If you’re looking for longer-lasting results to keep your brow hairs in place, you may consider an eyebrow lamination procedure.
There are a number of brow area treatments that aim to help create a fuller appearance. Let's see which are these and what are the main differences between these eyebrow treatments and Keratin Brow Lamination.
Keratin vs. Perm Brow Lamination
Unlike a brow perm, brow lamination involves straightening the brow hairs using a chemical solution. It's a specially formulated type of keratin, made for the eyebrows only. A perm is a different solution that is a lot stronger and harsh on brow hairs, as well as the skin.
Brow Lamination or Microblading?
With Brow Lamination treatment every hair stands to attention, giving a result very similar to the full and feathery effect of microblading, but without any needling or pain. Unlike microblading, which involves basically tattooing fuller brows onto your face, brow lamination is a non-invasive process.
If you have a higher pain tolerance and want more permanent color results, you may consider permanent makeup tattooing. The color may still fade after several years, and there may be a greater risk for side effects due to the tattoo needles penetrating deeper layers of skin.