Updated: Apr 11
Whether you simply want to see what this style of brow looks like on you before taking the plunge, or you’re scared of commitment and would rather fake it ‘til you make it, the laminated brow look is still super on trend this year and learning how to mimic the look at home is a must.
Laminated brows make the brow appear fuller, more sleek and defined as well as tamed. No hair can be out of place if you want to achieve lamination perfection! Luckily, it is quite easy to mimic this look at home with just a few products, some patience and a spoolie.
A strong eyebrow gel or glue, or even a brow soap, is the best option for achieving this look. This will ensure your brows stay slicked up and sleek all day long.
There are a plethora of brow products on the market, soap brows and brow glue are abundant and almost every makeup brand has a few options available so you're sure to find something that fits within your budget.
Or you could simply use a bar of soap. Clear soap is best as it doesn’t leave a cast on the brow, but any bar of soap should work fine.
Load your spoolie up with product and start combing through the brow to ensure each hair is coated. This is important as it will help to make sure no hairs go solo and ruin the look as the day progresses.
Next, comb the brow hairs up and lay them flat against your skin, ensuring they all lay in one cohesive, upwards direction. This is what gives the illusion of a laminated brow.
Comb lightly along the edge of your brow to shape it and press the brow hairs down onto the skin, allowing them to dry in place before removing any excess product from around the brow.
It’s that easy! Now you can try laminated brows at home! Or, if you don’t want to go through the hassle every day, you can always try micro blading and have perfect, styled brows without any effort at all.
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