Eyebrow Lamination Is Here To Help You Get Microbladed Brows Without Having To Needle Them.
Eyebrow lamination: It may sound as if your brows will be bound in plastic, but the truth is much better.
The new treatment, which originated in Europe and is about to take India by storm, is similar to a lash lift for your brows. Every hair stands to attention, creating a look that is extremely similar to microblading’s full and feathery effect but without the need for needles or pain. And if brow trends are any indication, it’ll be the must-have treatment in 2021 and beyond.
What is Eyebrow Lamination and how does it work?
The excitement around eyebrow lamination, according to experts at Reign Studio, is well deserved.
“It’s the newest and most exciting procedure to hit the cosmetic business,” they add, “offering a painless solution for asymmetrical brows or hairs that follow a different pattern.”
A brow lamination differs from a brow perm in that it requires using a chemical solution to straighten the brow hairs.
“It’s a specially designed sort of keratin made just for the eyebrows,” claim professionals at Reign Studio. “A perm is a separate solution that is much stronger and harsher on both the brow hairs and the skin.”
How does the Treatment work?
There are two phases to the treatment. A brow lift cream (keratin) is administered initially to soften the hair and allow your technician to “manipulate them into the new direction of hair development,” as described by your technician.
Then, to “reconstitute the hair structure” and set your newly shaped brows in place, apply a “nourishing neutralizing cream.”
What happens during an appointment for Eyebrow Lamination?
The entire procedure takes less than an hour and can be performed in just one visit. This is how it works…
“Clients lie in a comfy reclining bed with their eyes closed to begin the treatment,” explain brow experts at Reign Studio. “After that, we cleanse the brows correctly so that we can precisely examine the natural brow and talk with the client what shape and style they want to attain.”
It’s essential to let your brows grow out for at least three weeks before your visit so the technician can give them the best shape possible.
After that, the brow hairs are combed and molded into the appropriate shape. “The keratin mixture is lathered on the brow and set with cling film once it has been combed,” explains another specialist. “Because everyone’s brow texture is different, the cling wrap setup time differs from brow to brow.”
According to Reign Studio experts, most brows can be groomed in five minutes. “There may be a tiny tingling as the cream is applied, but nothing to be concerned about.”
The neutralizing cream is then applied to the brow and allowed to set for a few minutes.
“After that, a tint and shaping (with wax or thread) are frequently applied to produce the desired color and shape.”
How do the results turn out?
The brows will appear sleek and wet immediately following the treatment, similar to newly microbladed brows.
“This damp appearance lasts for 24 hours before becoming fluffy again when washed. Alternatively, the wet effect can be achieved by using a brow gel or serum.”
The brow hairs will have been combed and set during the lamination so that they all grow in the same direction.
They’ll stay in this posture for up to eight weeks after the appointment, even if they’ve been washed. Whether you wear your brows wet or dry, the end result is thick, natural-looking brows.
Where can I get Eyebrow Lamination in india?
Being a brand new treatment, there aren’t too many technicians trained in eyebrow lamination in India at present. Reign Studio is possibly the first, offering appointments at its flagship studios, located in Delhi & Mumbai (treatment starts at Rs. 5,000). As the treatment gains popularity, we’re sure the service will become more readily available across the country. Visit www.reignstudiosindia.com for free consultation or appointment or directly visit your nearest Reign Studio for your treatment procedure & flaunt those desirable brows and lash look!