Lana Condor uses organic soap for her brows.

The “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” star shared the beauty tip she got from her make-up artist and swears by the technique because her eyebrows tend to “droop”.

She explained, “My make-up artist Melissa Hernandez taught me how to use a clear organic soap on a spoolie to brush out your brows. That’s a great trick because my brows naturally sag a little bit of soap down around them lifting and holding in place is super effective and affordable too. You don’t have to go out and buy brow gel. “

The 24-year-old actress always makes sure she has some facial tissues on hand and admits that she uses them when she feels “lazy” with her skin care routine.

When asked by Nylon to recommend a product under $ 10 that people should buy, she replied, “Maybe make sure you have facial tissues. I love wiping my face and using it to remove my makeup . It’s just a very convenient way of doing this. ” Cleanse your skin. When you have a moment when you feel a little lazy about your skin care routine. And it’s nice to carry around in your pocket because you never know when you’ll need it. “

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Meanwhile, the movie star revealed that her favorite pair of shoes are her recently purchased classic Gucci loafers.

She said, “I got these Gucci loafers recently. They’re kind of a classic platform loafers that I’m obsessed with and are still trying to break in.”

Lana recently completed her first major fashion collaboration with handbag brand Vera Bradley, which was a “full circle” moment for the movie star.

She recently said, “All of the women in my family are big Vera Bradley fans. When I was younger I remember seeing my family romping around in their beautiful, colorful, fun bags, and I remember always being wanted to be a part of it And then when I was 12 or 13 my mom gave me my first Vera Bradley bag that I could use as a ballet bag when I went to class and it felt like a right of passage, because all the women were there, my family had them. “