Brow lamination is perfect for anyone wanting fuller and more styled eyebrows without much upkeep. But how long does the eyebrow lamination last?

Let's explore how long you can expect to see its benefits.

How Long Does Brow Lamination Last

Brow lamination typically lasts between 4 to 6 weeks with the right aftercare even up to 8 weeks. The longevity can vary based on your browh growth cycle and how you take care of them.

Brow tinting, on the other hand, generally lasts around 2 to 6 weeks again based on the quality of products used and proper aftercare.

Typically the growth cycle lasts around 30 days, after which your brows shed and new brows grow ready for a fresh lamination.

a young woman getting brow lamination

Brow Lamination Step-by-Step Procedure

Here's a brief overview of the procedure, broken down into steps:

  • Consultation: Your aesthetician discusses your desired brow shape and assesses your brows to tailor the treatment to your needs.
  • Patch Test: For optimal safety a patch test is performed prior to your appointment to ensure you have no allergic reaction or skin irritation to the products.
  • Cleaning: The brows are gently cleansed to remove any oils or makeup, ensuring the products adhere properly.
  • Application of Lifting Cream: A lifting cream is applied to the brows, softening the hair bonds. This allows the hairs to be repositioned into a new, more desirable shape.
  • Brow Shaping: The softened hairs are brushed into place, aligning them for a uniform, fuller appearance.
  • Neutralizing Solution: To set the new shape, a neutralizing solution is applied, hardening the hair bonds in their new position.
  • Nourishing Serum: A nourishing serum is applied to hydrate and condition the brows, adding a healthy shine.
  • Final Touches: Any excess product is removed, and the brows may be trimmed or tidied up to perfect the look.

The entire procedure is designed to be safe and painless, usually taking about an hour

Brow Lamination Maintenance Tips for Maximizing the Results

Maintaining brow lamination effectively requires a few key aftercare steps:

  • Avoid Water: For the first 24-48 hours, keep your brows dry to allow the lamination to fully set.
  • No Excessive Touching: Minimize touching or rubbing your brows to prevent disturbing their new shape.
  • Use Oil-Free Products: Apply only oil-free skincare and makeup around the brows to prevent breaking down the lamination bond.
  • Condition Your Brows: Apply a nourishing brow conditioner or serum daily to keep the hairs healthy and hydrated.
  • Gentle Cleansing: Cleanse your face and brows gently, avoiding harsh rubbing or scrubbing in the brow area.
  • Avoid Heat: Stay away from high heat sources, like saunas or steam rooms, which can affect the longevity of your lamination.
a young woman is getting her brows nourished

Who is Brow Lamination For?

Great candidates for brow lamination are the individuals meeting the following criteria:

  • Sparse Brows: Individuals with sparse or thin eyebrows may opt for brow lamination to create the appearance of fuller brows by lifting and setting the existing hairs in a uniform direction.
  • Unruly Eyebrows: Those with unruly or stubborn eyebrow hairs that grow in different directions may benefit from brow lamination, giving them a more polished and groomed appearance.
  • Low Maintenance Preference: Individuals who prefer low-maintenance beauty routines may find brow lamination appealing since it reduces the need for daily eyebrow grooming and styling.
  • Desire for Defined Look: Anyone seeking a more defined and structured eyebrow shape without the use of makeup or semi-permanent techniques like microblading may consider brow lamination as an alternative option.

Brow Lamination Longevity: DIY vs Professional Treatment

DIY Brow Lamination: The difference in how long DIY and professional brow laminations last isn't as big as it used to be. Thanks to better at-home kits, a DIY brow lamination can keep your brows looking great for about 3 to 5 weeks.

Professional Brow Lamination: Professionals might still do a slightly better job because they know more about how to apply everything just right. Their experience can make a brow lamination last up to 6 weeks. But, if you're careful and follow the at-home kit's instructions closely, you can get really close to these professional results on your own.

No matter if you go to a salon or do it yourself at home the right aftercare makes sure your brow lamination lasts as long as possible.

Brow Lamination Longevity Feedbacks

Here are the voice of Luxe-Cosmetics' customers who tried brow lamination at home and shared their experience:

"I really liked the easy application and the fast results. My eyebrows are still lifted and its been 5 weeks now." Irem C.

"I do love this product and the lift quality. It lasts several weeks. It’s fairly easy to use, but definitely takes some practice and getting use to. I seem to have a hard time getting the lash pads to stick and actually stay on with the glue. I wish the pads had some sort of adhesive already on the back" Taylor C.

"The first product that really delivers what it promises! After 3 weeks visible effect that the eyebrows are still thick, voluminous and lifted. Mega great !!!." Ina E.

"It definitely works and lasts a very long time." Julia A.


Final Thoughts

Brow lamination is a great way to get fuller brows, with both DIY and professional options available. DIY kits, like the Luxe Eyebrow Lamination Kit, are now closer than ever to salon results, offering a good balance between quality and convenience.

Remember that proper aftercare is crucial for keeping your laminated brows looking great and last as long as possible. 

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Rabbiya Rabeel

Rabbiya Rabeel is a skilled writer with 6+ years of experience specializing in the beauty and related niche, bringing a wealth of expertise to her work. Her content is characterized by a dedication to uncovering real facts, steering clear of myths that often clutter the beauty landscape.