Thank you @allure For the cool write up ❤️ "Kelley Baker, the brow specialist behind the arches of celebrities like Zendaya and Shay Mitchell, often recommends brow exfoliating to her clients who tend to get ingrown hairs or are in the process of trying to grow out their brows. She finds that most people usually completely forget to exfoliate the area around their brows. Another key to brow exfoliating is it "cleans your brow area, making it a fresh palette for product," Baker adds. Like exfoliating your face to make your foundation go on smoother, your brow pencils, gels, and powders will have the same effect. Rogers adds that brow exfoliation also helps with increasing absorption of products such as sunscreen, topical anti-aging remedies, and hair growth remedies such as Revitabrow.
The jury is still out whether brow exfoliation actually helps promote hair growth, though. "Scientifically, there isn't any significant data to support these claims," Marchbein says, and Rogers agrees from an actual hair perspective.
Needless to say brow exfoliation might not magically make your brows as lush as Zendaya's, but your brow products will go on smoother, your arches will have a new glow to them, and you'll have less ingrown hairs to deal with.
For the full story by @abelwoman check out allure.com
Thanks Devon 😘