Brow Lamination is the treatment of choice for those with unruly brow hair, gaps, and unevenness. If you’re looking to create fuller-looking brows lasting for up to six weeks then brow lamination is for you. Our experts use a gentle solution to straighten and lift the existing brow hair and a fixing solution to hold the hair into place. A custom blended tint is then applied to the brows to finish the look and create fuller and thicker-looking brows.
Clients with a fair to a good amount of brow hair would like their brows to look temporarily fuller.
Brow lamination is a semi-permanent treatment that helps to shape and set the eyebrows in a desired position. It involves the use of a chemical solution to reshape the brow hairs, making them appear fuller and more defined.
The results of brow lamination can last anywhere between 4 to 6 weeks, depending on your hair growth cycle and how well you take care of your brows.
Brow lamination is generally safe for most people, but it’s always best to consult with your Browns & Co professional before getting the treatment, especially if you have any specific concerns or medical conditions. It may not be suitable for individuals with extremely sensitive skin or certain skin conditions.
No, brow lamination should not cause any damage to the eyebrows. However, it is important to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your Browns & Co specialist to ensure the best results and minimise any potential damage.
Yes, you can still wear makeup after brow lamination. In fact, lamination can enhance the appearance of your makeup by providing a well-groomed base. Just make sure to avoid applying any products directly on the brows for the first 24 to 48 hours after the treatment.
After brow lamination, it’s important to avoid getting the brows wet for the first 24 to 48 hours. You should also avoid excessive touching, rubbing, or scratching of the brow area. Using a brow serum or oil can help keep the brows nourished and hydrated.
We provide an option to have your brows tinted during the treatment.