Soap Brows…… Ready to Hit on this Trend?

It is time to step out of your comfort zone and embrace a major look which wil; Soap brows are easy, on-trend, and frame your face perfectly—what more could you ask for? Thin, overplucked eyebrows are old news. Instead, it’s all about rocking thicker brows. But even within the big brow world, there are a variety of aesthetic options. Some people go for super-defined brows in whatever shape is best for their face. Others prefer a wild, untamed look. It is majorly distinctive and will definitely be making you the party of the house.

 

This look originally gained popularity on social media and involves using a soap-like substance to brush your brows up. Sure maybe the first reaction wasn’t one that would suggest that you should be gettine one. One of the best things about a statement soap brow is that you can opt for a natural makeup look on the rest of your face. Plus, there are a variety of makeup brands that make products that can help you achieve the look. So, if supporting a clean beauty brand is important to you, you’ll surely be able to find a product .Keep reading to learn a bit more about this trend—including tips for trying it at home. Soap brows give you the look of laminated brows. But what are laminated brows? It’s a fuller, fluffy-looking brow. And, yes, you really do use soap for soap brows. Like a brow gel, the glycerin in soap keeps hairs in place. So when you brush the hairs up, they stay in place and give you a fluffy look. According to many of the makeup artists who demonstrate this look on YouTube and Instagram, soap has actually long been a makeup secret used by pros to set brows. You can use just about any soap. Though there are soaps specifically made for brows that are nice. Soap may even be more effective than some other brow products. It has more of a pomade-type feeling to it and it has a stronger hold than something like a clear brow gel.
Wondering if you can use the same soap that’s sitting in your shower? The answer is yes, you can. Technically, any soap will work. However a soap specifically made for brows is better. Certain soaps can have ingredients that could be irritating to the sensitive skin on your face. Obviously, most soap is made to be used on your body. But it’s usually washed away pretty quickly. Leaving it on all day, especially if it’s filled with fragrances, could bother your skin. If you are using regular soap, you can look for something made for sensitive skin (this is less likely to irritate you). You also want to make sure it contains glycerin so that it has that holding power to keep you looking your best. Finally, make sure it brushes on clear, so you aren’t left with a white cast. Now this may seem overwhelming to you but the thing is it may take practice and after a while you will be getting accustomed to how you will show and make use of colors and style within this!

 



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