For those of us who have sparse eyebrows, Brow Lamination is the perfect solution. This procedure reworks existing eyebrow hairs for a fuller, sculpted look. Unlike microblading, Brow Lamination can last for up to 6 weeks. However, it cannot be performed on patients with sensitive skin, psoriasis, alopecia, and those taking blood-thinning medications.
Although there are certain precautions you must take to avoid damaging your eyebrow hair, there are some DIY kits available that you can buy in the market. They contain minimal chemicals and are safe to use if you follow their directions. However, you should not leave the adhesive on your brow hair for longer than recommended, as this may result in over-irritation. Moreover, it is best to consult a professional if you want to try this procedure on your own.
Before you go in for Brow Lamination, you must have clean brows. Cleanse the brows and make sure they are in the shape you want. Apply the keratin formula and set it with cling wrap. You will then need to apply nourishing cream or oil on your brows. After that, the procedure will take about 30 minutes to complete. If you have had it done before, you should be able to do it without the help of a professional.
Once the keratin has set into the brows, you need to do proper aftercare. Brushing your brows the day after the procedure will help set the keratin and make sure that the results are permanent. Brow Lamination lasts for about six to eight weeks, depending on how well you take care of it. The treatment is painless and requires less daily maintenance. A full set of eyebrows will look more natural.
You can do the procedure yourself at home or visit a beauty salon. A professional can also perform Brow Lamination for you. However, you should watch the process of application to learn the correct way to apply the product. Typically, you will spend between PS40 to PS50 at a beauty salon. If you want to have the procedure done at home, you can purchase an eyebrow lamination kit from the internet. The cost is about PS50 compared to PS90 for a professional application.
The procedure is relatively painless and is considered a semipermanent solution for brows that are sparse, uneven, and lack symmetry. Brow lamination gives the appearance of a fuller brow with a natural look that lasts for 4-6 weeks. There is no need for makeup or permanent tattooing after Brow Lamination. Brow Lamination is a noninvasive procedure and does not require any downtime.
Brow Lamination is a semi-permanent procedure that creates fuller brows by repositioning brow hairs and lifting them in a vertical direction. It is the perfect solution for clients who have thick, messy hair, or have sparse brow hair. Moreover, it can even enhance the appearance of microblading and make it a more permanent option. You can opt for the semi-permanent procedure if you have a lot of time to spend on the procedure.
Microblading is an excellent alternative to eyebrow tattooing, as it doesn’t affect previously tattooed strokes. Brow tattooing can be more permanent, but there are some side effects. Microblading is a less-invasive alternative, but requires 24 hours of care, including daily application of brow balm. Microblading is relatively expensive, at about $85). The procedure takes about 45 minutes and can cost up to $85.
Microblading fills in the gaps between eyebrows, giving the appearance of fullness and growth. Microblading is fast and noninvasive and is an excellent option if you are looking for a non-surgical solution. To learn more about the procedure, pick up a copy of Allure’s print magazine. For recommendations, tips, and features on how to make your brows look great, read on! You will be glad you did!