Beauty blogger jumps on the latest bizarre beauty trend by LAMINATING her eyebrows for the perfect shape in just minutes

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a close up of a woman making a face for the camera: Australian YouTube star Tina Yong has shared her 'before' and after' results after she 'laminated' her eyebrows using eyelash glue and cling wrap© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited
Australian YouTube star Tina Yong has shared her ‘before’ and after’ results after she ‘laminated’ her eyebrows using eyelash glue and cling wrap

It’s the latest beauty trend that sees women ‘laminating’ their eyebrows for the perfect shape in just minutes.

And Australian YouTube star Tina Yong has jumped on the bizarre social media craze to see what all the hype is about – and the results are surprising.

The beauty blogger, from Sydney, filmed herself using an eyelash glue, metal mascara brush and cling wrap to transform her eyebrows into a fuller and thicker look.

The eyebrow lamination involves placing a solution on the eyebrows, and then brushing them in an upwards direction so all of the hairs are perfectly straight.

‘So what is a brow lamination? It’s an eyebrow perm for your brow hairs to give you that brushed up bushy supermodel brow look,’ Tina said in her YouTube video.

‘Just like a lash lift, the brow perm is semi-permanent, it lasts a couple of weeks before your brow hairs go back to its normal state.’

Firstly, she cleans the area with makeup remover and a cotton pad before she applies non-latest eyelash glue to her brows.

‘I am going to apply lash glue and I’m just going to brush the hairs into place and kind of lay them down to where I want them,’ she said.

‘I’m just gonna brush on that glue and it dries clear so then I’ll be able to see exactly where my brow hairs should be placed.’

Using the metal brush, she combs her hair upwards before moving sideways.

‘I’m just gonna brush the hairs upwards, maybe like lay it flatter against my skin if I can. Moving on to the middle of my brows… I’m kind of brushing them sideways,  I don’t want to sit completely upright like the start of my brow, I just want it to kind of lay diagonal,’ she said.

‘I’m gonna do the ends, again I don’t want this part to be completely upright, I just wanted to kind of lift upwards but out to the side so I still have a shape there.

‘I’m taking my time with this because how I lay it down, that’s how my brows are gonna be, they’re gonna be firm in that position so I want to make sure all the hairs are in place and where I want it to be.’

After brushing her brows straight and upwards, Tina said she was ‘quite happy with the shape’ but admitted she looked ‘crazy’. 

Next, she pressed cling wrap over her eyebrows for up to 10 minutes.

Tina then proceeded to take the plastic film off, before applying the ‘perming solution’ with a small brush over her brows.

‘I’m just gonna use a disposable mascara wand and remove that layer of perming solution,’ she said.

‘Then I’m going to wipe over that with a little cotton tip.’

She applies a second coating of solution, before putting a new layer of cling wrap back on for a further 10 minutes.

‘There’s literally no turning back now, I feel like what’s done is done. Let’s just pray that my brow hairs don’t fall off and it looks somewhat decent,’ she said.

a person standing in front of a fence: Despite feeling skeptic about the latest beauty trend, Tina said she was pleasantly surprised with the results© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited
Despite feeling skeptic about the latest beauty trend, Tina said she was pleasantly surprised with the results

She removes the cling wrap, and uses a cotton tip to remove the solution before brushing an oil solution over her eyebrows.

Finally, she applies a cleansing solution to the area, before using a cotton pad to wipe off any excess solution.

‘I’ve just quickly brushed them and this is what they look like, it’s different I’ll say that. I’m definitely not used to seeing myself with brushed up brows like this,’ she said.

Despite feeling skeptic about the latest beauty trend, Tina said she was pleasantly surprised with the results

‘It totally works, my brow hairs are actually upright without any gels or soap. It has more definition in shape. It wasn’t a disaster, I actually quite like it. Overall, I’m actually really happy with the end results, it’s not bad for a DIY,’ she said.

‘It was fairly easy to do however if you’re not confident in doing it yourself, I would definitely recommend to seek a trained professional. 

‘I feel like thick brows are here to stay and this is a great alternative to eyebrow tattooing or eyebrow feathering, it’s painless, it’s semi-permanent so you don’t have to like commit to this shape or this style of brow forever.’

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