The unusual product Rihanna uses to set her brows

The Unusual Product Rihanna Uses To Set Her Brows

This hack sets your brow hairs in place good and proper

Beauty Crew Contributing Editor / March 03 2020

Brows are a force to be reckoned with, so ensuring they stay neatly in place all day long should be a top priority in your makeup routine. But if you’re yet to find the perfect brow product for the job, you may want to take a look in your shower. Because according to Rihanna’s makeup artist Priscilla Ono, the solution lies in a bar of soap.

During an interview with Harper’s Bazaar UK, Ono shared her nifty hack for setting brows, and it involves a bar of soap and a spoolie.

“It’s an old makeup artist trick,” she says, “this really makes them stick.” 

What you need to do is grab a clean brow spoolie and wiggle it over the soap. Then, use it like you would a brow wax and sweep it over your already-filled-in brows to ‘glue’ them in place. Voila! Thick, brushed-up brows that won’t budge.

Because the soap is clear, no one will even notice it’s there. But they will notice your epic brows.

Mission accomplished.

L'Oréal Paris Paradise Brow Artist

Garbo & Kelly Brow Brush

Dove Beauty Cream Soap

To get the look, try L'Oréal Paris Paradise Brow Artist to fill in and define your brow shape. Then use the spoolie end of Garbo & Kelly's Brow Brush to apply a coat of Dove Beauty Cream Soap to give your brows all-day staying power.

Our top tip: When choosing a soap, we recommend one that's fragrance-free and nourishing. And always do a patch test first.

Keen to learn a few more bizarre beauty hacks? Kim Kardashian swears by this unusual skin treatment, plus try this weird trick for finding your perfect nude lipstick shade.

Would you try this bizarre brow hack? Or do you already have a brow gel that sets your brows in place from AM to PM? Please share!

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Chelsea is BEAUTYcrew’s Contributing Editor. She has a sweet spot for anything that claims to make skin glow and won’t leave the house without a slick of mascara. Chelsea has 10 years of experience as a beauty editor and her words can be found on BEAUTYcrew, Women’s Health, Daily Addict, The Joye and Primped.