so I was really impressed with the colour. There's a lot of product in that deceivingly small jar, as you need the tiniest amount of it so it will last a long time. I've had mine since July and it's still going very strong, I've scraped off the top layer and that's about it, and considering how short a time an eyebrow pencil would last me I am really impressed.
First I start off by brushing my brows with a spoolie, trying to tame them slightly and get them under control. Then, using my Topshop Liner brush, I take a tiny amount of the DipBrow Pomade and line the underneath of my brows in a straight-ish line up to where the arch should be.
Then I extend the tail of the brow from the end of the first line I drew, taking it out and creating the shape that I want. Then, using the remainder of product left on the brush, I fill in the tail section of the brow as there aren't any hairs there really so it needs more filling in than the rest of it.