FYI You Can Totally Use Soap Bars To Make Your Brows Fluffy

This is probably one of beauty’s best-kept secret for beautiful, bushy brows. This mind-boggling trick lies in a bar of soap! I’ve never heard of using soap to style our eyebrows but I stumbled across hashtags like #soapbrows #soapeyebrows AND gurl, I was shooked. It’s legit a thing!

What has soap got anything to do with eyebrows? 

Glad you wondered because I sure did! It is the cheapest way for you to fluff and lock your brows in place using just a bar of soap. The soap here works exactly like brow gel.

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Robin Evans a New York-based brow expert told Well+Good, “What’s great about [soap] is that it’s pliable, so it doesn’t get stiff or flaky, and it’s buildable so you can keep applying it so that product adheres to the hairs, making them look lusher.”

How do you groom your brows with this bizarre trick? 

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All you need is a clean, damp, mascara spoolie (you can either spray it mist or wet it with water) and a bar of glycerin soap (the clear-looking ones). Take the spoolie and rub against the soap, then brush it through your brows to give them the full, feathered texture.

For a more dramatic look, just go over your soap-coated hairs with your brow tints like a pencil brow or powder. Your brows are going to be on fleek!

That’s it, pretty simple to do to achieve the fluffiest brow ever!