Everything you need to know about “Brow Lamination”
Once upon a time, “lamination” just referred to boring office admin. Now, there’s a whole new meaning that’s a whole lot more fun. Over the past few years we’ve seen lots of exciting developments in brow technology – from eyebrow tattooing to henna brows – the quest for #wokeuplikethis brows has never been easier. However, until now, no technology has mastered that fashionably feathered look à la Taylor Hill.
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What is “Brow Lamination”?
Search the hashtag #browlamination and you’ll be scrolling through 20k+ plus posts obsessing over the treatment. Originating in Russia, brow lamination is an innovative technique used to create full, feathered and high-shine arches. Essentially it does for brows what a lash lift does for lashes. The process involves two different treatment solutions - the first is brushed through eyebrow hairs and left on for 20 minutes to make them softer and more flexible. The second, sees the brows brushed into the desired position and a ‘laminating’ solution applied to keep the strands in place. The end result? Super smooth and sleek brows, which look like they’ve got brow gel on them.
The treatment delivers #browgoals rivalling Taylor Hill and Lucy Boynton / Instagram
How long do the results last?
Your brows should stay uniform and brushed upwards for about six weeks. For some the results are two months! You can prolong the life of the treatment by using a clear brow wax alongside good care.
Who is it right for?
Brow lamination is perfect for anyone with unruly, thinning, sparse or overplucked eyebrows - or, if you just want that groomed look. Those who have A LOT of brow hairs (lucky!) that no brow gel can tame will also benefit.
The treatment is a great, non-invasive alternative to microblading, which can be painful and expensive.
Image courtesy of Blade Brows
Where can you get it?
Main image: Taylor Hill
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