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I have always had dark eyebrows, courtesy of my family's Armenian heritage. A common misconception with my Armenian brows, however, is that my brows are not thick. Due to the overplucked high school years, what were once "You have beautiful eyebrows!" have turned into lesser compliments. Until, however, a tiny glass jar of eyebrow pomade landed on my desk.

I am not a try-anything makeup gal. My typical routine in the morning involves moisturizer and mascara (genuinely!) so the idea that I'd pull out a tiny makeup brush and try to paint on my brows seemed a little foreign. I am so glad I did, however, because the Anastasia Beverly Hills DipBrow Pomade is now the only product I'll use.

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This eyebrow "pomade" – which is really just the consistency of a soft eyeliner – is perfect for filling in sparse brows. It's soft and won't harden your brows in place, but it'll stay on firmly all day and is pretty waterproof. I was in a rainy car accident recently and my mascara was all over my face – but heaven help me if my brows weren't perfectly in place after two hours of being rained on. That's loyalty!

I've tried much cheaper brow pencils and gels over the years, and their quality was apparent. Although the Anastasia Beverly Hills DipBrow Pomade is a little more expensive than my $5.99 mascara, the price tag is completely worth it when it comes to how long that little glass jar will last you and how well it defines your brows. It runs between $15-$20 through beauty retailers, and you can often score it on the Anastasia Beverly Hills site on sale.

And, because no brows are equal, this brow color comes in 11 different shades, so that you can find one that matches your hairs perfectly. Choose between Blonde, Taupe, Soft Brown, Medium Brown, Dark Brown, Chocolate, Ebony, Auburn, Ash Brown, Granite, and Caramel.

This DipBrow pomade is also a favorite among beauty bloggers and makeup lovers, with over 6000 five-star reviews on Sephora and an overall rating of 4.7.

Here's what it looks like on OKC makeup artist Hannah Willis' brows, if my amateurly crafted brows aren't enough to convince you:

If you're looking to give a little life to flimsy brows, you'll easily fall in love with this brow pomade. With an angled brow brush, you can make small, short strokes that mimic the growth of your natural brows.

As one reviewer says:

"I had heard great things about this product, so I decided to try it. I love it! very easy to use, natural look, lasts all day and you don´t need brow gel. Perfect for oily skin. I use it every day. Love it!"

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