How to get soap brows: Tips, tricks, and techniques you have to know
You know what they say: eyebrows can make or break a face. And with brow trends popping up by the dozens, it's hard to pick a shape or style that you'll stick to forever. Just when it feels like you're satisfied with your arches, another one just comes along to steal its thunder.
In this case, we're talking about soap brows. You might have seen them on some very famous faces such as Hailey Bieber, Dua Lipa, and Kaia Gerber. Sported by drag queens for years, they've witnessed a revival due to Rihanna's makeup artist, Priscilla Ono, who shared her viral tips on social media. The rest, as they say, is history, and we've all been obsessed ever since. Intrigued? Here's how you can can hop aboard this trend.
How to get soap brows
All you need is a spoolie brush and a bar of soap — yes, it's really that simple. Start by dampening the spoolie brush with water, then raking it over a bar of soap about five or six times to coat the bristles. Then, brush through your brow hairs in an upward motion, away from the centre of your face. Lastly, lightly fill in whatever sparse patches you have with an eyebrow pencil or an eyebrow pomade of your choice.
Just a few things to keep in mind for the best results, though. This works best if you have thicker brow hairs (I myself am not very blessed in the brow department, so filling it in slightly after brushing them upwards works best for me). As for the spoolies, any spoolie will do the trick, even the sample ones at Sephora or the ones on the back of your eyebrow pencils. Last but not least: remember to also use unscented, uncoloured glycerin soap. Here's our picks to take into consideration: