Woman shares clever hack to laminate your brows at home for a fraction of the price

LAMINATED BROWS are the new beauty trend taking over social media.

Most women have already booked an appointment with their brow lady to get the treatment done, but one TikTok user claims to have found a DIY alternative that costs a fraction of the price.

TikTok user, Zyah Belle, who is from the US shared how she laminated her brows at home in a TikTok video which has been viewed over two million times.

In the video she writes: "Wanted to get my brows laminated.

"Instead of paying £55 ($75) for a professional to do it my stupid self bought a kids perm for £5 ($6.98) at the beauty supply."

In the video, Zyah uses a spoolie to apply the relaxer to her brows, she lets the relaxer sit for five minutes, she also applies plastic wrap over her brows, though she does disclose she is only doing this because she has seen over people do it.

After she had let it sit for five minutes, she used the neutralising shampoo in the box it came with and then conditions them.

She leaves the conditioner on for five minutes and removes it to reveal her newly laminated brows.

Brow laminating involves using a chemical solution to lift and straighten the brow hairs, which allows them to move more flexibly so you create your desired brow shape.

After it is finished with a fixing solution is applied to keep the brow hairs straight as well as a tint if you wish.

Laminated brows done professionally should last for around six weeks.

People who watched the video were stunned at how well it worked, but others warned it could react badly on people with more sensitive skin.

One user wrote: "She just saved herself a calm $70, it is a yes from me."

"You're joking!" Said another user who added: "You just saved me some coins! Going to buy this tomorrow."

A third user replied: "Now sis. You know I'm going to try it now."

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