Brow Lamination is a new and exciting salon treatment to delicately and accurately groom brow hairs into a perfect shape and style that stay in place for up to 8 weeks. Brow Lamination realigns brow hairs into shape adding fullness and definition using specialised products and techniques developed by experts.
This treatment takes just 30 minutes and will give the appearance of thicker brows that are expertly styled into your desired shape.
Hi Brow Lamination is a salon treatment that creates the perfect, bespoke brow that will stay in place for up to 8 weeks. The treatment, an alternative to brow feathering, involves styling the brows into a unique position using unique brow lamination products.
“Brow lamination is a process of restructuring the brow hairs to keep them in a desired shape,” says Natalie Piper, international trainer at The Eyelash Design Company. “It’s the perfect treatment for anyone whose hairs are irregular in direction, have any gaps in between said hairs, or who want that groomed, brushed-up look.”
The treatment involves 4 key products, which have all been expertly developed by industry professionals and are ideal for use on eyebrows.
The first is Fixing Adhesive - this is a brow lamination glue which secures the brows in the chosen shape and style, ready for the Brow Styling and Fixing Lotions.
This is followed by the Brow Styling Lotion, which is brushed through eyebrow hairs to make them softer and more malleable.
Next, the Brow Fixing Lotion is applied - the special formula rebuilds the structure of the hair and sets it in its new position.
Finally, to finish the treatment, Brow Lamination Serum which contains keratin is applied to the brow - this products helps to hydrate and nourish the brow hair.
Brow Lamination aftercare is simple; for the first 24 hours, you should treat your brows with care and avoid steam baths and saunas, and after this time you can treat your brows as normal.
A patch test is required if you have tinting in this treatment.
Hi Brow offers accredited training in Brow Lamination. Please visit our training pages for more information.