The brow lamination procedure typically takes about an hour. It involves coating the brows with two different chemicals: a relaxing cream and a setting solution. These chemicals allow the brow technician to brush the brows upward and "set" the hairs in this new direction.
How can I laminate my eyebrows at home?
How to Do Brow Lamination at Home
- Create a barrier before applying the perming solution.
- Shape your brows how you want them to be set.
- Apply the perming solution.
- Neutralize your brows.
- Finish with a nourishing serum or castor oil.
What is the rule for brow lamination?
After your brow lamination appointment, there are some things you need to know and not do during the first 24 hours. DON'T: Touch or rub your eyebrows. Get your brows wet—this includes showering, swimming, and even sweating.
Do you need a qualification to do brow lamination?
No, however we strongly recommend you attend the HD Brows Course prior to training, or that you have a qualification in eyebrow hair removal techniques, including. waxing and/or threading.
Can brow lamination go wrong?
Another way your brow lamination can go wrong is that you might have an allergic reaction to the whole ordeal. You might break into redness and irritation. Thus, you must do a test on a patch of skin (mostly done on the skin at the back of your ear) before you get your brows laminated.
How to do brow lamination for beginners?
Brow Lamination Process
- Nourish Your Brows. Apply a small amount of castor oil or aloe Vera gel on your eyebrows.
- Trim and Tweeze. Use an eyebrow comb to sort out the hair and then trim as desired.
- Apply the Cleanser.
- Apply the Adhesive.
- Comb the Hair.
- Apply the Fix Lotion.
- Clean the Eyebrows.
- Apply Nourishing Lotion.