What To Use Instead Of Eyebrow Gel?

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I’ve spent some time figuring out what to use instead of eyebrow gel. My brows are the one thing that gets done every day. At this point, doing my eyebrows is as essential to me as my skincare routine. After a few lousy waxing sessions, I was left with certain spots being too thin. My eyebrows are also very thick, so not doing them makes them look messy. Eyebrow gel is the perfect way to seal your brow look, but you don’t always realize when the tube is almost empty. 

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Vaseline As Brow Gel

Vaseline is one of the most versatile products in the beauty industry. It’s been used for hair, nails, teeth, skin, etc. You can also use Vaseline as brow gel. Check out this article for application tips. However, remember that Vaseline can clog your pores, so you want to watch out if you have oily skin. 

Clear Lip Gloss As Brow Gel

A clear lip gloss will not hold as well as Vaseline, but it can work in a pinch. You want to make sure that you have a clear lip gloss that is not sticky and has some staying power behind it. Instead of using the lip gloss applicator, use a spoolie to comb the gloss through your eyebrows like a brow gel for the best results. 

Elmer’s Glue Stick For Eyebrows

Most people use This well-known beauty hack to conceal their eyebrows. If you want flawless, airbrushed eyebrows, you can use a glue stick on your eyebrows to hide your natural eyebrows. Elmer’s glue can also help you set your eyebrows in place. Trust me, your look will last all night if you use this eyebrow hack. Glue brows are the updated version of soap brows. Check out the blog for more tips and tricks to keep your eyebrows flawless! 

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