Read This Before Attempting At-Home Brow Lamination

at-home eyebrow lamination philippines

Tired of filling in and styling your eyebrows whenever you need to get dolled up? An at-home brow lamination may be just what you need.

If you’re not ready for something like eyebrow microblading, this semi long-term treatment — which you can definitely do yourself at the comfort of your home — is one to look into.

But first, what is it actually?

What is brow lamination?

at-home eyebrow lamination

The treatment, which comes from Russia, is said to be a bit like a keratin treatment or perm for your brows. A chemical is applied to your brows that helps it become easy to reshape.

You may want to have your eyebrows groomed a few days before getting them laminated though, because this treatment doesn’t actually remove stray hairs.

It doesn’t have downtime and the effect lasts for up to four weeks.

How much does brow lamination cost in the Philippines?

The price varies and will depend heavily on where you’re getting it done. But it ranges from P1,800 to P5,800.

How to do at-home brow lamination

The price of having laminated brows can be steep, but paying a professional to do it offers security and peace of mind. But if you feel like you can wing it, here’s a quick guide on how to do it at home.

There’s a growing number of brow lamination kits offered on e-commerce apps here and, to be fair, they have quite a good number of positive reviews too.

But always make sure to do a patch test before you fully apply anything on your skin or hair.

Here are some options with pretty good user reviews.

ibcccndc Lash Eyebrow Lift Kit Brow Perming Set Brow Lamination
ibcccndc Lash Eyebrow Lift Kit Brow Perming Set Brow Lamination

Lakerain Semi-Permanent Eyebrow Lift Kit Lamination
Lakerain Semi-Permanent Eyebrow Lift Kit Lamination

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Iconsign Eyebrow Lamination Kit
Iconsign Eyebrow Lamination Kit

The kits will come with instructions for application. But the steps are typically as follows: clean the brow area; apply a ‘skin protection’ cream; apply the laminating cream; brush up and shape to your liking; remove the product.

However, if you’re not too convinced to try the treatment at home, using brow soap is a good option too. You still need to apply it when you do your makeup, but it’s a good way to also perfect the shape to make when you finally take the plunge and get your brows laminated.

Here are some options for that.

Sace Lady Brow Styling Gel
Sace Lady Brow Styling Gel

O.Two.O Tinted Brow Soap
O.Two.O Tinted Brow Soap

Hope this quick and easy guide to at-home eyebrow lamination has helped you! Let me know how it works for you.

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