Eyebrow Cover and Block Plastic
Make life easier for yourself. Why would anyone find smearing a glue stick all over their face so therapeutic? If you don't have the luxury of time to sit applying several layers of glue and wanna avoid anxiety of the end result looking like you face planted a bowl of porridge - eyebrow plastic is the future! One layer which sets as soon as you press on their fixing powder and it lasts absolutely ages (trust me - mine is over a year old and glittery - but she still does her thing).
Tips - This product needs some help to understand because there are no instructions! When you open it, it looks like a petri dish from a science lab and the product is hard, straight up you'll tap the surface and think we found an old one to palm off on you. But that's what its meant to be like - trust us!
What Grimas should be telling us all - You will need the Grimas spatula or something that works like that as you have to dig like a pea sized amount out of the pot. Then you work this pea to make it go tacky, we find squishing it and rolling it between thumb and index finger really warms it up and you get a nice super sticky mess to work with. If you don't like the idea of that - blast with the hot hairdryer - but you'll have to work any chunks down during application. Once you get it in tacky state and you can't feel any chunks, go for it, push it across your eyebrow! Try to get it straight over the hair and not too much all over the skin as yea - its really tacky. You can use the spatula to really lay it down and get it smooth or use the tacky finger tip. Once you have it all down where you want, press in Grimas Fixing Powder to set it all - done. Once you have the hang of it brows are a 5 minute job! Its worth a test run, also even though we can eventually wash it off with hot water, soap and a bit of elbow grease, our sisters tell us that its worth grabbing Grimas Multi-Remover because it makes removal much easier - up to you and your budget! The same as gluing, you might pluck brow hairs if you apply or remove too roughly.