Brow lamination is a process of perming your brow hairs, but instead of curls, you get straighter, upward-facing hairs that are set in place. It can help get rid of the appearance of bare patches and irregular hairs, as well as make thin brows look way fuller. If you have decently full brows, it can help them look fluffier and appear styled at all times. Therefore, for someone like me, whose brows were full enough but had a hard time staying styled with any sort of definition or arch, it made a great option. Your brows are permed to go in a particular direction, so it barely takes any time or work to get them to look lifted and styled.
Once your brows are laminated, you can expect fuller-looking, easy-to-style brows for around 6 to 8 weeks. At that point, your brow hairs don’t fall out or start going in wacky directions. Rather, they just start to look like gravity is kicking in again and go back to how they were before lamination.
The interaction just requires a few minutes on each side and stances little gamble. It is ideal to address a specific specialist with respect to any worries or sensitivities you might have preceding your treatment.