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We named it Brow Glue for a reason. With its ultra-strong hold, Brow Glue is not your average brow gel. The budge-proof formula locks brow hairs in place all day long (and we mean all day).
85% of people described Brow Glue as the best eyebrow setting gel they’ve ever used.*
*Results of an independent user trial with a panel of 40 women.
The clear formula is easy to apply and dries quickly to set brows in the desired position. Unlike other soap-style brow products, this does not need to be mixed with water; simply brush and go.
Rated as a Highly Commended Make Up Must Have at the ASOS Beauty Awards, this product is perfect for clients looking to achieve the brushed up, fluffy brow look or tame unruly hairs that won’t stay in place. It’s also ideal for anyone hoping to see if the brow lamination look is for them before committing to the treatment.
Dip a disposable spoolie into the tube to pick up some product. For hygiene reasons, be sure not to double dip the spoolie into the tube.
Brush the spoolie through the client’s brows in the direction you wish to set hairs.
Wait a few seconds for the gel to set.
“Brow Glue can actually be used before or after other brow products. Use as the first step of your brow routine, brushing into positioning to see where the gaps are that need to be filled in for a natural finish. Alternatively, fill in your brows just as you like them and finish it off with a slick of Brow Glue. Which team are you: #BrowGlueFirst or #BrowGlueLast?”
- Ellie, HD Brows Stylist
Drawn from the ancient volcanoes of Auvergne, France, pure volcanic water offers moisturising properties.
Organically cultivated aloe vera is known to for its excellent moisturising, soothing and hydrating properties.
Aqua (Water), Alcohol Denat, PVP, Glycerin, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tetrasodium EDTA, 1,2- Hexanediol, Caprylyl Glycol, Tropolone, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice Powder, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.