Quick and Easy Soap Brows Tutorial

by Unorthodoll
6 Materials
10 Minutes

Hello everyone! Today, I’m sharing an easy soap brows tutorial with you. The difference in my appearance before and after soap brows is crazy! I can’t wait to show you how to achieve this sleek brow look.

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Tools and materials:

  • Soap
  • Spoolie
  • Tissue or blotting paper
  • Eyebrow pencil
  • Concealer (optional)
Soap for brows

For this tutorial, you’re going to need a spoolie and, of course, soap. You can use plain soap (clear glycerin soap works best).

Soap for brows

Or you can use a soap that is made specifically for eyebrows, which is what I’ll be using.

To use a regular bar of soap on your brows, simply dampen it, or dampen the spoolie, and load the spoolie up with soap by brushing it back and forth a few times. 

For the brow soap I’m using, I’m going to dampen my spoolie and swish it about in the pot for around 10 seconds. 

Blotting brows

1. Blot brows

Using a tissue or blotting paper, I’m going to remove any excess oils from my brows.

Applying soap to brows

2. Apply soap to brows

Then, brush all your brow hairs up then load up the spoolie with soap in the way that I explained before.

Use your soap to brush all your hairs up, not straight up but kind of diagonally up. Take your finger and press all the hairs down.

If you want to stop here, you can!

Taming brows

3. Tame brows

However, I’d prefer my brows to look a little bit smaller so I'm running the spoolie along the top of the brows to tame them a little.

Then I brushed a few hairs back into place before the soap dried and patted them down with my finger.

Repeat the same process on your other eyebrow.

Removing excess soap

4. Remove excess soap

Now, take a damp tissue and pat it all the way around your eyebrows to remove any excess soap.

This is a really important step because makeup might sit strangely on top of the soap.

Filling in brows

5. Fill in brows

Then, grab your eyebrow pencil and fill in any sparse areas with hair-like strokes.

I then clear up the look by applying some concealer around my brows and do the rest of my makeup.

Finish soap brows

Soap brows tutorial

And there we have our finished look! I hope you enjoyed this soap brows tutorial. If so, leave a comment down below. 

Products used:

  • Pink Honey UK Strawberry Texture Hold Honey Glue
  • Browcode Imitations Eyebrow Pencil in Brunette
  • Smashbox Studio Skin Flawless Concealer in Fair Light Neutral
Suggested materials:
  • Soap
  • Spoolie
  • Tissue or blotting paper
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4 of 19 comments
  • Denyse Denyse on Dec 14, 2023

    The soap made my brows too stiff for the brow pencil to do it's magic...I use hairspray on the spoolie after I finish my face.

    • Unorthodoll Unorthodoll on Dec 15, 2023

      Yes the glue is very stiff, hairspray is a good idea because it comes in so many different formulas! I've recently been using a super strong brow gel instead of the glue and I find it works really good after I fill them in.

  • Carol Pride Carol Pride on Dec 17, 2023

    I have one problem. When I was a little girl I took my Dad's razor and shaved halve of my brows off. Since then I cannot get the hair to grow back. Do you have a solution for me?

    Thank you

    • Unorthodoll Unorthodoll on Dec 18, 2023

      When I was young we used to pluck our eyebrows very very thin. It's been over 15 years and I still have bald patches unfortunately. I've used lots of serums, they didn't help. But one thing that made the hair on my head grow thicker is hair and nail vitamins. Also with time I do find they are still slowly coming back.