We are fortunate to no longer rely on our dull tweezers or eye sight to transform our brows into face-framing works of art. Brow Lamination is a cutting-edge procedure available to shape, groom, and improve our brows.
What is Brow Lamination?
Brow lamination is a method of texturizing brow hair. It is a procedure where you use chemical solutions to reshape the brow to look more refined, elevated, smoother shape.
The outcome is Perfectly arched brows that look bigger, more even more defined.
What are It’s benefits?
The appearance of laminated brows is their greatest advantage. When performed properly, the brows will lay in a more visually pleasing shape and appear larger and lifted. You can somewhat reshape the brows during lamination in addition to smoothing out the hair.
For example, elevating the arch or lowering the tail to achieve the ideal form.
This treatment is non-invasive and temporary, in contrast to other brow procedures like microblading, making it a wonderful alternative for many people who don’t want to commit to other brow services.
What is the process of Brow Lamination like?
Step 1: First you’ll be directed to a chair that is reclining, where you can relax while the brow technician starts to clean the region to remove any makeup, oils, or bacteria.
After that, a relax cream will be used, which reacts with the disulphide bonds in your brows that hold the protein (keratin) chains in our hair together.
As a result, the hairs become more malleable and easier to shape. To expedite this procedure, your technician could wrap the hairs with plastic wrap.
Step 2: Depending on the thickness of your hair, this is allowed to process for about five minutes before being removed and setting cream being used.
This cream is referred to as a neutralizer, reform, or setting cream and works by setting the hair into its new shape. It reforms the hair and its keratin chains.
Your technician will use a spoolie to brush the hair into position after this cream has been left on for a further few minutes.
Step 3: Some technicians prefer to remove any stray hairs with tweezers after the brows are firmly in place. The hair follicle and pores surrounding the open up by the lamination process ingredients. It can rip or destroy the delicate eye area skin.
Cutting the hair creates an electrocution-like appearance as opposed to the fluffy appearance that makes a nice brow lamination.
Step 4: After that is finished a hydrating essence and keratin conditioner is used before sending the client home.
What is the aftercare like?
The hard work your brow technician put into the procedure can be undone if there is no proper aftercare. This would be a complete waste of your time and money.
Try avoiding the brow area from getting wet for 24 hours. This includes refraining from using the steam room or working out in a class where you sweat a lot.