What is Brow Lamination?
Updated: Mar 14
Dreaming of full and fluffy brows? You’re going to LOVE the newest trend taking over the brow game. It’s called lamination. Like a lash lift for your eyebrows, lamination is the way to get the brows of your dreams.
How Is It Done?
Lamination lifts your brow hairs much like a lash lift. Perming lotion is applied to brow hairs to restructure the direction your hairs naturally grow in. Hairs are brushed up and into a more desirable shape then a neutralising lotion is applied so hairs stay in that position. Finally a nourishing keratin solution is applied to hairs to strengthen them.
Why Do I Need Lamination?
If your brows grow naturally straight then lamination can help you achieve the arched brows you never thought were possible. Also great for when you're trying to grow your brows back after some over-ambitious plucking! A better shape can be created that will help fill in those pesky gaps.
With longer brow hairs, a much bigger brow can be achieved through the lift a lamination provides. So if you want fuller, more arched brows? Lamination is for you.
Keratin Brow Lamination on over plucked, straight brows
How Long Does Lamination Last?
Maintenance is still needed to get your hairs back into their laminated position. After sleeping, showering or washing your face, your brow hairs will have moved. So brushing them back to where you want them is necessary. The best plan is to use a clear or tinted brow gel in the morning to keep brows in their desired position all day. Laminating helps train your brows where you want them. But they still need your help to stay that way. Lamination typically lasts up to 3 - 6 weeks.
Lamination is the way to create a fuller, more desirable brow shape without tattooing. For sensitive skins, a patch test at least 48 hours before your treatment is necessary.
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