Eyebrow lamination



Brow lamination is almost like a perm for your eyebrows; also well-known as lash lift. The treatment is often paired with a brow tint for a bolder enhanced look. They are designed to give you fluffy, fuller and bolder looking brows. We offer full consultation with an eyebrow mapping.

How long do laminated brows last?

Generally, brow lamination lasts from four to six weeks. Depending on how well you look after your brows, it can last up to eight weeks.

It takes about 30-45 minutes or longer if waxing,tinting and consultation is added.

  • Wet or rub your eyebrows
  • Do not apply any cream, oil around the eyebrow area
  • Do not apply any makeup
  • Do not sweat, use a saunas, steamy hot shower.
  • Do not get a facial
  • Apply nourishing serum




  • Pregnant or breastfeeding – Not recommended for pregnant women as a safety precaution

  • Using any Vitamin A or Hydrocortisone products (Retinol / E45) – Do not use for 3 days either side of the treatment.

  • Psoriasis/Eczema – Not suitable for treatment if in the treatment area

  • Alopecia -Not suitable for treatment

  • Moles in the treatment area – Not suitable for treatment.

  • Recent Permanent Make up (Bermanent make-up, Microblading, Tattoo, etc Must wait 4-6 weeks after 2nd procedure.

  • Sunburn on or around the brow area - Not suitable for treatment

  • Ultra-Sensitive Skin - Not suitable for treatment

  • Recent Anti-Wrinkle Injections or Fillers – not suitable for treatment.

  • Medications: Blood thinning, antibiotics (Must wait 2 weeks)

  • Brow Growth Serums

  • Eyelift – Must wait 4 to 6 months after the operation and a letter from GP stating you are suitable for treatment must be obtained

  • No self-tanning products should be used on the face for one week prior to treatment.

  • Cuts/abrasions/inflammation/swelling in or around the brow area

  • Herpes simplex/eye infections/ folliculitis – Not suitable for treatment whilst infected

  • Roaccutane (within the last 12 months)

  • Excessive Allergies – Not suitable for treatment

  • Recent scar tissue – Not suitable for treatment

  • Trichotillomania – Not suitable for treatment

  • Blepharitis – Not suitable for treatment

  • Haemophillia – Not suitable for treatment

  • Cancer – The brows need some extra TLC and babying during chemo and the recovery period, which varies from client to client. It’s important not to put any extra stress on you brows. It’s best to refrain from treatment during chemotherapy, and several months after the your last treatment, as the brows are still susceptible to the effects of the drugs. Ideally, you’ll want to wait until the natural brows are less fragile. A letter from your Oncologist stating they are happy for you to receive treatment should be obtained.

Brow Lamination

Brow Lamination


Brow Lamination/wax


Brow Lamination/wax/tint


Brow Lami/Tint