Do you crave the trendy look of bold eyebrows? If you have brow hair that could use a lift, brow lamination may be for you. If you want to learn more about this brow trend, keep scrolling for the information you need before you book an appointment.
What Is Brow Lamination?
Like a perm for your brows, brow lamination chemically manipulates your eyebrow hair for a fuller, bolder, and enhanced look. Rather than curling the hair, the procedure straightens your eyebrow hair. Your thinning brows will look younger and fuller in just one session. It’s a 4-step process that only takes 20-30 minutes.
The aesthetician applies the perm solution, especially formulated for eyebrows, to relax the hairs.
Your brow artist applies a “fixing lotion” that strengthens the eyebrow hair and makes them pliable.
The last step in the chemical process: the aesthetician applies a regenerating cream that hydrates the hair and seals in the perm.
Once the chemical process is complete, your brow artist will groom the brows, fluffing and shaping them. Voila!
Benefits of Brow Lamination
The benefits of brow lamination are many, including:
- Suitable for all skin types and face shapes
- Makes thin brows appear fuller
- Tames unruly brows
- Enhances your eyes
- Encourages hairs to grow in the same direction
Brow Lamination FAQs
We know you have questions. Here are some answers. If you don’t see the answer you’re looking for, call us or schedule a free consultation.
For optimal results, you should avoid tweezing, waxing, or trimming your brows for at least a month before your appointment. This gives us a blank slate to work with. We can always shape your brows, but having more hair to work with will give the best results.
Unfortunately, no. For brow lamination to be successful, there needs to be a good amount of eyebrow hair to work with. For sparse brows, you might be better off with a brow henna treatment. The chemical treatment that comes with eyebrow lamination could worsen your sparseness.
The fluffier, fuller look of your brows will last for 4-6 weeks, depending on your eyebrow hair and thickness, to begin with. You will need to brush your brows into shape each morning. Your aesthetician will give you aftercare instructions to follow to keep your brows looking their best.
Like any perm for the hair on your head, eyebrow lamination can be drying. That’s why it’s important to use a hydrating oil on your brows to keep them healthy, nourished, and moisturized.
Are you ready for fuller, beautiful brows? We can’t wait to see you!