Brows have been the beauty obsession of the decade and the craze is here to stay thanks to a new entry, brow lamination. If you get eyebrow envy every time you see Cara Delevingne,Emily Clarke or Lucy Boynton and still haven’t managed to get those arches on point, the latest trend could just be the answer you’re looking for. Beauty lovers can't get enough of the innovative semi-permanent beauty treatment that is taking over their Instagram Explore page due to the dramatic results it creates.
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Considered the perfect alternative for those who want to avoid microblading, which can be quite painful, the new kid on the beauty block promises you fuller, thicker and bushier slicked-up brows with a gorgeous high-shine finish, minus the pain, commitment and after-effects that take time to heal. What’s more, the non-invasive, affordable treatment, which hails from Russia, allows you to have those fashionable and feathery supermodel selfie-worthy arches with that just-combed effect for one to two months and requires barely any maintenance.
Who Is It For?
Lamination, which helps to add colour and definition to brows and makes them look like you’ve applied some brilliant brow gel, is perfect for anyone whose hairs are irregular in direction, tough or unruly. The keratin-like treatment sets them in place so every hair lies in the same direction, a more vertical one, which encourages them to grow like that. Lamination is also great for women who have an abundance of brow hairs as it can fix them in place. Conversely, those who’ve got barely there eyebrows, brows that have been overplucked or gaps in between hairs can reap the benefits of lamination as it helps brows look fuller and hairs can be styled to cover sparse areas.
How Is It Done?
The vegan and cruelty-free grooming trend in the brow industry starts with a consultation to find the right shape and style for your face. The next step in the process that takes around 50 minutes sees the beautician using a special solution that makes the brows straight and flexible. Then the beautician applies a hydrating serum to hydrate the hair, followed by a natural-looking tint that matches the shade of your eyebrows. Finally, the treatment ends with the beautician adding a nourishing serum to the mix.
- While you won't have to use a pencil to draw in the shape anymore, you will still need to comb your eyebrows for that full feathery effect.
- Eyebrow technicians recommend nourishing your brows after the treatment with a small amount of oil, whether castor oil or your favourite beauty oil, to reduce redness and flakiness. Applying oil everyday can also help prevent dryness.