Brow masks and lamination – the brow trends to look out for in 2021

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Leigh Blackwell, founder of The London Brow Company, was the first beauty expert to bring brow lamination to UK shores back last year. Brow Lamination originated from Russia around three years ago, but it is now making its mark in the beauty industry worldwide. It only made its way into the UK late last year when accredited courses started running’ reveals Blackwell and it has swept the beauty world ever since. A listers including Cara Jocelyn Delevingne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Killing Eve star Jodie Comer are the most recent celebrities to be sporting the look which transforms brows into their thickest, fuller state without a needle insight. Here she tells us what brow trends to look out for in 2020.

 

Brow Hibernation is a thing

 

Winter is the best time of the year to rejuvenate your brows, we all know gorgeous summer brows are created in the winter. Put your brows to bed over this second lockdown, hide your tweezers and let them grow. Take time for yourself and treat them to some warm cosy pamper winter night..  Keep them hydrated and rejuvenated daily with a serum/ eyebrow mask like London Brow Company, Brow Dr Miracle Mask, £29.99, and by spring you will have a new brow reveal ready for the summer.

 

Lockdown brows are more relaxed

 

“Lockdown has given us a new beauty regime and this includes leaving our brows alone!” Leigh said. “In the beginning we all had no choice bring housebound and didn’t have to face anyone so we took this much enjoyed break away from make-up and incessant brow grooming.  What happened?  We found Brow Liberation!

“Having naturally messy untamed brows grew on us, literally.  We found the much needed freedom of leaving all the little stray brow hairs alone to become nice and long and strong.  Going back to natural skin care, no make-up and bushy brows was one of the great things to come out of lockdown.  Now we feel a lot more confident showing off the natural fuller brow and not panicking when a single hair is misplaced.

“It’s okay not to pluck them, it’s okay if they are not in a perfect line and its okay to feel happy wearing them just as they are. Putting away the brow liner and tweezers is the new lockdown brow liberation. How do you now maintain your new fuller lock down brows once lockdown is lifted in December?  A lamination! Only needing a brow treatment every 8/10 weeks to keep your brows fluffy and natural is the easiest brow maintenance you have ever had. This way you don’t see any of the strays and you get to keep growing your full brow mane in perfectly.”

 

Brow lamination treatments

 

 

Brow lamination is a perfect way to keep your brows in shape naturally. You can not only create the perfect shape you can also have the perfect MISshape if you want! Lamination is the new version of crazy hair styles.  You can play around with so many styles, experiment with different shapes, sizes and versions of brows without worrying that you are committing to them.

With lamination lasting up to 8-10 weeks, this is the new long term brow care we have been waiting for.

 

Brow predictions for 2021

 

-Bushy brows

-Brushed up brows

-Defined yet natural brows

– Brow masks 

-Fluffy brows with a hint of skin

-Your own brows just a bit better

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