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Are you looking for a trick to help your brows appear thicker, similar to the famous brows of Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins? The Doctors share a simple trick that may help you achieve your optimal brow look.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra explains that previously microblading (which creates a more defined and precise look) was the trend in brows, but now many are opting for microfeathering (which helps to fill out the brows).
Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares a tip that could help you get a brushed-up look that is both simple and inexpensive. She suggests using a disposable eyebrow brush and a bar of glycerin soap. She says wetting the tip of the brush, rubbing on the bar or soap and then applying to the brow to achieve a fuller brushed-up appearance.
According to Dr. Judy, this technique is an "error-free" way to brush up those brows and with most bars of soap costing around a few dollars, it will not break the bank.