Lamentated Brows

 

What is brow lamination?

Brow lamination, also called brow sculpt or brow lift, is essentially a perm for your eyebrows. Similar to microblading and tinting, brow lamination was designed to give the illusion of fuller, more defined eyebrows. Where it differs from these two treatments, though, is that no pigment is added to your brows (though you can opt for an additional tint). Instead your hairs are coaxed into place to look fluffier and more defined, and have a slicked-up, shiny look.

 

How does brow lamination work?

Brow lamination is essentially just perming your brow hairs, and if you've had a lash lift, it should feel like a pretty similar process.

Who does brow lamination work best for?

Anyone who is looking to improve their natural brows is a great candidate. It's perfect for those looking to add volume and a more defined arch, as it makes the brow area appear larger and fuller, and is particularly suited for people whose brows are on the thinner side. 

How to maintain your brow lamination

Similarly to a lash lift, there's barely any maintenance for brow lamination. As with any perm, avoid getting your new brows wet for 24 hours and conditioning them with a lash serum daily. 

Does brow lamination hurt? 

If you haven't tried microblading because of the pain factor, brow lamination is a great option for you and you shouldn't experience any irritation during the treatment, and it shouldn't cause any damage to your brows.