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What is brow lamination?

Brow lamination is chemical process used to lift the brow hairs. Most clients get this because they are looking for fuller, bolder results. 

The first thing you need to keep in mind if you're thinking of getting lamination, is that you need aftercare. If your esthetician is not giving you something to maintain your hair in the weeks in between, you need to get some. We give our clients castor oil mixed with jojoba oil. This is the help keep the hair and the skin around the brows, healthy.

When laminating, the first step is breaking down the hair bonds. This allows the hair to set and move in the direction we want it too. The second solution is restoring and repairing those hair bonds we broke, hence why they hairs stay up when you brush them. If you're an esthetician, whatever time you do for the first solution is the same amount of time you will use for the second solution. The last step, is a usually some sort of treatment, like a kertain treatment, to add hydration and moisture back into the brows. This is what creates the "shiny" look at the end of the service. This only last 12-24 hours. 

Lamination is not meant to brush the hair straight up but more to the side. This will give it a manicured look instead of looking "electrocuted." You must go atleast 24 hours without getting your brows wet for this service so make sure you plan accordingly.