What is eyebrow lamination, and why might you want it?
We have to admit that there always seems to be a brand-new trend coming out in the world of skincare and beauty. This is particularly true for your eyebrows. One trend that has risen in popularity for eyebrows of late is brow lamination, but what is it, and how does it work?
What is eyebrow lamination?
Sometimes eyebrow lamination is called an eyebrow perm, although the process of eyebrow lamination leaves your brows shiny and smooth rather than fluffy. Those who have brow lamination are left with shiny brows, ideal for those worried that their brows are too thin or unruly.
Whilst eyebrow lamination is a semi-permanent procedure; it does not involve needles or colouring used during microblading.
How do you laminate your eyebrows?
The first thing that your eyebrow technician will do during the process is applying a cream to your brow, which lifts the hairs. Then the hairs will be brushed upwards, which helps to pull them into a uniform vertical direction.
After this, they will apply a neutraliser product which will remove the “perming agent” and will seal your brows into place.
The final part of the process is to apply a nourishing oil, which will prevent skin irritation and dryness of the hairs on your eyebrows—caused mainly by the chemical perming agent.
Why choose brow lamination?
Already have your favourite eyebrow procedure or product? Not sure that you want to make the switch to brow lamination? There are many great benefits to brow lamination that you may not have thought about.
It is quick and easy and, for the most part, can be done in about an hour. The effects of brow lamination are temporary and, if you want them to really last, you will need to repeat the process every couple of months. The treatment doesn’t cost as much as other eyebrow treatments. But still has excellent results.
Brow lamination is ideal if you are worried that your eyebrows look thin and sparse. This could be due to your age, or it could be down to the fact that you have overplucked them or over waxed them in the past.
Some people choose brow lamination if they are worried that their brows lack shape or unevenness. They may also pick it if the brow hairs are unruly or tend to go in different directions even if they are brushed down, and gel is used.
If you are thinking about having brow lamination, then you need to take your time to make sure that you find the right place to have it done. You want to ensure that they are experienced in the process, that they are licensed and regulated.
They should be able to show you a portfolio of their work, and they will be able to advise you on what treatment is right for you and whether you are likely to have any side effects or need to have follow up treatments.
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