This product gives me the most natural looking and sculpted brows out of anything I've ever used. My hair is a sandy blonde, but my eyebrows are pretty light. They're kind of weird in that the roots grow out a platinum super light blond and then the ends of my brow hairs are slightly darker. But the color of my eyebrows is difficult because they are so light and also sparse. It's so in to have full, sculpted brows right now, but I still want something that looks natural and not too overdone.
I've found that the dipbrow in Taupe is a perfect color match for blondes with lighter brows. Taupe looks more natural because of the cool undertones. I picked this over blonde because blonde was too warm and it would have looked fake.
I bought this along with the Anastasia Beverly Hills #12 brush, which I think works great for applying the product. It's true, this will take some getting used to, but it doesn't take long to get the hang of it. Yes, at first you will probably apply too much and it will look fake. But that is why the brush is so great! I apply the product first, then brush it out with the spoolie on the other end. That makes it look a lot more natural.
I've been using my dipbrow for over a year now and it's still going strong. There's plenty of product in that little jar. In fact, it will most likely dry out before you're actually able to use it all. It is a bit pricey at $18 a pop but considering how long it will last and what a good product it is, it's totally worth it. Doing my brows is a cinch. If you have lighter brows and sandy or dirty blonde hair, I would suggest giving the taupe color a try because it does look very natural!