How to Laminate Your Eyebrows: 3 Ways

Laminating your eyebrows is a way to give them shape and thickness, and it helps the hairs look groomed. 5-Minute Crafts wants to show you how you can do it the easy way at home without spending too much money.

Method 1: castor oil

What you’ll need:

  • 2 drops of castor oil
  • 1 tbsp of hair modeling wax
  • 2 strips of cling film
  • 5 drops of transparent mascara
  • An eyebrow brush
  • A small makeup sponge
  1. Pour a tablespoon of the mascara, castor oil, and hairstyling wax into a bowl. Mix evenly until you get a paste.
  2. Apply it with the brush and give your eyebrows the desired shape.
  3. Take a strip of cling film and place it on the eyebrow, pressing with your fingers to give heat for about 5 minutes. Repeat on the other eyebrow.
  4. Remove the paper, dip the sponge in warm water, and carefully remove it.

Method 2: neutral soap

What you’ll need:

  • 1 bar of neutral soap
  • An eyebrow brush
  • 8 strips of cling film
  1. Scrape the neutral soap with the brush until it’s covered with product.
  2. Apply the obtained scraping on each eyebrow, giving the desired shape.
  3. Cover each eyebrow with strips of cling film and leave them on for approximately 5 minutes.
  4. Repeat the above procedure 3 times, leaving it on for 10 minutes for each application.

Method 3: laminating kit

What you’ll need:

  • 1 eyebrow laminating kit
  • A small makeup sponge
  • An eyebrow brush
  • 4 strips of cling film
  • A plastic spatula

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  1. Clean and dry your face to remove any remaining makeup.
  2. Place restructuring gel on each eyebrow and let dry.
  3. Apply eyebrow styling gel and let dry for 2 minutes. Add more product, comb through with the brush, and shape your brows to your desired shape.
  4. Place cling film on each eyebrow and leave it on for 15 minutes.
  5. Remove the product with a damp sponge and repeat the procedure. You can shape your eyebrows with a tweezer.

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