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Ponymagic Wed 23-Mar-16 16:07:56

... cos I need help! Okay so my inner brows are sparse, one noticeably more so than the other. I've tried a Shavata pencil and now faffing around with Benefit's Gimme Brow but not convinced. Have searched S&B eyebrow threads and the Anastasia products are regularly mentioned and recommended.

So, do you recommend them? What do I need and how the heck do I create 1/4cm of brow and make it look natural? I'm too old and untrendy for a heavy-browned look grin.

Tell me your secrets!

sansucre Wed 23-Mar-16 16:20:37

I've been using Anastasia Beverly Hills for at least 6 or 7 years now and think they're easily the best eyebrow products on the market.

The first product I ever used was this pencil but in Ash Brown. They no longer make this colour so this has been the best compromise.
I don't think I've ever found a better eyebrow pencil anywhere.

About a year ago I started to use the dip pomade too. I use this brush to apply it.

I would recommend that you go somewhere to try the products in person before you buy because what works for me, and what I like might might not do it for you. Sadly no many places stock it but if you're London based, Blow in St Martins Courtyard, Covent Garden do.

With regards to creating a brow, I watched a few Charlotte Tilbury and Lisa Eldridge tutorials on You Tube and then learned through trial and error. My eyebrow game is pretty damn perfect these days!

MsBojangles Wed 23-Mar-16 16:38:20

I find the Brow Whizz pencil thingy easier than faffing about with Dip Brow stuff. Taupe and Soft Brown are pretty natural looking colours, they're not too harsh.

HairsprayQueen Wed 23-Mar-16 16:55:30

I use the powder with the two shades which works better for me as I have really fair eyebrows but quite dark hair in comparison so I don't need too much drama.

Definitely the best for me in terms of shade colours and long lasting too.

Ponymagic Wed 23-Mar-16 21:25:14

Thanks for your replies. Unfortunately there isn't anywhere I can go to see/try irl so will take a chance on shades and buy online. You Tube tutorials are a super idea and I'll have a look before I order.

Sansucre, do you use both pencil and the pomade simultaneously?
hairspray, what brush do you use? Do you build existing brows or create new? My brows are quite full so it's just my non-existent/sparse bit which I need to make look realistic!

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