Got Your Brows Laminated

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The latest brow trend is a treatment that involves giving brows new shape by setting the hairs in place – think of it as a perm for your eyebrows. The result can be tailored to suit your vision – if you want thick, fluffy brows it’s perfect, and likewise if you have wild, unruly brows, you can have them set into a more defined shape. If you want to correct your shape, lift your brow hairs, and cut down on your daily brow maintenance routine, then brow lamination is the treatment for you. 



How long does brow lamination last?

A brow lamination lasts for about 6 weeks depending on the care you give them. The brow technician will help you with your aftercare by giving your appropriate advice and instructions. Suitable beauty products will also be suggested for proper care.

3. Now that brow hairs are easier to manipulate, they’re brushed into position and a setting lotion is applied.

4. Once the setting lotion is removed, brows are tinted – this helps to increase the appearance of extra fullness and definition. 

Is brow lamination better than Microblading?

Brow Lamination is different from microblading in many ways. Brow lamination is the procedure to straighten your brows and give them a proper shape, while microblading refers to the artificial strokes of hair to make the eyebrows look denser. Brow lamination is economically more beneficial and lasts for a fairly good amount of time.

What happens if I wet my brows after lamination?

If you wet your brows after lamination, they won’t set in place right. It is advised to leave the eyebrows undisturbed for about 24 hours after the procedure.

 Is Brow Lamination Safe?

Brow lamination is a very safe treatment that deals only with the eyebrows and not with any sensitive part of your face. However, the technician will keep asking you relevant questions and follow the patch policy to make sure that the chemicals suit your skin.

What should not do after eyebrow lamination?

Do not wet your eyebrows after lamination and do not apply any makeup products, cream, or lotion around your eyebrows after the lamination. Taking a sauna or a steam bath can damage the lamination.



The aftercare for eyebrow lamination is not particularly a tough job. All you need to do is keep in mind that the eyebrow should not be treated with water or wet cloth as it can ruin the procedure. You need to brush your eyebrows every morning with a spoolie to maintain the shape. Do not go out in the sun with your eyebrows exposed for 48 hours after getting the lamination treatment. Avoid excessive touching and rubbing. Avoid going to a swimming pool or a sauna for 48 hours.