Brow Lamination

What Is a Brow Lamination?

Brow lamination is a treatment that straightens and lifts your eyebrow hairs using a chemical solution. The process allows the hairs to have more flexibility when moving them into your desired shape. This allows for the covering of any gaps or stray areas leaving you with fuller looking brows that stay in place. The treatment increases the width of your brows to help them look fuller. They can be brushed straight upwards or positions into a more natural looking shape.


What Happens During The Treatment?

Consultation; we will need to perform a patch test a minimum of 48 hours prior to treatment. During the patch test we can take this opportunity to discuss the process in full and what you hope to achieve from the treatment process.


Step by step: After your brows are thoroughly cleaned, they will be temporarily glued into place. A solution will the be applied to straighten the brow hairs, a second solution will be applied to fix them into place. If you would like to change the colour of your brows a tint will also be applied. If you have opted for a brow re-shape package, then waxing/ tweezing will be applied. Finally, they will receive a coat of conditioning lotion.


*Please note that brow tinting is not suitable for people under the age of 16


How Long Does The Treatment Last?

Usually around 6 weeks, but the treatment can last longer depending on your natural lash cycle. Please note that tint colouring can fade quicker if subjected to excess sunlight and can be lightened by some skincare products.


Am I Suitable For Treatment?

The treatment cannot be performed on clients who:

  • Have a positive reaction to a patch test for to any of the products applied  

  • Chemotherapy (current cancer treatment)

  • Skin Disease, skin trauma, cuts, abrasions, burns and swelling in the immediate area

  • Sunburn

  • Skin disorders in the general eye area such as dermatitis or psoriasis

  • Eye infections such as conjunctivitis

  • Recent operations around eyes, head or face in immediate areas

  • Hypersensitive skin/eyes

  • Recent tattoo, micro blading or feather touch brow design work (ensure all work is healed before proceeding and has been cleared for treatment by the technician)

  • Wrinkle relaxing injections and dermal fillers (please see aftercare advice from your administering practitioner)

  • Previous reactions to Dye/wax treatments either on the skin, hair/scalp or face

  • Some anti-acne medications such as Roaccuataine, doxycycline and epiduogel or their derivative

  • Some anti-aging creams or medications such as Vitamin A, Retinols and Efudex or other anti aging medications

  • Alopecia

  • Pregnant or breast feeding

  • Coeliac Disease/Gluten Intolerance

  • Trichotillomania

  • Steroid or cortisone creams as these can see thinning of the skin, pigment changes, irritation or peeling of the skin and increase the risk of developing skin infections

  • Have received or will receive the Covid-19 vaccination within a 4-week period (patch testing will need to be redone prior to treatment)

  • Currently/Post chemotherapy treatment.



  • Avoid getting the brows wet for 24 hours, so its advisable to shower before your appointment.

  • Avoid saunas, swimming pools, steam ironing, kettle steam and oven heat for 48hrs.

  • Do not touch your brows for the first 48 hours other than to brush them into place if needed. If you had had a waxing treatment avoid touching the area unless you have washed your hands and do not apply any skin care containing Retinol, AHA’s, BHA’s Salicylic acid, Glycolic acid or steroid creams to the area for at least 48-72 hours.

  • Use a conditioning treatment such as Castor oil to help keep your brows conditioned (do not start applying until 48 hours after treatment).

  • Avoid direct sunlight, sunbathing and sunbed for 48 hours post treatment.

  • Please use an SPF to protect the skin after 24 hours when outside.