Eyebrow Cover and Block Plastic
Grimas Eyebrow Plastic.
Transparent plastic wax used for covering up eyebrows.
The product is starts as a hard plastic, but when you work with it and warm it up it becomes a very tacky plastic which adheres to the skin well and remains elastic which avoids wrinkling, cracking and slipping with facial movement which is the main problem of using standard glue sticks. It saves a lot of time having to complete multiple layers of basic gluing and not much of the product is needed for each application. You do not need to use a separate special effect glue unlike some brands and there is also no drying period, so this product is a real time saver, taking minutes once you are familiar with the application.
We recommend using the Grimas Derma Wax Spatula (available separately) to take the Eyebrow Plastic out of the pot. Gently and quickly scrape a small ball out of the pot onto your spatula, begin applying to brows by pushing across the hair to make it more elastic and mouldable. Always use the flat end when using the spatula to apply and smooth fully for a perfect finish, a wet wipe will clean the spatula for next use.
Once you are happy with the finish, we recommend sealing with Grimas Fix Powder, then dabbing a thin layer of Give Face Brow and Beard Blocker to correct hair colour (see instructions on listing). Then apply makeup as normal, but taking care not to disturb the finish around the brow area.
Pro tip - To make eyebrow plastic even easier to apply, set the product in a warm area ready for use, or give the product a quick heat with a hot hair dryer, this will make the plastic much easier to pick up and work with! Some artists also prefer to 'work' a small ball of plastic between finger tips to get it warm and tacky, then smear the ball across the brow, using the finger tip to get a smooth finish. Using cold metal tools to apply will immediately cool the tacky wax into hard plastic again, the trick is keeping it warm and moving, making brow covering quicker and less time consuming.
We strongly recommend purchasing the multi remover, the brow plastic can be hard to remove. Some artists use baby wipes, warm water and soap to smear off after making it tacky again.