Eyebrow trends seem to come around faster than fashion seasons, with friends seemingly sporting different-looking brows every time you meet up.
The latest craze to hit the UK is soap brows, as this simple, inexpensive way of taming hairs can give the illusion of lamination, all with a bar of soap.
As you’d expect, you create the look using a translucent glycerin-based bar soap instead of a traditional brow gel. Dampen a spoolie and apply soap to the brows, building up layers if needed.
By brushing the soap from the inner corner upwards, this results in a fluffy effect. It is also popular to backcomb the eyebrows to give it a better hold.
The soap will quickly stiffen, which holds the brows in place, so you don’t have to worry about the look losing its effect.
Then when you want to remove your soap brows at the end of the day, you simply wash your face. You could use a brow cleanser to completely get rid of the product and allow the hair follicles to breathe properly.
It is not hard to see why so many people are falling in love with this trend, starting with how cheap and easy it is to do. Additionally, you don’t have to create the look every day, and can enjoy having different-looking brows, depending on what takes your fancy.
Ladies who want some tips on how to do soap brows properly will find a multitude of videos on TikTok, some of which have amassed millions of views.
Not everyone has the time to do perfect eyebrows all the time, which is why having one treatment, such as microblading in Hull, is ideal, as you know your brows will be perfect every time you leave the house.