Tame Your Unruly Brows
What is Eyebrow Lamination?
An eyebrow lamination treatment is a specialty treatment and an innovative new way that aims to give your eyebrows a fuller, more uniform look by straightening them out and setting them in place. In other words, tame your unruly brows.
We use a new treatment to tame unruly brows that lasts for weeks. This will make your brows appear more uniform and well-groomed. Therefor giving you a more polished, made-up look even when you haven’t done anything with your eyebrows.
Eyebrow lamination procedure
Eyebrow lamination is a simple procedure that can be performed in less than an hour. It involves using a small, hand-held tool to smooth the skin around your eyebrows and create a more uniform appearance.
After the procedure, you may experience mild swelling and redness of the skin around your eyebrows. These effects should last less than two days. If you have any questions or concerns about this procedure, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Is eyebrow lamination painful?
Eyebrow lamination is a process that can be performed by a licensed beautician. It involves using a special tool to create the shape of your eyebrow, as well as fill in any gaps or sparse areas in your brows.
Eyebrow lamination is not painful, but there are side effects that you should consider before undergoing the procedure. For example, there can be redness or swelling at the site of lamination for up to 24 hours after treatment. You may also experience some itching or mild irritation for several days following the procedure. This is normal and should go away on its own.
If you have questions about whether your specific situation would benefit from eyebrow lamination.
After your procedure, take it easy for at least 24 hours. Don’t use any makeup or other products on your brows until they have healed. Your provider may tell you to avoid:
– Sun exposure for two weeks
– Water activities such as swimming and showering for three days
– Heat sources like hair dryers or curling irons for two weeks
– Exercising (especially high impact) for two weeks