I, being the LAB's founder, am always ready to share useful information with you. There is a new trend in the beauty industry related to eyebrows that has gained a lot of popularity. However, when it comes to any new beauty treatment, there are always some myths and misunderstandings surrounding it. In this blog post, I will be clarifying the misconceptions and answering the concerns related to brow lamination.
What is Brow Lamination?
Brow lamination is a beauty treatment that involves the use of a chemical solution to straighten and set the hairs in the brow in a uniform direction, resulting in a fuller, more defined, and groomed look. The treatment involves the use of a keratin-based solution to lift and shape the hairs, followed by a neutralizer to set the shape. We want you to always have healthy brows which equals happy brows. That’s why we don't believe in using thioglycolate or ammonia in our Elevate Brows DIY Brow Lamination kit. These chemicals can be very harsh on your skin and hair cuticles. Using an organic solution allows the process to act more natural when it breaks down the hair bond. It will break down the bond without damaging the brow hairs causing dryness or irritation to the skin.
Brow lamination is a great alternative to microblading, as it does not involve any cutting or tattooing of the skin. It is a non-invasive treatment that can last for up to eight weeks.
The Benefits of Brow Lamination
Brow lamination offers several benefits, including:
Fuller and Defined Brows
Brow lamination can help to fill in any gaps or sparse areas in the brows, resulting in a fuller, more defined look.
After the treatment, your brows will require minimal maintenance, making it a great option for those who are always on the go.
Brow lamination can last for up to eight weeks, making it a great option for those who want long-lasting results.
Brow lamination can be customized to suit your desired look. Whether you want a natural or dramatic look, the treatment can be adjusted to achieve your desired result.
Common Myths and Misconceptions about Brow Lamination
Myth: Brow Lamination is Painful
One of the most common myths about brow lamination is that it is a painful treatment. However, this is not true. The treatment is painless and involves the use of a keratin-based solution that is gentle on the skin.
Myth: Brow Lamination is Only for Thick Unruly Brows
Another common misconception is that brow lamination is only suitable for those with full, thick or unruly brows. Yes, of course they will get amazing instant guaranteed results; However, this is not true. Brow lamination can benefit anyone, especially the ones with thin or sparse The instant definition will create immediate width and the appearance of fuller brows. So regardless, as long as there are brow hairs, you can achieve fuller brows.
Myth: Brow Lamination will set in a Permanent Shape
Brow lamination does not set in a permanent shape. The solution changes the texture of the hair which will creates smooth straight malleable brows hairs so that you can easily brush them into any brow shape you desire for your everyday wear. The treatment can last for up to eight weeks and will gradually fade over time.
Myth: Brow Lamination is Damaging to the Brows
Another common myth is that brow lamination is damaging to the brows. However, this is not true. The treatment is safe and does not involve any cutting or tattooing of the skin. The brow hairs are recondition at Step 3 of the treatment to add moisture, glow and softness back to the brow hairs.
Addressing Concerns: Is Brow Lamination Safe?
Brow lamination is a safe treatment as long as instructions on timing is followed. However, as with any beauty treatment, there are some risks involved. Some of the risks associated with brow lamination include skin irritation and allergic reactions.
To minimize the risks, it is important to thoroughly read the instructions, follow the instructions and do a patch test behind the ear to see if you will react to the solutions. It is also essential to follow the post-treatment care instructions to ensure the best results and to minimize any potential risks.
Post-Treatment Care: How to Maintain Laminated Brows
To maintain laminated brows, it is important to follow the post-treatment care instructions. Some of the things you can do to maintain your brows include:
Avoid Getting Your Brows Wet
For the first 24 hours after the treatment, it is important to avoid getting your brows wet. This will allow the solution to set properly and ensure the best results.
Avoid Touching Your Brows
It is important to avoid touching your brows for the first 24 hours after the treatment. Best to avoid eyebrow makeup or creams.
Use a Brow Serum
To keep your brows in top condition, it is important to use a brow serum. This will help to nourish and strengthen the hairs, ensuring they stay healthy and strong.
Conclusion: Should You Try Brow Lamination?
Brow lamination is a safe and effective treatment that can help to achieve fuller, more defined, and groomed brows. Despite the myths and misconceptions surrounding the treatment, it is a great alternative to microblading and can be customized to suit your desired look.
If you are considering brow lamination, try out ELEVATE BROWS our DIY Brow Lamination Kit. With thorough instructions, thioglycolate and ammonia free solutions, you are just minutes always from fuller natural brows.
So, what are you waiting for? Give brow lamination a try and achieve the brows of your dreams!