How to Get Soap Brows: A step By Step Guide
What are soap eyebrows?
It's a trendy makeup technique for achieving fluffy, feathery eyebrows. This guide will show you how to use a bar of soap to shape and set your brows like a pro.
1. Cleaning Brush
Always start with clean brows, use a tissue to clean brow brush, and remove makeup before starting.
Use Eyebrow Pencil
This part is optional, based on the shape of your eyebrows. Consider using an eyebrow pencil if you have thin or sparse brows. It helps to fill in and lighten your brows quickly.
Prep Your Spoolie
Dampen your spoolie with water or a makeup setting spray. Then, gently rub it over your soap to gather product. Remember, less is more at first.
Fill In Your Brows
Fill in your brows with the soaped spoolie to achieve your desired shape. Backcomb your brows after brushing them up. Repeat this technique, if you’re not satisfied.
Things To Remember
While Doing Soap Brows
Wait before trying out soap brows. There are a few factors you should be aware of. Check next slides.
Avoid applying too much pressure, as it can lead to plucking brow hairs. Keep the spoolie moist but not too wet to prevent breakage.
Doing soap brows every day is not recommended. Try to give the brow region a rest when you can.
Glycerin – which is less irritating, is an ideal ingredient in soaps for use on sensitive skin. Also, It should be transparent.
Your brows are the only part of your face where you should apply your soap. Your foundation may become patchy or fade during the day if you accidentally get any on your skin.
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