ALL THAT HYPE
I’ve been a bit heavy handed when using Dipbrow Pomade but boy oh boy, is this one heck of a brilliant product. First of all, I would recommend an angled brush that is slightly stiff like the Sephora classic angled brush (#90). I was able to control the product more fluidly. The definition and precision is out of this world. I just need to practice, practice and practice more, to be less heavy handed like above and be more natural especially since I have sparse brows. So please be nice for the time being.
I was surprised at how quickly this product sets and that’s it. No smudging, fading and lasts all day, day to night without the need of reapplying. The gel, creamy texture makes the product easy to pick up and glide on. Because of this, it’s easy to go heavy handed and waste product. It will dry to a matte finish. You do get a lot and you only need the smallest amount. A little goes a long way as they say. I have been practicing on my hand and when you go light handed, you can build the colour.
Chocolate is a warm shade but my camera is picking it up as very warm shade. At the moment, it does suit me due to the red hair. If I was to change my hair colour back to brown, medium or dark brown would be better for me I would say just by looking at the swatches online. The colour selection is great! Warms, ash tones, one to definitely suit everyone. I was stood in Sephora deciding on the perfect shade for a good 15 mins, taking over the Anastasia Beverly Hills stand.
Oily skinned people, this is one of the products I would recommend for the brows! I am completely blown away even if it takes me longer to do my brows. It is the hardest brow product I have used to get the natural look. This wouldn’t be suited for those who are new to the eyebrow game. Now I need to get my game on and practice.
Have you tried this oh so famous hype?