I think we all know how obsessed I am with all things beauty, so any latest trend that I see I want to try it straight away and there isn’t much I haven’t heard of or tried.
On that note, let’s talk Brow Lamination.
Like I did, you’re probably thinking “brow what now”?
Brow lamination, also referred to as brow sculpt or brow lift, is basically a perm for your eyebrows.
Designed to give the illusion of fuller, thicker, more defined brows – think soap brows but better – I jumped at the chance to try this new treatment.
And let me tell you I am now I’m OBSESSED.
Having had my eyebrows microbladed a couple of years ago, my brows have been quite structured which I like but I do miss the illusion of the fluffy natural brow so I was keen to see whether lamination would work for me.
So how does it work?
As I said above, it is essentially perming your brow hairs.
Firstly, a straightening solution is added to the brows which allows the hairs to lie flat making it easier to brush them up into place.
After covering the brows in plastic for a couple of minutes the process is then repeated with a setting solution and brushed up into a fluffy shape.
Following this, a tint is then added to the brows. Although I do have a natural colour to my brows, I normally add brow pomade but thanks to the tint is no longer needed – hurray!
The process itself is super easy and takes me around 45 minutes.
Who is it best for?
Anyone who wants to improve their natural brows. It’s perfect for adding volume and giving the fluffy brows we all dream of. I would say people who have a thinner brow will see more of a result as it really does double the brow, which may feel overwhelming at first but trust me you will grow to love this instant eye lift.
Would I recommend? Is it worth the hype?
In a word, yes. It is worth the £35-£45 price point, because brows really do frame your face and the right brow shape works wonders without the need for a full face of makeup.