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The £1 item that Rihanna uses to keep her brows looking on point

The cut-price beauty hack that will change your eyebrow game

Laura Sutcliffe

Rihanna is a beauty mogul and we are obsessed with her makeup look – particularly as she now is the CEO of her own cosmetics company, Fenty Beauty. The lady behind the Only Girl in the World singer's flawless beauty look is makeup artist to the stars Priscilla Ono. Priscilla is the only professional that the ex-girlfriend of Chris Brown turns to light up her skin – and she has recently revealed the genius hack she uses on the singer to keep her brows in check – and it will cost you £1. Plus – we are near on positive that you will already have this item in your bathroom cabinet. The professional uses a bar of soap to keep the Battleship actress's brows looking sleek and shiny!

Rihanna's brows always look flawless

She uses a clean mascara brush to scrape a simple bar of soap and then uses it to seal Rih Rih's brows after a brow perfector has been applied.

A bar of soap can cost as little as £1

This ensures the brow hairs don’t move, giving a flawless result. Speaking to Harper’s Bazaar, Priscilla explains: "It's an old makeup trick… everyone's obsessed with an editorial textured brow and this really makes them stick" she revealed to the publication.

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The 30-year-old singer is quite experimental when it comes to her beauty look and last month she even bravely matched her suit to her eyeliner! The singer attended the Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2019 show and wore a fabulous white boiler suit which she pared with a flick of white eyeliner.

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Fenty Beauty is going from strength-to-strength and at the start of July, a pop-up beauty tour appeared in London, then touring in Glasgow, Nottingham and Belfast.

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Fans went wild for the beauty event – especially as they were able to get their hands on the sell-out, brand new Moroccan Spice Eyeshadow Palette. Makeup artists were on hand to colour match guests to get their perfect shade of foundation.

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