New beauty trend: Brow lamination

Just like fashion trends, beauty trends change with the seasons. Some are inspired by specific celebrities, some are inspired and influenced by specific fashion trends, and beauty trends are just as engaging and interesting. The eyebrow trend has been in the spotlight lately. Thin eyebrows have long been something women need and want to have and achieve. However, the over-plucked shape that was so popular in the 90s and early 00s is completely outdated. The next big thing in eyebrows was around the 2010s, when microblading technology took over the beauty world. Brows have a new look with henna shades and sugar sprouting. Now, 12 years later, there's a new trend in the beauty industry, and it's called Brow Lamination. But for many, eyebrow lamination is a household name, and the technique is fairly unfamiliar. So what exactly is this?

What are eyebrow stickers?

Brow lamination is also known as a brow lift. As a technique, it creates full, fluffy brows. It does this by realigning directional hair growth and improving brow shape. This is a semi-permanent brow perm that gives a very magical and cool look. With Brow Lamination, eyebrows can be easily styled according to personal taste and preference.

Eyebrow fitting process

The first thing to know when going to this date is clean brows without makeup. This is followed by the application of petroleum-based products. It only bypasses the brow bone and is designed to protect the skin from chemicals. Then comes the ascension itself. It is done using an adhesive that coats the brows and readjusts the hair growth pattern.

The second step in the process is to keep new hair growing. When an adhesive product is used, the eyebrows are covered with a plastic sheet. It stays on for 15 minutes and sets the hair. The third step is to fix the brows with another solution, also wrapped in plastic. As a final step, condition your brows with a keratin solution or a brow-softening conditioning solution.

The whole process takes about 1 hour. The final look creates natural and full brows. Such brows and their effects can last for six to eight weeks. It is recommended to wait at least 8 to 12 weeks for a new eyebrow lamination appointment.

Who can have eyebrow lamination?

The best candidates for the eyebrow lamination procedure are those with small, thin eyebrows. This makes the brows look thicker and fuller. Those with eye or skin irritations, pimples around the eyebrows, pregnant or breastfeeding should not try this technique.

Overall satisfaction with this treatment was very positive. This treatment makes the brows look twice as thick.