Having Cara Delevingne’s eyebrows is now possible thanks to “brow lamination” … even though our eyebrows are thin. The “brow lamination” makes it possible to densify the hairs by raising them upwards, and to fix them as if glue had been affixed.
Is your good old tweezers obsolete? At a time when eyebrows are at the heart of beauty, the techniques to draw and restructure them multiply. After microbladding or tinted felt and other powders, we must now rely on the “brow lamination” that can be translated by rolling or plasticizing the eyebrows. Behind this concept is a new technique of restructuring that makes it possible to fill and densify the eyebrows so that they appear thicker and voluminous. Originally from Russia, the process straightens the hair upwards and fixes this position. They are tamed and pushes them in the same direction. The hair that protrudes can be cut to homogenize the line. The eyebrow displays a combed “combed-tousled” effect. Still informal in France, the process is emulated abroa.
BROW LAMINATION : DIRECTIONS FOR USE
George Driver explains that upstream of the treatment, the expert determines the curvature of the bow so that it matches that of the face. The eyebrows are cleaned and the bristles brushed up. A “vegan and soft” solution is then applied to make the hair straight and fix their shape. This kind of natural glue freezes all. This follows the installation of a moisturizing serum and that of a natural dye. At each step, the eyebrows are wrapped in a plastic film. The process is completed by placing a nourishing serum. The hair that protrudes can be trimmed to obtain a uniform line.
As a result, the eyebrows thin and grow. The look is enlarged thanks to a dense eyebrow line, worthy of Cara Delevingne’s.
The “brow lamination” adapts to everyone and lasts a little over a month. The journalist who tested the process warns, “brow lamination” can be drying out. It is advisable to apply a drop of castor oil every day to counter this inconvenience.