significantly paler. Surprisingly when you will be going over the eyebrows, it will give you an effect of them being gently and naturally covered with snow. I recommend to go over the eyebrows with your dodge tool only once, while it’s Range set to “midtones” and Exposure to “26%”. The trick is to make it look natural and to avoid having white lives over the face. If you did it right, you should get something like this so far:
Next step. Press “D” to set your foreground and background colors to black and white. Make a new layer on top of the other two and fill it with black. Go to Filter >> Render >> Clouds and apply the clouds effect. Set this layer’s opacity to about 50% and if you see that the result is not exactly as you see below (this could depend on your clouds layer or the lightness / darkness of your photo), try playing with settings, Overlay or Soft Color might work.
Duplicate your clouds layer.
Go to Filter >> Noise >> Add Noise, and add noise as set below.