Our Lashes & Brows Treatments
**Masterclass Trained by the incredible insta famous Claudia Odey @CO BROW COUTURE. Featured in VOGUE magazine**
Why eyebrow lamination is taking over Instagram…
Have you noticed how Instagram is literally full of slicked up, high shine brow pictures? That is more or less Eyebrow Lamination.
Gaps? Thinning? Overplucked? Unruly brows? This innovative technique is for you.
In short, Brow Lamination takes the brow hair and smoothes it out whilst also lifting the hair to a more upright position with the end result gibing you super smooth brows that look like they have brow gel on them (only they don’t) I woke up like this! It’s basically a perm for your brows, as it gives them a set, uniform shape for an extended period of time. Instead of curls, a setting lotion helps brow hair stay brushed up and lifted upward for about six weeks.
The actual process starts off by painting a lifting cream onto the brow, which “creates a chemical process that breaks down bonds in each hair, allowing them to be moved into a new shape. Next, the brow hairs are brushed up into place and a neutralizer is applied to reform the bonds into their new shape, a nourishing oil is added to the brows to replenish their moisture after the chemical treatment process.
From there, the brows may be tweezed, waxed, or tinted, depending on the look you’re going for! Voila!
- Eyebrow Lamination including shape and tint £40
*Please note: all new clients will require a patch test at least 48 hours prior to Brow Lamination. Your comfort and safety is a prime consideration for us – always.
A patch test for tinting, lash lift and brow procedures is required 24 – 48 hours prior to treatment if a first time appointment, if it has been longer than 6 months since your last treatment or if your medical circumstances have changed.
Contraindications for lash and brow treatments
- Scar tissue (6 months minor operation, 2 years major operation)
- Undiagnosed Lumps/Bumps
- Cuts, abrasions, skin lesions in the area
- Hypersensitive skin
- Psoriasis in the area
- Blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelid).
- Watery eye
- Viral or bacterial infections
- Reaction to a patch test for tinting/lifting/lamination
- Eczema in the brow or lash hairs
- Recent chemical treatments in this area (less than one week)
- Recent operation in the treatment area