Keratin Brow Lamination 

This treatment creates the look of added volume and fullness by combing the brow hairs over sparse areas and often upwards resulting in that Instagram model perfect fluffy eyebrow look.  Consider it a Brazillian blow out for your brows!


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Who is an Ideal Lacquer Brow Lamination Candidate?

  • Anyone looking to improve the overall look of their brow.

  • Clients with Sparse Brows

  • Clients who are growing out their brows

  • Men and Women

  • Clients not ready to commit to Permanent Makeup

  • Clients with unruly, coarse brows

  • Clients with stubborn natural hair growth patterns

Whether you desire a full and fluffy look or a sleek tame brow, you can achieve it in a matter of minutes, YES MINUTES with Lacquer Brow Lamination.

Contraindications for Brow Lamination 

  • Psoriasis/Eczema

  • Recent Eye Surgery

  • Alopecia  

  • Recent Permanent Make up (must be healed by 6 weeks)

  • Sunburn

  • Ultra-Sensitive Skin

  • Blood Thinners

  • Pink Eye

  • Scar Tissue in the treatment area.

  • Pregnant/Breast Feeding

  • Brow Growth Serums

  • Retinol,  Accuatne, AHA, BHA etc

  • Curly Brow



How long does Brow Lamination Last?

Lacquer Brow Lamination results will vary from client to client but in most cases last upwards to 8 weeks.

Once the brow hairs have completed their growth cycle, clients can repeat the procedure again.

We recommend waiting 8-12 weeks in between lamination appointments.  


When can you use Makeup After Brow Lamination?

You  can have a permanent makeup procedure no sooner than 2 week post brow lamination.  If you  just had permanent makeup, you must wait a minimum of 4-6 weeks to have their brow lamination procedure.

Brow Lamination Patch Test

A patch test is always recommended 24-48 hours prior to the first treatment and should be recorded on the client consultation sheet.


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We do not recommend using brow lamination if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. There are a number of reasons including elevated sensitivity caused by hormones produced during pregnancy and after/during breastfeeding.


Elevated sensitivity can trigger reactions and also inconsistent results. It would be best to avoid performing this procedure on pregnant or nursing moms, ideally waiting for a minimum of 3 months (12 weeks) post breastfeeding.

Due to the fact that there are many brow growth serums on the market with many versions of formulations and ingredients, we are unable to offer specific conclusive advice regarding mixing brow growth serums and brow perm/lamination products.


Each individual is encouraged to consult professional advice (dermatologist) to assess the condition of their skin and undergoing a brow lamination procedure.

If you are on any type of retinol, AHA, BHA, etc or prescription topical for your skin, you should seek advice/clearance from a dermatologist prior to undergoing the procedure.

Brow lamination is not recommended for natural curly brow hair due to the possibility of variances in hair porosity which can lead to uneven processing in some cases.


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