How To Use
Step 1: Fill in your brows
This step is optional, depending on the eyebrows you’re starting with. If you have thin or sparse eyebrows, this one’s for you! Reach for an eyebrow pencil, like the Mrs.Highbrow Pro Powder Pencil, and create light, feathered strokes throughout any areas that need filling in. When you’re satisfied with the fullness of your brows, move onto the next step.
Step 2: Grab the brush or spoolie
Choose for the spoolie if you have thinner, shorter brows, grab the brush in case of full, bushy eyebrows. Dampen it with a bit of water. To really amp up the hold of your soap brows, you can also dampen your spoolie or brush with water or Rose Water Mist. Spritz onto your brush and move on to the next step before it dries.
Step 3: Get soapy
Ready to reach for your soap? Gently run the dampened brush over the soap, going back and forth a few times to gather a bit of product. Keep in mind that less is more to start with, and you’re better off layering on more soap as you go. Try to focus on getting the product on your brows alone. If you get some on your foundation it can mix with the formula and cause it to get patchy or fade throughout the day. Applied a little too much? Hold the rod of the spoolie horizontally under the eyebrow and push it upwards, tightly over the brow and skin to remove the excess of brow soap.
Step 4: Get fluffy
It’s time to create the appearance of fluffy, full eyebrows. Use your spoolie or brush to brush up your eyebrows—then backcomb them back down again. Repeat this process to fluff and style your brows until you’re satisfied with their appearance. That’s it!