Brow Lamination: The Easy Eyebrow Growth Routine Replacing Microblading
Updated: Aug 11, 2022
Most beauty lovers deal with scanty, unruly, and thinning brows with a mind of their own, plunging in different directions like friends drifted apart over time. While it's totally harmless to have your natural brows lay flat, brow enthusiasts go through never-ending attempts to fill/style their brows a certain way using eyebrow gels.
Trends like microblading have long since provided a solution to the concern of getting fuller and fluffy-looking eyebrows. This trend is slowly getting replaced by Brow lamination, a great microblading alternative that provides stronger and more evident results for estheticians and users.
Brow lamination is an amazing beauty solution that can help you get that trendy brow perfection you've always yearned for. This beauty technique brings innovative perks and insane results for your brows.
Let's take a closer look at brow lamination and why it's a great alternative to microblading.
What is Brow Lamination?
Brow Lamination, also known as 'Brow perm,' is a two-step noninvasive brow treatment that allows you to change the direction of your eyebrow by positioning them to produce a completely new vertical shape that gives an illusion of fullness.
The Keratin bonds within the brow hairs are broken down, and the hairs are raised and brushed into a new position before being restored with a cream that heals these brows and finally gives them an exquisite formation, shape, and feel.
Unlike the microblading brow treatment, this hot and innovative beauty technique is best for beauty lovers who luxuriate in switching looks and might not want to commit to new looks for long. Although brow lamination and microblading share a similar result, these brow-rejuvenating techniques are two different treatments.
Brow Lamination vs. Microblading
Microblading or eye feathering is an invasive process that uses a handheld tool of about 6-14 micro needles shaped like a blade. This technique tints the eyebrow by infusing a semi-permanent color plant pigment into the epidermis to form an alluring eyebrow. This treatment can last for roughly 1-2 years.
Brow lamination is a more transient and noninvasive procedure. This perming technique is a faster and less expensive way to get that desired brow look.
To answer the common question, "How long does brow lamination last," this process spans 10 weeks, so I would say it is more like a short-term brow treatment. Although a brief process, brow lamination is highly impactful in delivering fuller-looking brows
Here are steps on how to get brow lamination:
First, your esthetician will apply a cream to your brows to 'lift' the scanty, unruly, or thinned brow hairs.
Next, your brow hairs are brushed upward to arrange them in an equable vertical direction.
Then the esthetician will apply a neutralizer to help restore and seal your brows.
The final step is applying nourishing oil to help prevent skin irritation, hair dryness, and skin dullness caused by the chemicals used in brow lamination.
Given results and testimony from users, brow lamination is a proven cutting service that has helped both men and women achieve brow perfection.
Personally, it is my secret to fuller, fluffier, perfectly-styled brows with almost zero effort. This technique cuts out the humdrum in my getting ready routine when I get it done.