Here's How The Pros Use ABH Facial Oil

In case you might have missed it, Anastasia Beverly Hills launched a Hydrating Oil. Basically, the new product is a whole bunch of different herbal extracts blended together to make your skin look radiant. But oils can be confusing, even for skincare aficionados. How do you use the ABH Hydrating Oil, you ask? This serum might be made for the face, but the pros have found tons of different other uses for it, too.

I'll be honest, I had no idea that ABH even had a facial oil until the company talked about it on Snapchat. After doing some digging, I found that this is a brand new skincare product designed to work as a sort of moisturizer. According to the site, the Hydrating Oil is made of Mediterranean herbal extracts like Rosehip, Jojoba, and Black Currant. The $64 product is meant to be used on the face twice a day to get hydrated skin.

Sounds great, right? Well, it gets even better. The company took to Snapchat to explain all the different ways that the product can be used. Believe me when I say this is much more than a facial serum. The pros showed followers how to use it with a variety of their products to achieve the perfect makeup look as well.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Hydrating Oil, $64, Nordstrom

Basically, this is one of those miracle products that does it all. From brows to shadow, and even foundation, this serum works well with your entire collection. Here's exactly how to use it with other makeup products, according to the Anastasia Beverly Hills Snapchat.

1. Hydrate Your Skin

On the ABH product page, it says to apply the oil to your face and neck twice a day for hydrated skin and a radiant shine. Sounds easy enough!

2. Freshen Up Brow Pomade

Put just a drop into your Dipbrow Pomade and it'll be brand new. Not to mention it'll be so much easier to work with.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade, $18, Sephora

3. Sheer Out Brows

If the Dipbrow Pomade is just too thick for your liking, mix it with a drop of Hydrating Oil for a more natural brow look.

4. Help Apply Cream Shadows

Just dip your shadow-covered brush into a drop of the oil to have it apply easier and more evenly.

5. Stick Foundation

Their Stick Foundation wasn't formulated for dry skin, but add a drop of oil and it works with the skin type perfectly.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Stick Foundation, $25, Sephora

6. Natural-Looking Contour

A drop can also instantly transform a thick contour cream into a natural-looking finish.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Cream Kit, $40, Sephora

7. Blend Brow Highlight

Add a drop to your brow brush before blending out highlight for a more natural look.

Who knew a skincare product could do so much!

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