Brow Lamination FAQs
The chemical process of breaking the disulphide bonds within the brow hair is damaging to the hair if not performed correctly. This means that the treatment result or condition of the client’s brows is very much in the control of the user of the products. Over processing the time on the brows means the bonds are either not able to be reformed well enough or they break so far that they over process. The inclusion of Elleeplex ReGen Next Gen partnered with our unique lamination formula in the lamination lotion offers moisture, nourishment, and support to the brow hair while the bonds are being broken so soften the hair and provide support.
The ingredients found most likely to cause sensitivities from a lash or brow tint are not the same ingredients as found in a lamination product so performing a brow lamination is safe as long as it is not followed with a brow tint. For all clients that express sensitivities in previous services it is best to review if they have had an ingredient allergy test performed by a dermatologist or allergist. There maybe more than one ingredient that they are sensitive to and of course performing a patch test is mandatory.
You could offer Elleeplex aftercare as a conditioning and nourishing lotion for your client’s brows that they can apply daily to help with not only with nourishment but also with styling will help to support the brows and offer much needed nourishment to repair and regrow into healthy brows again.
There are a few things to consider: Firstly, you must check product expiry date and if the product has been properly stored. Secondly, check the ethnicity of your client’s background, perhaps the strength or genetic structure of the hair means they require a longer processing time. Thirdly, consistent placement of the lotion and appropriate amount of stretch applied to the brow hairs.
It is possible that some clients have a stronger follicular direction on one brow. If tis is the case, you might need to notate this on the client card and compensate for this when they come in by processing the stronger brow for longer.
Using another brand of brow tint other than Elleeplex Profusion lash and Brow tints combined with the Elleeplex oxidant can result in a brow lamination dropping.
Absolutely – it is recommended however, to avoid brow make-up for a few days after the brow lamination service has been completed. If you have tinted their brows there is not much more required as they will not be washing or rinsing for the first 24 – 48 hours and their brows will look fabulous. It is okay to use Elleebana Precision Brow Series pencils only for a minor touch up after the service to fill in any small imperfections. After that initial period, using a brow make-up product such as Elleebana Precision Brow Series has a fine tip and a lovely waxy finish for creating both a shadowed blended finish or a defined wispy top line to compliment the laminated look.
A client can have a brow lamination as soon as they would like to, we generally say a lamination should last up to 6 – 8 weeks or more on clients – however, the brow growth cycle must be taken into account and often brows will take longer to regrow than your lash clients will. If you notice your client has a lot of baby brow growth coming through you may wish to point this out to them and recommend they re-book their next lamination for sooner than 6 weeks – perhaps 4 weeks might suit. Other clients might experience an extremely slow brow regrowth process and only need a lamination every 8 – 10 weeks. Performing a brow tint will require a top up service together with a new shape sooner so combining tint, with Elleeplex Re-GEN Next Gen with your 4 week tint and tidy is a hydration boost to the hairs to keep them looking lovely for longer.