BROW LAMINATION 

Is basically a perm for your brows, as it gives them a set, uniform shape for an extended period of time. Instead of curls, a setting lotion helps brow hair stay brushed up and lifted upward for about six weeks.

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The actual process starts off by applying softening lotion onto the brow, the chemical process breaks down bonds of the brow hair, allowing them to be moved into a new shape. Next, the brow hairs are styled up into place and a neutralizer is applied to reform the bonds into their new shape.  Finishing off with a nourishing oil  to replenish and moisture the brows.

How Do You Care For Your Brows After a Brow Lamination Treatment?


Just like lash lifting, brow lamination follows the same rules as the first 24 hours being the most critical to ensure longevity. Following the steps below will ensure your brows are healthy, hydrated and strong after a brow lamination treatment. If you do not follow good aftercare post treatment, it may result in brittle, damaged brow hairs.


  • Do not get your brows wet within the first 24 hours. This includes but is not limited to excessive moisture and steam from saunas and baths.
  • Do not apply makeup or receive any treatments around the brow area within the first 24 hours.
  • Use a brow conditioner daily.
  • Avoid rubbing or excessive touching of the brows.
  • Avoid sleeping on your front within the first 24-48 hours.

After the first 24 hours you can resume your normal daily life with your fabulous brows! However, we recommend you continue to use a Brow Conditioner that you will receive at the end of your service. This amazing product will brush your brows up into place and aids in nourishing, strengthening and protecting your brow. Remember, brow lamination is a low maintenance not a no maintenance treatment which means you will need to brush your brows into place each morning.


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