What is Brow Lamination?
Brow Lamination is basically a perm for your brows. It straightens the brow hairs by using a chemical solution and making them stand in the desired direction.
Why Brow Lamination?
Brow lamination is perfect for people who want a fluffy brow.
It is a great alternative to microblading as it gives the effect of more hairs. Microblading can be painful as it's small incisions in the skin, but lamination is just perming the brow hairs, making it a pleasurable treatment to have done.
- Can I get brow lamination done even though my brows are thin?
YES YES YES! Brow lamination is perfect for those with thin brows, the process lifts the brow hairs up to appear fuller, so definitely!
- Can you get brow lamination when you're brows are micro-bladed?
Yes, you can have brow lamination with microbladed brows
-First 24 hours-
Do not get wet for first 24hrs (inc. sauna/steam)
Keep the brows makeup free
-Day 2 Onwards-
Set when wet (brush with spoolie)
Condition daily with hair conditioner in the shower (rinse off)
-Week 2-3 Onwards-
Oil every evening before bed with caster oil/brow nourishing oil
Remove any and all makeup with an oil base makeup remover (much softer than normal remover/makeup wipes)
Minimise excessive rubbing (could create hair loss)
Brush brows softly to shape
Brow Wax and Tint
Get those brows tidied up with a wax and tint.
Your brows will be make to suit your face shape by me mapping them out precisely
Henna brows are perfect for those who dont have a lot of hairs. The henna dye stains the skin beneath to create depth, and it also fills in any sparse areas.