Eyebrow Lamination

What is Eyebrow Lamination?

Eyebrow lamination is a cosmetic procedure that focuses on creating shiny, smooth brows. Also known as an “eyebrow perm”, this treatment is sought after by those who have thinning or unruly brows. If you want to keep your brows styled a certain way but are too tired of using eyebrow gel every day, this solution may be ideal for you.

Who is a Good Candidate for Eyebrow Lamination?

Good candidates for eyebrow lamination include individuals looking to achieve a more defined and groomed eyebrow appearance. Specifically:

  • Those with unruly or sparse eyebrows who desire a fuller and more uniform look.
  • Those who prefer a natural eyebrow look but want to enhance their shape and definition without the need for daily grooming.
  • Individuals preparing for special occasions such as weddings or photoshoots, where well-groomed brows are desired.
  • People with busy lifestyles who want to streamline their beauty routine and reduce the time spent on eyebrow maintenance.
  • Those who have undergone microblading or eyebrow tattooing and want to enhance the appearance of their existing eyebrow hairs.
  • Individuals with thin or fine eyebrow hairs who want to create the illusion of fuller brows.
  • People seeking a non-invasive alternative to eyebrow shaping techniques like microblading or eyebrow tattooing.

How Does Eyebrow Lamination Work?

Eyebrow lamination involves “perming” of your eyebrow hairs. First, our medical professional will apply a cream to your eyebrows that will lift up the hairs. Next, your eyebrow hairs will be brushed upwards. Then, a neutralizer will be applied to help seal your eyebrows in place. Finally, a nourishing oil will be applied to help prevent irritation and dryness.

The Eyebrow Lamination Procedure

During an eyebrow lamination procedure, the brows are cleansed and shaped. A solution is applied to soften the hair bonds, and then the brows are shaped and set in place.

Post-Treatment Care

After your eyebrow lamination treatment, it's important to follow these post-care tips to maintain the best results:

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Common Questions

Eyebrow lamination typically lasts for about 6 to 8 weeks, depending on individual hair growth cycles and aftercare practices.

Eyebrow lamination is generally suitable for most individuals, but those with certain skin conditions or allergies should consult with a technician beforehand.

The procedure is typically painless, although some individuals may experience slight discomfort or tingling sensations during the application of the chemical solutions.

It's best to avoid applying makeup directly on the eyebrows for the first day after the procedure to allow the solution to set properly.

It's recommended to avoid getting the eyebrows wet for the first 24-48 hours after the procedure to ensure the best results.

Yes, you can still groom your eyebrows as usual, but it's important to be gentle and avoid excessive rubbing or pulling on the hairs.

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Treatment Length

60 minutes

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How Long Does Eyebrow Lamination Last?

6 - 8 weeks

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Each individual’s treatment, results and/or discomfort level may vary based upon the circumstances, the patients’ specific situation, as well as the service provider’s judgment and only after further discussion of the patient’s specific situation, goals, risks and benefits and other relevant information. Results cannot be guaranteed.