brow lamination

Brow Lamination

"Brow lamination is essentially a perm for your eyebrows, but without using the same harsh chemicals .It’s a keratin treatment that not only stimulates growth while strengthening the brow hairs, but creates thick, fluffy, and full brows."


Lamination is a good alternative to microblading because it works with your existing hair, giving you your ideal brow look without the use of needles, ink insertion into the body, and pain. 

Brow Lamination

What Happens During Brow Lamination? 

First, we have consultation with clients where we go over the details of the treatment including the process and the desired results. 
The actual treatment begins with brow shaping to create a clean slate. Next, a "style adjusting" product is used to style the hairs into the client's desired shape, followed by a style neutralizer that sets brows in place. The last step is the application of a nourishing keratin oil that replenishes moisture after the chemical treatment process.  

How Should You Prepare for a Brow Lamination Treatment? 

It's best to avoid using retinol and topical over-the-counter and prescription acne treatments for at least 48 hours before your treatment since these products can sensitize the skin, and potentially lead to irritation. Arriving at your appointment makeup-free with clean skin also helps the process. 

What Should You Do Post-Brow Lamination Treatment? 

Like microblading or eyebrow extensions, there are a few best practices to follow post-lamination treatment to protect your new brows. We recommends not wetting or rubbing the area, and to avoid applying creams, oils, and brow or eye makeup. You should also skip that workout and the extra-hot shower you usually take afterwards. 

Brow Lamination

Who Should Get Brow Lamination? 

While brow lamination is generally for everyone who has hair on brow area however there are a few exceptions. "This treatment is not recommended for people who have scratches, burns, or scars near the eyes, have eye contamination, skin conditions, or inflammation in the eyebrow area. You should also stay away from brow lamination if you have allergies or past reactions to cosmetics, dyes, and semi-permanent tattooing such as microblading.
Final result is very depends on amount of your natural hair on brow area that’s why is very important to fallow your technician advise to avoid disappointment.

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