Eyebrow Waxing Station Ideas

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Eyebrow waxing station ideas include making sure that all the different compartments contain the tools you're going to need. Find out about eyebrow waxing station ideas with help from an experienced waxing professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I’m Summer Vasilas. Today, I’m going to show you an eyebrow waxing station idea. There’s a variety of tools and products that you need to perform this service, so I’m going to show you how to keep all of those tools and products contained in one place for easy use. Let’s get started. So, to start, I’m using just a simple makeup tray, and that has all the different compartments for the tools and products that you need. You can easily set this tray right next to your waxing pot. You need a mirror, and this mirror has a regular mirror and then a three-power mirror. And, this is nice because it has a stand on it, so you can stand it on the counter and easily see what you’re doing for waxing your eyebrows. Next, we have a post-waxing oil – this is just a soothing oil to put on after your service. You have your cleanser – this is a barbicide cleanser to clean your instruments after you’re done using it. This is a corn starch powder – this is what you use to prep the skin beforehand. And, you’ll want to use a cotton pad with either of those two products. Next, I have some pre-cut strips – these you’ll want to use if you’re doing soft wax for your eyebrow shaping. Next, I have two different types of eyebrow combs. I have this comb here, and this is a disposable mascara wand. Either one, you can use. You want to have your tweezers – I have both pointed and slant-nose tweezers. Next, for trimming your eyebrows, you’ll need a small pair of scissors. These are an actual eyebrow scissor. And, these are a cuticle scissor, which you could use those as well. What you’re looking for is just a small blade there. I also put in a white eyeliner, and this will help you to determine your eyebrow lines if you need to mark where the arch, the tail, and the beginning of your brows start. Next, I have two different sizes of sticks – this is a coffee stirrer stick, and this is a small craft pick. Depending on the type of shaping that you’re doing, and how artsy and creative you’re going to get, you’ll want two sizes. And, last but not least, your cotton pads for your oil and your powder. Very simple. Here’s all the products that you need. And, when you’re finished, you can simply just put it right under your counter and tuck it away. And, there’s your eyebrow waxing station.


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