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Brow Lamination FAQs—All Your Questions Answered

Woman wearing winter clothing with perfect eyebrows.
Written by Nancy

Getting really tired of your unruly eyebrow hair? If you’ve decided that you want to get eyebrow lamination done, it’s important to research the topic and treatment before jumping into it.

We’re sure you have questions. Luckily, we have all the answers!

What Is The Difference Between A Brow Lamination And A Brow Tint?

Brow lamination is aims to tame unruly, messy, and kinky brows by applying a chemical solution—like a perm for your eyebrows. After a brow lamination treatment, the eyebrows appear smoother, straighter, and more lifted.

On the other hand, eyebrow tinting is meant for people with lighter eyebrows to give them a fuller appearance—more like a dye that lasts for a long time.

A brow lamination client at the Brow & Lash Boutique in Nassau County

Does Brow Lamination Damage Your Natural Hair?

During the brow lamination process, experts use gentle chemicals on the brow hair as well as the skin around it. The materials and chemicals used are far more gentle and safer than perms and other hair straightening procedures.

However, to make sure that nothing is left to chance, certain protocols still need to be followed by the experts administering the treatments, and as long as those procedures are taken care of, there is going to be no damage.

How Long Do Brow Lamination Results Typically Last?

This largely depends on your eyebrows’ natural growth cycle and hair type, but generally, brow lamination procedures can last anywhere from three to eight weeks at an average. Many experts believe that people with relatively thinner hair will notice longer-lasting results because of their hair’s quality and texture.

Convinced that eyebrow lamination is what you need and can’t wait to get it done and rock your snatched brows? We get you! If you’re looking for a salon to get brow lamination in Long Island at, you won’t go wrong with Brow & Lash Boutique. Feel free to contact their team for more information regarding the process.

About the author


I’m Nancy and no, I didn’t always look like I do in that picture on the right. My foray into health and fitness began as a brace-faced, 16 year-old who was too afraid to wear a two-piece at the beach because I felt my body paled in comparison to my much more toned friends.

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