Brits working in the beauty industry can’t understand why men are allowed to get their beards trimmed and women are not allowed to have their eyebr
Brits working in the beauty industry can’t understand why men are allowed to get their beards trimmed and women are not allowed to have their eyebrows done. With any brow treatments currently prohibited by the UK Government, it might be time to take care of them yourself. Here’s how to laminate brows at home.
After that super-model look? Thick and fluffy brows are the first step, and that’s the end result of brow lamination.
Eyebrow lamination is essentially a perm for your eyebrows, as it keeps them brushed upwards for about six weeks.
You can’t book in for your next brow lamination treatment at the salon just yet, but you can give yourself the treatment at home to tide you over until the rules change.
In just a few easy steps, your brows will be looking lifted and feathery immediately.
Beauty Guru Huda Beauty revealed on her blog exactly how do do this in 15 minutes.
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Groom your brows in the way that you like them.
If you have light brows, tinting them will darken any lighter hairs and make your brows look fuller.
Don’t leave it on for longer than five minutes though, or your brows will be far too dark.
You can also trim or pluck stray hairs to create a more polished finish.
To trim your brows, brush the hair upwards and cut the ends of hairs that reach outside of the outline.
To pluck your brows, you need to use your own judgement.
Some people say never pluck above your brow, but you can do whatever you like.
Don’t get the brows wet or apply makeup for 24 hours for long-lasting results.
Comb through your brows with nourishing oil, such as castor oil, every night before you sleep.