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|BROWS LIKE A BILLION $$$|
|THE FOUR SHADES OF BDB BROWS ON POINT MICRO PENCIL|
|ONE STROKE OF EACH SHADE|
|MULTIPLE STROKES OF EACH SHADE|
I love my brow gel and happen to use BDB Clear Brow Gel frequently. The good news is that the Brows on Point Micro Pencil is both waterproof and smudge-proof. In this look, I used the micro pencil to fill in my brows and the spooly to blend everything together.
This was followed by the application of the clear brow gel to keep stubborn hairs at bay and to lock in the product. To define my brow bone, I used my BDB Duo Concealer/Highlighter Pencil.
|MAVEN: BEFORE FILLING IN BROWS|
|AFTER FILLING IN BROWS WITH BDB BROWS ON POINT MICRO PENCIL|
Verdict: I love this brow pencil! Everything about it is perfection. As mentioned previously, the thickness, blendability, creaminess, and saturation is awesome. And let’s not forget the price. The BDB Brows on Point costs only $16.
For comparison, the Anastasia Beverly Hills dipbrow pomade I own costs $18 without the convenience of use, and the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz precision pencil costs $21 (comparable to BDB Brows on Point). I definitely recommend the Billion Dollar Brows: Brows on Point Micro Pencil!
*Thanks to Billion Dollar Brows for collaborating on this post. All opinions are 100% mine.
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