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Laminated Brow Tutorial

Brow lamination is all the rage at the moment with smooth, shiny, slicked-up brow looks. By lifting and smoothing the hairs, gaps, thinning, unruliness, and overplucking are all minimized.

 

This microblading alternative tames unruly hairs for a sleek look, and luckily, it’s easy to replicate at home.

 

When I want to create a laminated brow look, I start with the got2b Glued Styling Spiking Glue. This is technically for your hair, but it’s the best thing I’ve found that keeps your eyebrows in place and sticking up to achieve that more laminated look.

 

I take a little bit of the gel on my finger and run it through the spoolie end of a brow brush and then brush that through my brows to push the hairs upward.

 

Once the brows are set in place, I take the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Auburn and use the other end of the brow brush, which has slanted bristles perfect for applying color.

 

If you’re looking for a dual-ended brow brush with both bristles and a spoolie, Anastasia Beverly Hills has two I like—brush 12 and brush 14—but there are also good ones from brands like Billion Dollar Brows and bareMinerals. But of course, you can always use a separate brush and spoolie if you already have those.

 

I dip the bristles of the angled bristle brush into just a tiny, tiny bit of the pomade. Next, I draw a line under my brow and lightly brush the product up from that line into my natural brow line. Then I repeat the same process with my other brow.

 

Finally, I go in with the Benefit Cosmetics Gimme Brow+ Volumizing Eyebrow Gel and lightly set everything while creating that natural, hair-like look we’re going for.

 

And that’s it! It’s that simple to create laminated-looking eyebrows without ever having to go to a salon.

 

For questions, concerns, or article ideas, feel free to reach out to our eCosmetics Beauty Editor directly at [email protected]

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Laminated Brow Tutorial

Brow lamination is all the rage at the moment with smooth, shiny, slicked-up brow looks. By lifting and smoothing the hairs, gaps, thinning, unruliness, and overplucking are all minimized.

 

This microblading alternative tames unruly hairs for a sleek look, and luckily, it’s easy to replicate at home.

 

When I want to create a laminated brow look, I start with the got2b Glued Styling Spiking Glue. This is technically for your hair, but it’s the best thing I’ve found that keeps your eyebrows in place and sticking up to achieve that more laminated look.

 

I take a little bit of the gel on my finger and run it through the spoolie end of a brow brush and then brush that through my brows to push the hairs upward.

 

Once the brows are set in place, I take the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Auburn and use the other end of the brow brush, which has slanted bristles perfect for applying color.

 

If you’re looking for a dual-ended brow brush with both bristles and a spoolie, Anastasia Beverly Hills has two I like—brush 12 and brush 14—but there are also good ones from brands like Billion Dollar Brows and bareMinerals. But of course, you can always use a separate brush and spoolie if you already have those.

 

I dip the bristles of the angled bristle brush into just a tiny, tiny bit of the pomade. Next, I draw a line under my brow and lightly brush the product up from that line into my natural brow line. Then I repeat the same process with my other brow.

 

Finally, I go in with the Benefit Cosmetics Gimme Brow+ Volumizing Eyebrow Gel and lightly set everything while creating that natural, hair-like look we’re going for.

 

And that’s it! It’s that simple to create laminated-looking eyebrows without ever having to go to a salon.

 

For questions, concerns, or article ideas, feel free to reach out to our eCosmetics Beauty Editor directly at [email protected]