I’ve had my Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade for some time now and it hadn’t been working as well as when I first purchased it. I contemplated on trying out Benefit Cosmetics Brow Zing Kit but didn’t have $32 to spend on it. I ended up googling “my dipbrow pomade is dry.” To my surprise, there were multiple YouTube videos on how to revive dried out makeup products.
I watched two videos. Both used oil to revive their product. One used baby oil and the other used Maracuja Oil by Tarte. Since the smallest size of Maracuja Oil is $15 and I didn’t have any baby oil, I went hunting for oils in my house. I used cheap tea tree oil by Hollywood Beauty.
I used a cuticle spatula to scoop a tiny bit of product into the cap, added a small drop of oil and mixed it. Voila! Next I’ll try it on my cream eyeliner. Hopefully it can revive that too.
About the Author
Taylor Simien is a 21-year-old senior at
Louisiana State University trying to find a place in this world. She believes in self-expression and doing what you love. If you have a dream, make goals so that you can turn your dream into reality. Stay humble, be kind and have fun. Lift up others along the way. Although life may be hard, we only have one life to live. Make it worthwhile and live with no regrets.