What is Eyebrow Lamination and how does it work?

Eyebrow lamination is a three step process that straightens your brows that allows them to be combed into a perfect shape. Can also be called a brow lift or brow sculpt. Brow lamination was designed to give the illusion of fuller, more defined eyebrows. A keratin infused straightening cream is applied to your brows, they are combed up to lift and sculpt then get covered with a plastic wrap to process for a maximum of ten minutes. This controls unruly hairs and/or hair that grows in opposite direction and will smooth them out. The second step is applying the neutralizing cream which applied to neutralize the hair bonds and hold the shape into place. The last step is a moisturizing oil that will help combat any dryness. You can also add brow tint and wax to finish your brows to perfection.

The entire process takes about 30-45 minutes and will last you about 8 weeks. Brow lifts are very versatile. You can wear them straight and sleek one day or fluffy the next. The only product you would need is a spoolie brush. You will still be able to move your brows around after the lamination. It’s the perfect treatment for anyone whose hairs are irregular in direction, who has any gaps, or who wants that groomed, brushed-up look. Below is a few inspo photos from the internet to give you an idea to see if this may be for you. An inexpensive, less invasive alternative to microblading or tattooing.

Lamination , tint & wax is $90. Mention this post to get $15 off your first brow lamination. Call the salon if you have any questions at all! JA xo

2 thoughts on “What is Eyebrow Lamination and how does it work?

  1. I am interested and was wondering if you have pictures of clients that have had this done? My concern is I don’t want it to look overdone and obvious.

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