by Loreta Jasilionyte, CEO of Flawless Lashes by Loreta
Maintaining the health and beauty of your brows following eyebrow lamination requires proper aftercare to maximise the longevity of your results. If you opt to have a lash professional perform the procedure, they will likely give you detailed aftercare instructions. However, if you opt to treat yourself at home, it's important to take safety measures and follow the guidelines below.
Here, we'll discuss the proper and improper ways to care for your brows after brow lamination, as well as the products you should and should not use. You can keep your brows looking great after your lamination treatment has worn off by following these guidelines.
Brow lamination is a modern alternative to microblading that has recently emerged in the brow industry. Anyone with stray or unruly brow hairs, sparse brows, or who desires a groomed, brushed-up appearance or just-combed effect may benefit from brow lamination, a process that restructures the hairs to keep them in the desired shape. It's the equivalent of getting your eyebrows keratin treated. Make brows tinted and nourished with our Flawless Keratin Tint.
It can help tame unruly or sparse eyebrows, creating a sleek and polished look. The procedure typically lasts for a few weeks, depending on the individual's hair growth cycle and aftercare.
While the brow lamination can provide impressive results, it's essential to maintain proper aftercare to ensure that the brow shape and texture stay intact for as long as possible. Proper aftercare involves avoiding certain activities and using gentle products to protect the brow area.
Here are tips for brow lamination aftercare that will help extend the lifespan of treatment and keep brows looking fabulous:
By following these tips, you can help ensure that your brow lamination treatment lasts as long as possible and that your brows look healthy and beautiful.
It's essential to maintain proper aftercare to ensure that the brow shape stays intact. Proper aftercare can help prevent the brows from becoming misshapen, losing their fullness or texture.
Choosing the right aftercare product for your brow lamination can be overwhelming, especially with so many different options available on the market. It's important to choose a product that is gentle and nourishing for your brows, as well as one that is specifically formulated for aftercare following a brow lamination treatment.
Flawless Brow Sculpt by Flawless Lashes by Loreta is a gel that holds and sculpts brows without making them hard. It's quick to apply and easy to remove with water. Use it for fuller brows and to maintain untreated or laminated brows.
The Flawless Eyebrow Wax Pen is a one-of-a-kind product that is used to shape brows. Because of the shape of the nozzle on the pen, it is much simpler to apply wax in a location that is as close as possible to the brow line. Eyebrow wax pen that comes highly recommended by brow artists who perform brow lamination. Because our wax does require heating, it will reduce the sensitivity of the skin.
No. It's best to avoid putting oil on your brows immediately after lamination as it can cause the lamination to break down and make your brows lose their shape. It's recommended to wait at least 24 to 48 hours after lamination before applying any oil-based products to your brows.
It's best to wait at least 24 hours after eyebrow lamination before showering or exposing your brows to steam or excessive moisture. This will give the lamination enough time to set properly and help ensure the best results.
It's recommended to avoid sleeping on your freshly laminated brows for the first 24-48 hours after the treatment. This will help the lamination to set properly and prevent any bending or misshaping of the brow hairs.
Yes, you can wash your face 1 day after brow lamination, but you should avoid rubbing or scrubbing the brow area too vigorously. Use a gentle cleanser and pat your skin dry with a clean towel. It's also important to avoid using any harsh exfoliants or skincare products that may irritate the treated area.