What is a Brow Lamination?

Eyebrow lamination focuses on creating shiny, smooth brows. Also sometimes called an “eyebrow perm,” the high-shine effects tend to be sought after by those who may be experiencing thinning or unruly brows. Unlike microblading, needles and colouring are not involved.

As a semi-permanent procedure, eyebrow lamination may also be a good treatment option if you want to keep your brows styled a certain way but are tired of using eyebrow gel every day.

Does it hurt?

Eyebrow Lamination is a painless non-invasive  treatment.

How long does treatment take to complete?

The treatment generally takes 1 Hour to complete.

What are the treatment benefits?

Eyebrow lamination may help address a variety of concerns including:

  • Thinning hair that may occur with age
  • Gaps in your brows from overplucking or over waxing
  • Taming of unruly hairs that tend to go in different directions despite brushing them
  • A lack of shape or unevenness

Overall, brow lamination helps to make brows look thicker and fuller. Lifting the hairs vertically may also make it look like you are experiencing new growth.

How long will results last?

The effects are only temporary – to maintain your new brows, you will need to repeat the process every couple of months, similar to a traditional perm.

Are there any side-effects?

While brow lamination is non-invasive, there are still some side effects to consider. Risks are mostly related to skin irritation caused by the chemicals. These include:
• Swelling
• Redness
• Peeling
• Itching
• Bumps
These side effects may occur directly beneath and above the eyebrows, but they may also extend to your eyelids.
This procedure is not recommended if you have:
• Sensitive skin
• Rosacea
• Eczema
• History of contact dermatitis
Just as perming the hair on your head can lead to dryness and damage, Brow lamination could potentially damage your eyebrows in the same way. Your chances are greater if you repeat the process too often, or sooner than 6 weeks.
Another more serious risk is eye damage. This may occur if the chemicals run into your eyes during the procedure.
Treatment will only be carried out following a thorough consultation with our Advanced Beauty Therapist who will assess whether this treatment is suitable for you.
This consultation process also allows side effects to be discussed in detail before treatment is commenced.


1 Treatment – £35