This is a makeup tutorial by Sofia Boggiano.
Step 1: Spray your spoolie brush with IPA to dampen the bristles. I did maybe four or five sprays. I liked a thicker residue, so I used very little moisture to make my brow soap. It takes a little bit of trial and error to figure out just how damp the brush needs to be, but start with a little and add more if you need.
Step 2: Rub the bristles of your brush against the bar of soap to create the gel-like residue. If you don’t want your brows to look waxy, start with a little bit of product and build it up if you need.
Step 3: Comb the soapy spoolie through the hairs and shape your brows how you want them to set. It doesn’t dry that quickly, so you have time to work with it until you find an arch you like. Use your finger if needed to press hairs down.
Step 4: Use your brow pencil or whatever brow styling products you prefer to fill in sparse areas. Remember, it’s soap, so do this after you set your soap brows or you risk washing it all off. Tip: Be careful applying your foundation close to your brows before combing them. eye makeup and products mixed with soap is no good and will flake, cake, or separate.