I got my eyebrows laminated over the Thanksgiving weekend and essentially it’s like a lift/perm for your brows so instead of the hair pointing down, it goes up, giving you that fluffy/full eyebrow look and opening up your eyes and I've seriously never been the same!
According to experts, brow lamination "takes your unruly or thinning brow hair and smoothes it out while also lifting the hair in a more vertical direction.”
It’s also a great alternative to microblading. It hides small gaps and gives the illusion of major hair growth.
So how do they do it?
A setting lotion is applied to brow hair and they’re brushed up and lifted upward which should last for about six weeks. First, a lifting cream is painted onto the brow, which "creates a chemical process that breaks down bonds in each hair, allowing them to be moved into a new shape,” experts explain. Next, the brow hairs are brushed up into place and a neutralizer is applied to "reform the bonds into their new shape.” Then a nourishing oil is added to the brows to replenish their moisture after the chemical treatment process.
Take a look at my before and after photos above and sound off on social @TanyaRad to share what other beauty tips and tricks you’re loving right now.