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What is Lashes Lifting?

A lash lift is a cosmetic procedure which is performed on natural lashes to enhance their appearance. Through the treatment, our special Lashes Lifting formulas are applied to the lashes, which help to lift the eyelashes from the base of the hair. The result is lashes which look longer and more voluminous, without the need for eyelash curlers, mascara or eyelash extensions!

A brow lift, also known as a brow lamination, is similar to lash lifting in the sense that it helps to reposition and fix hairs in position for a number of weeks. The aim of a brow lift is to give eyebrows a fuller, more defined look. Brow Lifting offers a low-maintenance, non-invasive, and non-permanent solution to fuller and defined looking eyebrows.

A lash lift is a cosmetic procedure which is performed on natural lashes to enhance their appearance. Through the treatment, our special Lashes Lifting formulas are applied to the lashes, which help to lift the eyelashes from the base of the hair. The result is lashes which look longer and more voluminous, without the need for eyelash curlers, mascara or eyelash extensions!



A brow lift, also known as a brow lamination, is similar to lash lifting in the sense that it helps to reposition and fix hairs in position for a number of weeks. The aim of a brow lift is to give eyebrows a fuller, more defined look. Brow Lifting offers a low-maintenance, non-invasive, and non-permanent solution to fuller and defined looking eyebrows.

A lash lift is a cosmetic procedure which is performed on natural lashes to enhance their appearance. Through the treatment, our special Lashes Lifting formulas are applied to the lashes, which help to lift the eyelashes from the base of the hair. The result is lashes which look longer and more voluminous, without the need for eyelash curlers, mascara or eyelash extensions!


A brow lift, also known as a brow lamination, is similar to lash lifting in the sense that it helps to reposition and fix hairs in position for a number of weeks. The aim of a brow lift is to give eyebrows a fuller, more defined look. Brow Lifting offers a low-maintenance, non-invasive, and non-permanent solution to fuller and defined looking eyebrows.

3 Steps to Lifting Success


The 3 steps to lash and brow lifting success are covered in detail in one of our PhiAcademy educations. Completing an education is the only way to become a PhiAcademy Lash Lifting or Brow Lifting Artist. To check out which courses are available near you, take a look here.

Which steps are there?

Here is a brief overview. To jump straight to more detailed information about each one, just click on the image of the step’s sachet.

LIFT

STEP 1: The Lifting Cream gives natural lashes an extraordinary curl by lifting the hairs from the root. This creates a voluminous effect.

LIFT

NEUTRALISE

MOISTURISE

STEP 1: The Lifting Cream gives natural lashes an extraordinary curl by lifting the hairs from the root. This creates a voluminous effect.

STEP 2: The Neutralising Lotion secures the lifting effect achieved in Step 1, whilst creating a protective layer over the lashes.

STEP 3: The Moisturising Serum is applied to gently release the lashes from the silicone shield, and leaves lashes feeling soft and looking healthy.

NEUTRALISE

STEP 2: The Neutralising Lotion secures the lifting effect achieved in Step 1, whilst creating a protective layer over the lashes.

MOISTURISE

STEP 3: The Moisturising Serum is applied to gently release the lashes from the silicone shield, and leaves lashes feeling soft and looking healthy.

Want all 3 at once?


If you know that you want to buy the steps already, then you can choose our Lashes Lifting Set. It comes with all 3 sachets needed for treatments.


Each Lashes Lifting Set contains: 

  • 10x Lashes Lifting Cream Sachets 1,5ml 
  • 10x Lashes Lifting Neutralising Lotion Sachets 1,5ml 
  • 10x Lashes Lifting Moisturising Serum Sachets 1,5ml 


Each (1) sachet is sufficient for approximately 3-4 treatments.


Buy the Set

Which essentials do you need to perform

this treatment to the highest quality?

Here are some key Lashes Lifting product essentials that we recommend you have before you get started with treatment. This is to make sure that you are prepared for every step and can create a great treatment experience for your client.

Which essentials do you need to perform this treatment to the highest quality?

Here are some key Lashes Lifting product essentials that we recommend you have before you get started with treatment. This is to make sure that you are prepared for every step and can create a great treatment experience for your client.

Pre-treatment

PhiPatch Test 10/1

The PhiPatch Test is a great option to conduct tests for skin reactions, to ensure clients do not have a negative reaction to products used in the salon. It is essential to avoid any product irritation for clients.


With Lashes Lifting treatments, it is incredibly important to test for contact allergies relating to thioglycolate (an ingredient in the Lifting Cream), as allergic reactions to this can be serious.


Please note, that the PhiPatch Test will not produce valid results for clients taking imunosuppressive medications or cortisone/prednisolone.

Pre-treatment

PhiPatch Test 10/1

The PhiPatch Test is a great option to conduct tests for skin reactions, to ensure clients do not have a negative reaction to products used in the salon. It is essential to avoid any product irritation for clients.


With Lashes Lifting treatments, it is incredibly important to test for contact allergies relating to thioglycolate (an ingredient in the Lifting Cream), as allergic reactions to this can be serious.


Please note, that the PhiPatch Test will not produce valid results for clients taking imunosuppressive medications or cortisone/prednisolone.

Set Up the Lashes

Discover detailed information about each product in this drop-down menu.

  • PhiFoam is the perfect way to prepare the lashes and skin around the treatment area to ensure that they are clean and oil free.
  • The PhiLashes Tape is a great option to lift the upper eyelid and get great access to the innermost lashes near the tearduct, which may be harder to reach.
  • The Lashes Lifting Bonder secures the eyelashes onto the silicone shields for treatment, so that they are in an optimal position to apply product.
  • Made out of high-quality stainless steel, the Lashes Lifting Tool is integral to position the eyelashes on the silicone shields in combination with the bonder.
  • The Y-Brush Tool is used to comb the lashes to ensuring that they are properly spread out and separated along the silicone shields for even coverage and optimal results.
  • Silicone Shields are important to act as a barrier between the various lotions, creams and serums used within the treatment and the delicate skin of the eyelid.
    • The Lashes Lifting Silicone Shields come in three different sizes S, M, L. These are developed for varying natural lash lengths, but also to achieve different treatment results.

    • The Small Silicone Shields are ideal for clients with shorter natural lashes, as well as those wanting a more dramatic lash lift.

    • The Large Silicone Shields are crafted for clients with naturally longer lashes, or those wanting to achieve a more subtle lift of their eyelashes.

During treatment

Dappen Dish

This allows for measurement of the sachet contents, easier application and top hygiene standards with sterilization between each use.


PhiLashes Micro Applicator

Perfect for the delicate movements and product amounts needed, this ultra-precise microapplicator is ideal for applying the lifting products.

Dappen Dish

This allows for measurement of the sachet contents, easier application and top hygiene standards with sterilization between each use.

PhiLashes Micro Applicator

Perfect for the delicate movements and product amounts needed, this ultra-precise microapplicator is ideal for applying the lifting products.

Preparation!


This would be the time to take the before picture of the pre-lifted lashes. Ensure optimal alignment and lighting before asking the client to open their eyes. Ensure this position can be replicated if you would like to create before/after photos.

Top Tip!

Ask clients to come to their appointment with makeup-free eyes. When removing mascara it can leave eyes irritated and sometimes red. To keep clients as comfortable as possible and for the best possible ‘Before’ pictures, skip unnecessary friction around the eye area.

EYELASH ANALYSIS

Eyelash analysis is very important, and is a cruical step in Lashes Lifting treatments. In the PhiAcademy Lashes Lifting education course, you will learn in detail the differentiation between lighter and darker natural lashes, finer and thicker lashes, and eyelashes of people from different ethnicities. 

There are differences between different eyelash formations of different ethnicities which is important to learn about to ensure every client can have the most optimal and beautiful lifted lashes!

Analyzing the natural color and thickness of eyebrow hair before performing an eyebrow lamination will influence the development time of each step needed. Again, this is covered in detail in the PhiAcademy education.

It is important to make sure that the lashes and the surrounding skin are free from any impurities and oils. This is to ensure the optimal effect of the lifting products on the lashes. Apply PhiFoam to the treatment area and use a brush (check the PhiLashes Cleansing Brush) in order to reach the areas in between eyelashes thoroughly. Remove excess product with a cleansing wipe.  

For eyebrow laminations, apply PhiFoam to the eyebrow and surrounding area. Using the cleansing brush is effective to massage the foam into this area.

EYELASH ANALYSIS

Eyelash analysis is very important, and is a cruical step in Lashes Lifting treatments. In the PhiAcademy Lashes Lifting education course, you will learn in detail the differentiation between lighter and darker natural lashes, finer and thicker lashes, and eyelashes of people from different ethnicities. 

There are differences between different eyelash formations of different ethnicities which is important to learn about to ensure every client can have the most optimal and beautiful lifted lashes!

Analyzing the natural color and thickness of eyebrow hair before performing an eyebrow lamination will influence the development time of each step needed. Again, this is covered in detail in the PhiAcademy education.

It is important to make sure that the lashes and the surrounding skin are free from any impurities and oils. This is to ensure the optimal effect of the lifting products on the lashes. Apply PhiFoam to the treatment area and use a brush (check the PhiLashes Cleansing Brush) in order to reach the areas in between eyelashes thoroughly. Remove excess product with a cleansing wipe.  

For eyebrow laminations, apply PhiFoam to the eyebrow and surrounding area. Using the cleansing brush is effective to massage the foam into this area.

EYELASH ANALYSIS

Eyelash analysis is very important, and is a cruical step in Lashes Lifting treatments. In the PhiAcademy Lashes Lifting education course, you will learn in detail the differentiation between lighter and darker natural lashes, finer and thicker lashes, and eyelashes of people from different ethnicities. 

There are differences between different eyelash formations of different ethnicities which is important to learn about to ensure every client can have the most optimal and beautiful lifted lashes!

Analyzing the natural color and thickness of eyebrow hair before performing an eyebrow lamination will influence the development time of each step needed. Again, this is covered in detail in the PhiAcademy education.

It is important to make sure that the lashes and the surrounding skin are free from any impurities and oils. This is to ensure the optimal effect of the lifting products on the lashes. Apply PhiFoam to the treatment area and use a brush (check the PhiLashes Cleansing Brush) in order to reach the areas in between eyelashes thoroughly. Remove excess product with a cleansing wipe.  

For eyebrow laminations, apply PhiFoam to the eyebrow and surrounding area. Using the cleansing brush is effective to massage the foam into this area.

Top Tip!

If clients have strong lash growth in the inner eye near the tear duct, it is advised to use tape to elevate the upper lid. This elevates the lash line for easier access to smaller lashes.

Top Tip!

If clients have strong lash growth in the inner eye near the tear duct, it is advised to use tape to elevate the upper lid. This elevates the lash line for easier access to smaller lashes.

Choose the Silicone Shield that best fits the lash length of the client and their desired outcome of the lash lift. It is important to discuss this with the client before beginning treatment.

Using the Lashes Lifting Bonder, apply to the back of the silicone shield. This is how the shield will stay in place on the client’s upper eyelid. Next, apply the Lashes Lifting Bonder to the eyelashes and fold them back onto the Silicone Shield. To ensure thorough application and the correct angle and separation, use the Lashes Lifting stainless steel tool to lift and position the lashes.

Choose the Silicone Shield that best fits the lash length of the client and their desired outcome of the lash lift. It is important to discuss this with the client before beginning treatment.

Using the Lashes Lifting Bonder, apply to the back of the silicone shield. This is how the shield will stay in place on the client’s upper eyelid. Next, apply the Lashes Lifting Bonder to the eyelashes and fold them back onto the Silicone Shield. To ensure thorough application and the correct angle and separation, use the Lashes Lifting stainless steel tool to lift and position the lashes.

To ensure that lashes are spread evenly and there is no unnecessary overlap, use the wide brush section of the Y-Brush Tool. The Y-Brush is a great tool to use in order to ensure that the lashes are evenly distributed to get a uniform and balanced lifting effect from the treatment.

To ensure that lashes are spread evenly and there is no unnecessary overlap, use the wide brush section of the Y-Brush Tool. The Y-Brush is a great tool to use in order to ensure that the lashes are evenly distributed to get a uniform and balanced lifting effect from the treatment.

Let's get started!

STEP 1

Step 1 is where the Lifting Cream is applied.

A top tip is to pierce the sachet to ensure no wastage of product. Transfer the correct amount of product into the Dappen Dish. This prevents cross contamination of the remaining product for future treatments.

Please refer closely to the Lashes Lifting Manual on how to apply the Lifting Cream on the lower third to half of the lashes only. This is very important as the upper half of the lashes will be too delicate to withstand exposure to the perming ingredients.

The PhiLashes Micro Applicators are small enough to apply the cream in a precise and controlled manner.

Please pay close attention to the developing time of the Lifting Cream. This will be covered in detail during your Lashes Lifting PhiAcademy education. The time needed for the Lifting Cream to develop is highly dependent on the natural color of the lashes, the thickness of the lashes, and the health of the lashes when a client comes in. In addition, different ethnicities can have different lash growth patterns, so it is important to bear this in mind to optimally achieve the desired lash results.

After the developing time has passed, remove the product with a clean cotton swab avoiding the tips of the lashes.

When performing brow lamination treatments, please refer closely to the times recommended during the PhiAcademy Lifting education. A brow lamination involves applying the product directly to the skin, with no Silicone Shield acting as a barrier. This means that less developing time is needed than by eyelash lifting treatments due to the contact with the body temperature of the skin being around 36-37°C.

STEP 1

Step 1 is where the Lifting Cream is applied.

A top tip is to pierce the sachet to ensure no wastage of product. Transfer the correct amount of product into the Dappen Dish. This prevents cross contamination of the remaining product for future treatments.

Please refer closely to the Lashes Lifting Manual on how to apply the Lifting Cream on the lower third to half of the lashes only. This is very important as the upper half of the lashes will be too delicate to withstand exposure to the perming ingredients.

The PhiLashes Micro Applicators are small enough to apply the cream in a precise and controlled manner.

Please pay close attention to the developing time of the Lifting Cream. This will be covered in detail during your Lashes Lifting PhiAcademy education. The time needed for the Lifting Cream to develop is highly dependent on the natural color of the lashes, the thickness of the lashes, and the health of the lashes when a client comes in. In addition, different ethnicities can have different lash growth patterns, so it is important to bear this in mind to optimally achieve the desired lash results.

After the developing time has passed, remove the product with a clean cotton swab avoiding the tips of the lashes.

When performing brow lamination treatments, please refer closely to the times recommended during the PhiAcademy Lifting education. A brow lamination involves applying the product directly to the skin, with no Silicone Shield acting as a barrier. This means that less developing time is needed than by eyelash lifting treatments due to the contact with the body temperature of the skin being around 36-37°C.

STEP 2

Step 2 is where the Neutralising Lotion is applied.

This step fixes the lifted lashes in place after the Lifting Cream has been applied.

Similarly to the Lifting Cream, careful attention should be paid to the application and developing time of the Neutralising Lotion. It is important to apply the neutralising solution to the lower third to half of the lashes only. The upper half of the lashes are too delicate and can be damaged if the product is applied to them.

Use the PhiLashes Micro Applicators to apply a thin layer in a precise and controlled way. Please note, that the Neutralising Lotion has a liquid like consistency, so take care when dosing into a sterilized Dappen Dish before this step.

Do not use a Dappen Dish with Lifting Cream residue from Step 1.

It is important to pay close attention to the developing time of the Neutralising Lotion. This will be dependent on the natural color of the eyelashes, the coarseness of lashes and the health of the lashes. Analysis of eyelash health is covered in depth in the Lashes Lifting PhiAcademy Education and is cruical to the success and safety of the client’s treatment.

After the developing time, remove the Neutralising Lotion with a clean cotton swab, avoiding the upper section of the lashes.

STEP 2

Step 2 is where the Neutralising Lotion is applied.

This step fixes the lifted lashes in place after the Lifting Cream has been applied.

Similarly to the Lifting Cream, careful attention should be paid to the application and developing time of the Neutralising Lotion. It is important to apply the neutralising solution to the lower third to half of the lashes only. The upper half of the lashes are too delicate and can be damaged if the product is applied to them.

Use the PhiLashes Micro Applicators to apply a thin layer in a precise and controlled way. Please note, that the Neutralising Lotion has a liquid like consistency, so take care when dosing into a sterilized Dappen Dish before this step.

Do not use a Dappen Dish with Lifting Cream residue from Step 1.

It is important to pay close attention to the developing time of the Neutralising Lotion. This will be dependent on the natural color of the eyelashes, the coarseness of lashes and the health of the lashes. Analysis of eyelash health is covered in depth in the Lashes Lifting PhiAcademy Education and is cruical to the success and safety of the client’s treatment.

After the developing time, remove the Neutralising Lotion with a clean cotton swab, avoiding the upper section of the lashes.

STEP 2

Step 2 is where the Neutralising Lotion is applied.

This step fixes the lifted lashes in place after the Lifting Cream has been applied.

Similarly to the Lifting Cream, careful attention should be paid to the application and developing time of the Neutralising Lotion. It is important to apply the neutralising solution to the lower third to half of the lashes only. The upper half of the lashes are too delicate and can be damaged if the product is applied to them.

Use the PhiLashes Micro Applicators to apply a thin layer in a precise and controlled way. Please note, that the Neutralising Lotion has a liquid like consistency, so take care when dosing into a sterilized Dappen Dish before this step.

Do not use a Dappen Dish with Lifting Cream residue from Step 1.

It is important to pay close attention to the developing time of the Neutralising Lotion. This will be dependent on the natural color of the eyelashes, the coarseness of lashes and the health of the lashes. Analysis of eyelash health is covered in depth in the Lashes Lifting PhiAcademy Education and is cruical to the success and safety of the client’s treatment.

After the developing time, remove the Neutralising Lotion with a clean cotton swab, avoiding the upper section of the lashes.

STEP 3

Please note, that there can be an additional step added at this point to color/tint the eyelashes.


Step 3 is where the Moisturising Serum is applied.

This step is to condition the eyelash hairs and nourish the lash line. This is to reduce the chance of irritation post treatment. This step also loosens the lashes from the silicone shield, preventing lashes from sticking together.

Using a micro applicator, apply a small amount of Moisturising Serum under the silicone shield to release it from the upper eyelid of the client.

Using a clean cotton bud, remove the serum from the lashes.


Gently remove the eyepads holding down the lower lashes.

Comb through the eyelashes thoroughly with a mascara brush.

Now you are ready to take your ‘after’ photo!

STEP 3

Please note, that there can be an additional step added at this point to color/tint the eyelashes.


Step 3 is where the Moisturising Serum is applied.

This step is to condition the eyelash hairs and nourish the lash line. This is to reduce the chance of irritation post treatment. This step also loosens the lashes from the silicone shield, preventing lashes from sticking together.

Using a micro applicator, apply a small amount of Moisturising Serum under the silicone shield to release it from the upper eyelid of the client.

Using a clean cotton bud, remove the serum from the lashes.


Gently remove the eyepads holding down the lower lashes.

Comb through the eyelashes thoroughly with a mascara brush.

Now you are ready to take your ‘after’ photo!

Top Tip!

Make sure all lighting is prepared and the positioning of the camera is optimal and aligned before asking a client to open their eyes for their ‘After’ results photo! If a client has to stare into the light for a prolonged period, the chances of tears forming are high - so avoid this and keep the client comfortable and eyes looking fresh!

Top Tip!

Make sure all lighting is prepared and the positioning of the camera is optimal and aligned before asking a client to open their eyes for their ‘After’ results photo! If a client has to stare into the light for a prolonged period, the chances of tears forming are high - so avoid this and keep the client comfortable and eyes looking fresh!

Gently remove the eyepads holding down the lower lashes.

Comb through the eyelashes thoroughly with a mascara brush.

Now you are ready to take your ‘after’ photo!

Top Tip!

Make sure all lighting is prepared and the positioning of the camera is optimal and aligned before asking a client to open their eyes for their ‘After’ results photo! If a client has to stare into the light for a prolonged period, the chances of tears forming are high - so avoid this and keep the client comfortable and eyes looking fresh!

Top tips to give clients to care for Lifted Lashes


1. Keeping the lashes dry is essential after a lash lift. This allows the lifting solution to set properly and maintain the lifted and curled appearance of your lashes. Avoid any activities that could cause moisture to come into contact with your lashes for the first 24 hours. 

2. Avoid using mascara for the first 24 to 48 hours, as it can interfere with the lift and curl of the lashes. If clients want to resume using mascara, they should choose a water-based formula and avoid waterproof options, as these ingredients can also affect the perm. 

3. Be gentle with the lashes. Avoid rubbing or touching them excessively, as this can weaken or damage the lifted lashes. 

4. Handle lashes with care after a lash lift by gently brushing them daily with a clean spoolie brush to maintain the lift and keep them nicely separated. 

5. By avoiding sleeping on the stomach, the lifted shape of the lashes can be preserved and prevented from getting flattened or bent during sleep. By sleeping on the back or side, lashes are less likely to be accidentally damaged or distorted. 

6. To protect the results of the lash lift, it's best to avoid hot steamy showers or saunas, as the heat and moisture can affect the lift and curl of the lashes. 

7. Avoid using oil-based products around the eyes, as they can break down the lash lift solution. This includes oil-based makeup removers and moisturizers. Opt for oil-free products instead. 

8. Avoid eyelash curlers! The purpose of a lash lift is to give lashes a natural curl, so using an eyelash curler can disrupt the lifted shape and damage the lashes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a lash lift?

A lash lift is a semi-permanent treatment that curls and lifts the natural eyelashes. There are many names for a lash lift, including lash lamination, lash perm and permanent lash curling. 

Essentially, a lash lift aims to enhance the appearance of the natural eyelashes by creating a more ‘open’ and lifted look. This gives the lashes more volume, and the illusion of being longer in length.

How do I become a lash lifting / brow lifting Artist?

Lashes Lifting training is a special course at PhiAcademy. It incorporates the lifting of lashes, and in upper levels of the course brow lamination is covered and taught. 

All course participants have the opportunity to acquire basic knowledge about the application of the Lashes Lifting products in order to lift and curl eyelashes, as well as the anatomy of the eye region and different structures of eyelash hairs. 

The PhiAcademy Lashes Lifting course does not require previous experience in the beauty industry. All participants in the Lashes Lifting course learn how to professionally curl and lift lashes.

What steps are involved in a lash lift?

The main steps involved in a lash lift are: 

  • Skin reaction testing 
  • Eyelash analysis 
  • Eyelash preparation 
  • Lifting 
  • Neutralizing 
  • (Optional) Tinting 
  • Moisturizing

What should I do if a client may be allergic to the products used during treatment?

It is very important to perform an skin reaction test prior to a lash lifting treatment, as contact allergies to thioglycolate (an ingredient in the Lifting Cream), can be serious.

Check out the PhiPatch 10/1 for a stress-free way to ensure the safety of clients.

How does a lash lift differ from eyelash extensions?

Lash lifting differs from eyelash extensions. Lash lifting works with the natural lashes and aims to enhance the volume and perceived length of the lashes by lifting them from the root, and creating a curl. 

Eyelash extensions involve applying individual synthetic lashes to the natural lashes to add length and volume.

What can cause an uneven lash lift result?

There are many, many factors that influence the result of a lash lift. It is very important to learn about the different treatment influences during your PhiAcademy education. This is covered in detail.

Why does a lash lift fail (lashes don’t curl)?

There are many factors which can prevent lashes from curling - both during and treatment and externally. These are covered during the various levels of the PhiAcademy Lashes Lifting Education.

Is lash lifting suitable for everyone?

It is recommended that people who are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid a lash lift, as the hormones are likely to negatively impact the effectiveness of the different steps of the lifting treatment. 

In addition, those with eye conditions or sensitivities should be thoroughly assessed for suitability.

Are there any side effects or risks associated with getting a lash lift?

Lash Lifting procedures conducted by a professional are considered safe. However, it is incredibly important to test for skin reactions before treatment (try the PhiPatch). Occasionally, there can be some mild redness or irritation around the treatment area. If this happens, a cool compress can be applied to the skin to soothe it.

Can eye makeup still be worn after a lash lift?

Yes, after 48 hours it is possible to wear makeup. However, it is important to avoid oil-based products and be especially gentle when removing makeup from the lashes.

How long do the results of lash lifting typically last?

The results can vary depending on the eyelash growth cycle of the individual client. Generally, eyelash lifts can last anywhere between 6 and 9 weeks.

How often can clients get eyelash lifts?

Once the lifted effect of the eyelashes have grown out, a client can return and have a new treatment performed. Again, this depends completely on the individual eyelash growth cycle of the individual client.

What is a brow lift?

A brow lift, also known as brow lamination, is a relatively new beauty treatment that involves reshaping and setting the eyebrows to create a fuller and more defined look. It is a non-invasive procedure that can give the appearance of fuller, thicker, and more structured eyebrows.

What steps are involved in a brow lift/ brow lamination procedure?

The main steps involved in a brow lift are: 

  • Skin reaction testing 
  • Eyebrow hair analysis 
  • Eyebrow preparation 
  • Lifting 
  • Neutralizing 
  • (Optional) Tinting 
  • Moisturizing

How does brow lamination differ from microblading or eyebrow tinting?

Brow lamination is different from microblading and eyebrow tinting. Microblading is a semi-permanent tattooing technique that creates hair-like strokes to fill in sparse areas of the eyebrows. Eyebrow tinting involves coloring the eyebrows to make them appear darker and more defined. 

Brow lamination focuses on reshaping and setting the existing brow hairs for a fuller and more groomed appearance. It is possible to incorporate tinting into the eyebrow lamination procedure, after removing the neutralizing solution and before the moisturizing serum is applied. Therefore tinting and lamination of the brows can be combined in one treatment sitting.

How long does brow lamination last?

The results of brow lamination typically last around 4 to 6 weeks. However, the exact duration can vary depending on individual hair growth and maintenance. Regular brushing and avoiding excessive moisture or harsh products on the eyebrows can help prolong the effects.

How often can clients safely receive brow lifting treatments?

Once the effect of the brow lamination has grown out, a client can return and have a new brow lamination treatment performed. Again, this depends completely on the individual hair growth cycle of the individual client.