Can anyone get brow lamination?
Brow lamination works for most eyebrow shapes and styles, from full to sparse, so is ideal for anyone looking to improve the shape of their brows.
Who should not get brow lamination?
If you have serious acne or sensitive skin, I would check with your derm, and as always, research, research, research before making an appointment. The treatment should last until your brow hairs grow out, which is about six weeks, and Richardson says not to get brow lamination more than once in that period.
Do I need brow lamination?
Eyebrow lamination may help address a variety of concerns you may have with your own brows, including: thinning hair that may occur with age. gaps in your brows from overplucking or overwaxing in the past. unruly hairs that tend to go different directions despite brushing them.
Who is a good candidate for brow lamination?
Anyone with limited eyebrow hair. “Brow lamination simply works with what you have,” says Brittni, “so if you dont have enough hair to be lifted, its not going to do anything.” (Also, learn the secret to creating the perfect brow.)