Eyebrow lamination consists of several stages, including appropriate preparation of eyebrows for lamination, application of an activator and then keratin, and finally application of conditioning substances. This procedure allows for hair shaping.
The first stage of the procedure is appropriate preparation of the eyebrows, i.e. their degreasing and removal of impurities. Special products are used for this purpose. In the next stage, an activator, thioglycolic acid, is applied on the eyebrows; it opens the hair cuticle. As a result, the hair becomes more “flexible”, i.e. susceptible to shaping. This is achieved by breaking the chemical bonds in the hair. The activator is applied to the eyebrows with a special brush and then the eyebrows are protected with a transparent foil, at which time the activator starts to work.
In the next stage of the lamination procedure, nutrients are applied to the brows to moisturise, nourish and strengthen the eyebrow hairs. They include silk, jojoba oil, vitamins A and E, soya and wheat proteins. Thanks to the use of an activator, the nutritional compounds penetrate deep into the hair. The effect of this stage of eyebrow lamination is strengthening of the eyebrows, their thickening, restoration of their elasticity and shine.
The last stage of the eyebrow laminating procedure is the application of keratin. Eyebrow keratin therapy makes the nourishing effect last longer. In addition, keratin helps to rebuild the structure of the hair and fix it in the desired position.
The entire eyebrow lamination procedure takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes. It is performed by a cosmetologist. Although kits for home eyebrow lamination are available, this solution has several disadvantages. First of all, incompetently performed home lamination can lead to hair destruction, as well as skin irritation. In addition, independent performance of eyebrow lamination causes the risk of an unsatisfactory aesthetic effect. Eyebrow architecture is a true art!