What is Brow Lamination?

Popular amongst brow enthusiasts and now arguably the most popular brow treatments in the beauty industry for fuller-looking brows.

Brow lamination is a chemical process that raises the hairs in your brows to give them a fuller appearance. In essence, it's a perm for your natural brow hairs. To give you more volume and structure in your brows, it simply controls and provides your hair more flexibility than curling it.

Unlike microblading, which essentially entails tattooing larger brows onto your face, eyebrow lamination is a semi-permanent treatment. The results of brow lamination might endure from 6-8 weeks depending on your maintenance.

In a nut shell, the brow lamination procedure takes your existing natural hairs and adds volume and structure to make it look fuller while also filling in any bald areas. Laminated brows are quite simple to maintain, give a natural look and a great alternative to microblading.

Brow Lamination process

While the preparation methods used by each brow stylist may vary based on your hair type, the procedure for brow lamination is generally the same and takes roughly 30-40 minutes. Below is a detailed process for getting your brows laminated.


There is nothing better in our opinion than having a brow artist shape and trim your brows. We recommend letting your brow hair grow for a few weeks prior to the appointment so that the tiny baby and stray hairs can be removed by our brow expert with a thread or tweezers to create the ideal brow shape.

Lifting cream

In order to separate and make the hair more pliable to move and shape, a lifting cream is applied to and combed through the brow area. This will sit on your brows for a few minutes while being held in place by plastic wrap.


The brows are treated with this chemical solution to hold them into their new, voluminous shape. This neutraliser will remain on your brows for a period of time once applied.

Nourishing Oil

Having used chemical treatment throughout the laminating procedure on your brows, the treatment is finished with a nourishing oil to restore some moisture and gloss to your freshly shaped brows.


We find it common amongst our customers that they enjoy getting their brows coloured after brow lamination, even though it's not a regular procedure. Generally they overpluck their brows because of a few lighter or grey hairs.

Brow Lamination Aftercare

Although brow lamination and aftercare are rather simple, there are aftercare steps to keep in mind after your treatment to reap the best results for your eyebrow hair.

No Sweating or Water

Avoid water for 24 hours after brow lamination treatment. That entails forgoing the shower and facial cleansing. Refrain from engaging in any hot or sweaty activities. In order for the process to be effective, you must give the chemicals time to settle on your brow hair.

Avoid Rubbing

Leaving your brow area alone for 24 hours following the laminating procedure is quite self-explanatory. Just let them do their thing and refrain from touching your face.

No Brow makeup

You can definitely apply cosmetics on your face, but stay away from any brow products. This will avoid the need to cleanse your face and the entire rubbing issue. For myself, I simply don't wear makeup for the entire 24 hours to position myself for success.

Brush your brows!

Resume your "normal" routine of taking a shower and putting on makeup after the 24-hour mark has passed. Just remember that you need to keep your brows groomed. They don't just stay up for 8 weeks; you have to brush them to keep the fluff. Get a few CLEAN spoolies and keep them with you all day to use to brush your hair when you wake up.

Cost of brow lamination

Replace bad brow days with dream brows with our Brow lamination treatment  for only £40.00. Book your brow lamination appointment online TODAY!

If you're looking for an alternative beauty treatment to brow lamination, check out our HD Brows treatment ideal for greater definition to brows. Our brow technicians are ready and waiting!


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