brow lamination

Brow Lamination in Dallas, TX

Gone are the days when ultra-thin, barely-there brows were all the rage – now, it’s all about a fabulously full, defined look. But if you weren’t born with the brows of your dreams, that doesn’t mean you have to settle for filling them in with pencil or powder every day. 

For a flawless, super-smooth look that gives your natural brows a major upgrade, the latest beauty trend in high demand is brow lamination. In less than an hour, and with absolutely no dye or needles, brow lamination can be your secret weapon against overplucking, sparse areas, or thinning or unruly brows. 

At Lisa OM Studio, our brow artists are the ultimate experts in creating your perfect brows. Brow lamination in Dallas will make your brows go from bland to beautiful, giving you an amazing alternative to microblading, brow tinting, and other methods. Contact Us for any more questions about Brow Lamination and how to get the perfect brows.

Frequently Asked Questions

The idea of perming your brows may sound strange, but that’s essentially what brow lamination is. But instead of the long-lasting waves that result from a hair perm, brow lamination gently smooths and lifts your brow hairs for a smooth, naturally perfect look that lasts several weeks.

Using brow lamination, your brow artist can create the illusion of full, flawlessly-shaped eyebrows. Gaps, sparse areas, and wild hairs can all be tamed and guided into a more attractive style.

The secrets to brow lamination are the professionally-formulated products and precise steps involved in the process, which can only be performed by a trained brow artist:

  • First, your brow artist will apply a lifting cream to your brows to gently break down the natural bonds and allow them to be more easily shaped.

  • After brushing your brows into their perfect, newly-lifted shape, the artist will use a neutralizer to set the bonds for a long-lasting result.

  • Then, special nourishing oil is applied to replenish the area. Any final tinting, tweezing, or waxing is completed, and your perfect brows are ready to show off! 

Even though brow lamination is a fairly new procedure, it rocketed to sky-high popularity almost immediately after it debuted in the U.S. Thanks to celebrities, supermodels, and social media beauty influencers, laminated brows have quickly become the latest must-have beauty treatment.

But there are other reasons that brow lamination is in such high demand. The simple, painless procedure comes with plenty of long-lasting benefits, including:

  • Depending on your desired style, brow lamination can be customized to suit your ideal look. Your brow artist can create a sleek, structured arch, a longer brow tail, or even the trendy “fluffy” brow – it’s completely up to you.

  • Brow lamination is the only procedure that lets you completely transform your brows without using needles or semi-permanent dyes. For anyone that wants to skip more invasive procedures and stick with something simple, laminated brows can be an excellent solution.

  • There’s virtually no end to the brow issues that can be solved by brow lamination, making it a very versatile method. Whether you’re dealing with gaps, overplucking, out-of-control hairs, or thinning brows, brow lamination can be a game-changer. 

Your new brows will last up to six weeks, giving you nearly two full months of zero-maintenance brows. Depending on your preferences, you can schedule regular follow-up appointments, or opt to move to a more permanent brow procedure such as microblading when you’re ready.

Keep in mind that your brow area will need to be properly cared for after the lamination process, so you’ll need to avoid harsh chemicals that could irritate the sensitive skin. Instead, stick with a moisturizing routine that combines cream and oil to keep both the skin and brow hair healthy.

Even though brow lamination doesn’t involve needles or hair dye, going to an inexperienced or low-quality Dallas brow bar can put both you and your beautiful brows at risk. The formulation used for laminating brows shouldn’t come into contact with your eyes and must be applied very carefully by a highly-trained expert. And of course, the last thing you want is to invest in brow lamination only to be stuck with badly-shaped brows for several weeks!

Our Dallas brow artists at Lisa OM Studio have earned a reputation for being the area’s number-one trusted team for the latest brow and beauty procedures. With extensive training and skill, each of our brow artists has perfected the art of creating flawless brows that suit you. There’s no better place to go for brow lamination than our beauty studio and brow bar in Dallas.

If you’re ready to have the selfie-ready brows you’ve always wanted, schedule an appointment at Lisa OM Studio today!

To get the best results from your brow lamination, you will want to ensure that you do not use any retinol or prescription acne treatments for a minimum of 48 hours prior to your lamination. Products like these can make the skin more sensitive and can cause irritation when doing the procedure. We want you clean skinned with no products that may hinder your results or give you an irritated and red appearance.

We also want you to show up for your appointment without makeup, as this saves time and makes the procedure easier. Always make sure you have cleansed your skin and patted dry before having your brow lamination for the best skin presentation.

Yes, there are several do-it-yourself brow lamination kits that are sold, however we don’t recommend them or anyone to try this at home. Laminated brows should be done by professionals that have experience and the education to do the procedure properly. Having it done in your home, by someone not experienced, with a DIY kit can mean that you risk damaging your brows and possibly your health. While having ruined brows is one thing, risking procedures so close to the eye is a health risk we don’t want you to take.

Brow lamination is a chemical treatment to shape and straighten the brow hair while microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo option that mimics natural hair. Brow lamination lasts 4-6 weeks on average while microblading lasts 1-3 years depending on your skin and your commitment to aftercare. Brow laminations are good for a less permanent solution or if you want to try out the treatment and see how it looks on you. Both will require going to a trusted professional with years of experience and both are wonderful ways to augment your look while achieving a great result.

Clients that are best served by the brow lamination procedure are those with unruly brows are some of the best transformations. Clients should have natural brows and may have any type of hair or face shape for the most attractive results. People with sparse brow hair or those with overplucked brows are not the best candidates for this procedure. Brow lamination is a great way to see your results without having a long-term attachment and is perfect for those that want to get short-term solutions to their brow needs.

To know if you’re a good candidate, talk with a professional about what your goals are.

There are some reasons why you may not want to get laminated brows. Some of these reasons include if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, if you’ve had recent eye surgery or if you have wounds or pimples/pustules around your brow areas, if you have eye irritation or pink eye, and if you have skin irritations like psoriasis or eczema around the eye and brow region. 

Those with sensitive skin or those with sunburned skin that is on the face should wait until it resolves. Those on blood thinners should be off of them for at least 48 hours prior to the procedure. This includes omega supplements and fish oil supplements. Talk with your brow specialists about your concerns and health conditions.

Brow Lamination and Tinting are treatments used to create fuller, thicker eyebrows. Brow lamination involves using a special solution to shape, tame and straighten the brow hairs in order to give them a uniformed look. Tinting involves applying a semi-permanent dye or pigment to the brows in order to darken them. Brow lamination and tinting can last up to 6 weeks depending on the individual’s skin type and lifestyle.

The actual lamination or tinting process typically takes about 15-30 minutes. During the treatment, the technician will apply a solution to the eyebrows that will shape, tame, and straighten the hairs.

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