What is Brow Lamination?
Updated: Sep 23, 2021
The secret to fluffy brows and more youthful looking.
If you already have thick eyebrow hair, lamination is a good option for you because it works with your existing hair, giving you an ideal brow look without the use of needles and pigment insertion. Brow lamination is essentially a perm for your eyebrows, but without using the same harsh chemicals. It tames unruly hairs and sets them in place for a fluffy just-combed look.
Pre-Care to Prepare for Brow Lamination
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.
First 24 hours: Don't wet or rub them.
Avoid applying creams, oils, and brow makeup on the area.
You should also skip that workout and the extra-hot shower.
To brush brow hair: simply use the given spool to brush them up and over to retain the shape. You can use brow products after 24 hours.
Who is NOT a Candidate?
This treatment is not recommended for people who have scratches, burns, or scars on the brows, have eye contamination, skin conditions, or inflammation in the eyebrow area or if you had allergic reaction to hair chemicals in the past.
People who have very sparse brow hair may not see as much effect due to limitation of brow hair.
How Long Does It Last?
It lasts for about 5 - 6 weeks. The more usage of brow makeup and remover, the sooner the perm relaxes.
After 6 - 8 weeks, your brow hairs will return to their normal shape and you will be ready for another treatment." Plus, there's no maintenance needed throughout.
MaiLash Brows was one of the first salons in the Valley that offers Brow Lamination. We were voted as one of the best salons in Scottsdale, Arizona in 2020.
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