Brow lamination, also known as eyebrow perming, is a treatment that involves correcting the brow shape by setting the hairs in place. This treatment realigns your brow hairs into your desired position, making them much easier to manipulate. It can also help to achieve instantly fuller looking eyebrows using your existing hair. Whether you want to correct the shape, lift the hairs, or both of these options, here are the 6 steps of the brow lamination treatment.
Consultation: Achieving those brow goals
Relaxing the hair: Breaking down the hair structure to make it straighter and easier to manipulate.
Setting the shape: Brush them into your desired position before applying a treatment lotion that sets the brows in place.
Bespoke Brow Tinting: Customise the tint that is bespoke to the client
Mapping the brow: Creating a new shape to match. Mapping out the shape and create it with bespoke hair removal techniques, which may include a combination of waxing and tweezing.
Finishing: Adding hair strokes for the perfect finish!
- Brow Lamination: History and Benefits
- Relevant Anatomy & Physiology
- Equipment/Products needed
- Common Skin Complaints & Identification
- Health & Safety, Hygiene, Marketing
- Contraindications and Contra-actions
- Pre and post treatment recommendations
- Brow Lamination Treatment procedure
- How to brow map
- How to complete case studies
- Benefits of service
- Choosing tint
- Face shapes
- Brow Shapes
- Creating effects
Course duration: 1 Day
Cost £195 – no kit – can be purchased at extra cost.
Pre-course work, training, exam, 2 case studies prior to receiving certificate.