The brow lamination procedure is a relatively new beauty trend that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It involves applying a polymer, perm solution to the skin of the eyebrow for an extended period of time, which can result in fuller and more defined eyebrows. This post will be discussing everything you need to know about this popular beauty treatment, including benefits and side effects.
Pros and Cons
The pros of the brow lamination procedure are:
fuller, more defined eyebrows
quick and easy treatment, and it lasts for around 8 to 10 weeks
minimal risk of any adverse effects
Tinting can be done at the same time to add a color boost
There are some potential cons to the brow lamination procedure, which include:
redness and swelling
thinning of brow hairs if the procedure is done to often
I think this beauty trend is beneficial because there are so many women who want fuller eyebrows but don't like the look of traditional brow fillers. The lamination procedure is a great alternative because it's less invasive and lasts for a while. However, do your research to understand the process fully!
If you are considering the brow lamination procedure, be sure to talk to your technician about any potential side effects and get a full consultation before starting the procedure.
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