Despite how important brows are in my general beauty regime, I never seem to find one product that I can stick to exclusively. I’m always hunting for the next best thing or constantly changing my routine in hopes I can achieve something better. As a result I’ve worked my way through a number of brow products from the Anastasia Beverly Hills line and thought I would do a quick product comparison for those of you who may be curious to know what the difference is!
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz Mechanical Brow Pencil – Ebony ($24AUD / $21USD) is one of my favourites from Anastasia. It’s essentially an ultra-fine twist up brow pencil with a brush. It’s perfect for giving yourself a very natural look as the pigmentation is easy to control. It is great at filling in any sparse areas within your brows and the brush is perfect for evening out all harsh lines.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Promade Waterproof Brow Color – Granite ($15AUD / $18USD) is a lot more heavy duty than most of the other options provided. It’s a thick pigmented cream formula you apply to your brows with an angled brush. This is great if you want something that will last the entire day or if you’re visiting humid areas. However, and this is especially true for me, you need an ultra-light hand to avoid applying too much and create heavy and fake brows.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Duo Brow Powder – Granite ($23AUD / $23USD) works in a similar way to the cream version above, however it doesn’t have the same level of pigmentation (unless you use a wet brush) nor staying power, however applied would be very similar. I’d see this as a mix between the Brow Wiz and Dipbrow.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Tinted Brow Gel – Granite ($26AUD / $22USD) is another favourite of mine purely for the convenience factor. This really isn’t –that- great at filling out sparse areas in your brows, it’s more about deepening the colour of your existing brow hairs. The wetter consistency helps set the shape of your existing hairs, but I wouldn’t say it does as great as a job as the Clear Brow Gel below. Still, I actually use this a lot for work days because it takes under 10 seconds to make my brows look somehow presentable, which is a huge deal when you’re trying to rush through your makeup in a sleep deprived state.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Gel ($26AUD / $22USD) is something I like to use after I’ve applied Brow Wiz or the Brow Powder as it does a great job at setting the shape of your actual hairs. I love that the tube doesn’t apply too much formula on the brush unlike many cheaper brands I’ve tried before. Highly recommend it!