The world of aesthetics has significantly evolved. Now beauty treatments and techniques seek to make these effects and arrangements last longer and longer but are inclined towards the natural. In the case of the face, eyebrow lamination has become very popular, and here you will see why and what its advantages are.
What is eyebrow lamination?
Eyebrow lamination, also called “brow lamination,” is an aesthetic treatment applied to the eyebrows. For this, safe chemical products are used that are responsible for smoothing the hair and making it smooth and static, giving the appearance of a semi-permanently groomed and groomed brow.
This technique can be done on all eyebrows, but it is ideal for those with unmanageable and messy hair. Sometimes our eyebrows are difficult to comb, and we have to resort to gels to give them a defined shape; Well, the eyebrow laminate achieves this effect for up to more than a month.
At the end of the process, a moisturizing lotion is also applied to keep your eyebrows healthy and natural-looking. This treatment does not cause any pain, and you will be ready in a maximum of 45 minutes.
Eyebrow lamination vs. microblading
First of all, microblading is a makeup technique that consists of reconstructing or filling the eyebrows with semi-permanent pigment. However, it is not the same as other procedures of this type since it is based on the production of hairs with a hyper-realistic effect. These have a natural appearance, so it is almost imperceptible to see that they are not natural hairs.
Microblading cannot be completely ruled out in the face of eyebrow lamination; because the first is ideal for people who lack enough hair in this part of the face, who have it in some parts and not others, or want to populate their eyebrows more. The effect of this technique can last up to 1 year with due care; as time passes, the ink disappears and must be renewed.
For its part, the eyebrow laminate is used more to define and shape the hair; so that it does not fill in or compensate for its absence. So both treatments are intended for different needs.
In another sense, microblading is a process that involves pain; because the pigment must be inserted into the superficial part of the skin using needles as if it were a kind of tattoo. That is why this technique must be performed by a professional. This has made some women put aside this technique and opt for the laminate, as long as they have the conditions.
The advantage of microblading is that you will not have to make up your eyebrows for a long time; You should only wax in certain areas. And the laminate will allow you to enjoy your bushy and well-defined eyebrows for a long time.
How to take care of your eyebrows after lamination?
After performing this procedure, it is essential to be very careful with the eyebrows. For the next 48 hours, the area must remain completely dry, so avoid brushing your eyebrows or doing activities where you sweat a lot, like going to the gym or running.
This is crucial so that the result obtained lasts impeccably for the planned time. Also, then you can moisturize your eyebrows with some facial oil. In this way, you will have beautiful, natural, and defined eyebrows 24 hours a day.