After Care Advise
Do not get your eyebrows wet within the first 24 hours. This includes but is not limited to excessive moisture and steam from saunas and baths.
Do not apply makeup or receive any other eye treatment within the first 24 hours.
Avoid touching or rubbing your eyebrows.
Use a brow conditioner daily.
Avoid sleeping on your front within the first 24-48 hours.
Do not allow prolonged sun exposure for 48 hours.
Apply cool compress if stinging or swelling occurs and contact your technician.
Do not apply Retin-A, AHAs or exfoliate the eyebrow area for 72 hours.
Do not apply self tanner products to the face for 48 hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Eyebrow Lamination?
Brow lamination is a treatment that enhances your natural brows by smoothing unruly hairs and creating a fuller more uniform look.
How do I prepare for my brow lamination?
First schedule a free consultation and patch test. A 24-48 hour patch test will insure you don't have any adverse reaction to the lamination or tint products.
Avoid exfoliating the brow area one to two weeks before your lamination treatment.
Avoid tweezing, threading or waxing your brows for two weeks before your appointment.
Arrive to your appointment makeup free.
Why can't I get my brows wet after the lamination?
If you get your brows wet to soon after your treatment, your brows may not properly hold their new shape. For the best results be sure to follow all recommended aftercare.
How long will my brow lamination last?
Brow lamination last 4-6 weeks. You should rebook your appointments every six weeks, or as often as recommended by your technician.
Interested in trying Eyebrow Lamination?
Book a free consultation online or text 832-683-1123