Thursday, 4 August 2016

SOAP BROWS | MUA TECHNIQUE FOR FULL, THICKER, NATURAL LOOKING BROWS FOR UNDER A £1


Brows have been a phenomenon in the beauty world for years now. We all covet those gorgeously full, thick brows that we previously plucked to death, because we are now a culture that strives to retain our youth. A full, yet groomed brow frames the face and the eyes and can take years off you. Soap brows are an Old Hollywood trick revived. Pixiwoo are the best channel on YouTube, if you want genuine makeup and beauty videos that aren't constantly shoving the latest trend (#highlightonfleek) or product (pick any product, literally) down your throat, then you need to follow them. They are brilliant. In a fair few of their recent videos they have been doing a slightly different brow routine where they use Pears Transparent Soap (60p) to create the most wonderfully full, natural brows ever. Hello, Cara D Brows. I am not sure if this trick has a name but I am dubbing it the Soap Brow for now. Nicola Hastings demonstrated this makeup hack in a video, which you can see at the end. It's cheap, easy and makes all the difference with minimal time, what's not to love?


It's really easy, all you need is a spooly, a transparent soap as traditional white soaps will leave white residue on your brows and not look as good. Dip your spooly in some warm water and then scrape it on the soap until it turns into a clay-like consistency on the spooly brush. Then brush your brow hairs upwards with the now coated spooly. Make sure to coat every brow for instantly defined brows. Go in with your normal brow products, Sam uses Dip Brow and Nic from Pixiwoo uses a brow pencil, anything works and you'll end up with beautifully natural, full looking brows. You can watch the talk through tutorial below on how to use Pears Soap to create killer brows. 


Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed this trick and learnt something cool and if you've already heard of it I hope you found it interesting anyway. It shocks me that a channel like Pixiwoo have only 2 million or so followers. That is an impressive achievement regardless but I just think they are pioneers in the makeup industry so deserve so much more. Hope you are all well. Take care.

What is your brow routine?

Love 
Kiran

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5 comments

  1. I have to admit I had never heard of this trick before until you posted about it on instagram! I swear I'm amazed, I mean, hundreds of dollars spent in brow products when you can use soap and her brows look amazing afterwards! I am going to try it, but I'm kind of scared I'm going to do a huge mess or that it will take me too long, haha, have you tried it?

    Cy | Dulce de Mango

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  2. thx for sharing, never heard of them before. I often use brow powder and also dye with professional products.

    xoxo

    Flowery

    BEAUTYNATURE

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