Review: Anastasia Beverly Hills #12 Brush

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A few months ago I decided to treat myself to a new eyebrow brush. Exciting, I know! I don’t tend to buy brushes very often – there always seems to be an endless list of makeup that I want to try, so new beauty tools tend to get forgotten! I had been using quite a cheap brush for filling in my brows for a long time and it was just too thick and wasnt precise at all! My all-time favourite brow product is the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade and so I hoped ABH would do brushes just as well and it turns out they do!

I purchased mine from BeautyBay here and it retails at £15. I definitely doubted myself over why I was about to spend so much on a tiny brush but i am SO pleased I did. It is a very very thin, angled brush which has a brow spoolie at the other end which is so handy as it feels like two tools in one.

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My natural brows are not good (cries!) I like to use my dipbrow to extend them further so they look more of a normal shape and this brush allows me to do this perfectly. Honestly, when I tested out my old brow brush i couldnt believe I ever went without the ABH #12 brush.

Because the bristles are so short and tightly-packed, it makes the brush so firm and precise that it makes it so easy to imitate the look of brow hairs, flicking the brush in small movements really does mimic a ‘natural brow’. It works equally well with products like the Dipbrow as it does with powders, and even layers the two really well for a more defined look. SONY DSC

The brow spoolie is great for combing brows into place before applying product and also feathering out the products to keep things looking nice and subtle. I really cant fault this brush! It feels study and well made so it feels like it will last me a long time. I can’t recommend this brush enough, another product from ABH which has become a staple for me!

 

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