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Brow Lamination: Why It's Worth Trying Out

Updated: May 9

Elevate your brow game with brow lamination! This trending treatment gives you fuller, more defined brows with a sleek, polished finish. Discover the secrets to effortlessly flawless brows!


Since your natural brow hairs grow in multiple directions, brow lamination redirects those hairs. You can decide how you want your hair to be shaped. The upward angle will give them a shaped and fuller look. 

Brow lamination offers a simple yet impactful way to achieve fuller, well-groomed eyebrows without the need for invasive procedures.



Brow lamination typically lasts between 4 to 6 weeks, depending on your hair growth cycle and aftercare. Proper maintenance and gentle handling can help extend its longevity.

FUN FACT: the service itself is pain free and relatively quick. It is just perfect for those with busy schedules and that are looking for a defined brow look that will last them a few weeks.



Here is why you might choose brow lamination:

  • Instant Volume and Definition: It gives your brows a fuller, thicker look, making sparse areas appear filled in.

  • Low Maintenance: Once laminated, your brows maintain their shape for weeks, reducing the need for daily grooming.

  • Customizable: The process allows you to style your brows in a variety of ways, from sleek and straight to naturally feathered.

  • Non-Invasive: Unlike microblading or other permanent procedures, brow lamination involves no needles or incisions.

  • Quick Results: The treatment is relatively quick, usually taking less than an hour, with immediate results.

If you are looking for a versatile and low-commitment way to enhance your eyebrows, brow lamination could be the perfect solution.



Here are the steps involved in the process:

1. Consultation:

The technician will discuss your desired brow shape and style. We will check for any allergies or sensitivities to the products used in the treatment and give you an Brow lamination consent form to sign.

2. Cleansing:

The eyebrows are cleansed to remove any makeup, oils, or debris. This step ensures the lamination products work effectively.

3. Applying the Lifting Solution:

The first step in the lamination process is styling the eyebrows with soft adhesive and applying a lifting solution, which contains chemicals that break down the protein structure of the brow hairs. This softens the hair, allowing it to be manipulated into a new shape.

4. Shaping the Brows:

By using a brush or a similar tool to style the brow hairs into the desired shape. Typically, this involves brushing them upward to create a fuller appearance.

5. Applying the Neutralizing Solution:

Once the brow hairs are in place, a neutralizing solution is applied. This solution helps to set the hairs in their new shape and lock in the desired style.

6. Tinting

We do an optional tint at this stage depending on clients prefences.

7. Trimming and Tidying:

We may trim any excess brow hairs or shape the brows further to achieve the final look. Optional tweeze or wax stray hairs outside the laminated area.

8. Conditioning and Nourishing:

After the lifting and neutralizing steps, a nourishing treatment is applied to rehydrate and condition the brow hairs. We apply some aloe lavender hydration on the area where we waxed to calm the skin.

9. Aftercare Instructions:

We will provide aftercare instructions to ensure the brow lamination lasts as long as possible. Our clients also recive an aftercare goody bag which includes hair conditoning mask and eyebrow oil for hydration with aftercare instructions.

The entire brow lamination process usually takes about 30 to 45 minutes, and the results can last for 6 to 8 weeks with proper care.



It is mandatory for all new clients to undergo a patch test to ensure safety and compatibility with our products. This preliminary test helps us identify any potential allergic reactions or sensitivities, allowing us to tailor our services to each client's needs. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with this essential procedure.

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