Brow Lamination Doncaster Glen Waverly
Brow lamination is a process of straightening and lifting the brow hair to keep them in a desired shape, which allows the hair to have more flexibility to move them into your desired shape, therefore covering any gaps or stray areas. It’s a perfect treatment for anyone whose hairs are irregular in direction, who has any gaps in between or who wants that groomed, brushed-up look.
Also, those who have an abundance of brow hairs will benefit most from lamination, as it can fix thick hairs in place, with the sort of hold no gel could deliver.
BROW LAMINATION AFTERCARE
Do not use Oil based or strong make-up removers (Elleebana is recommended) for the first 48 hours after a brow lift and tint. They may strip the tint colour that has been performed or may damage the direction of the brow lift.
Avoid touching, stroking, or playing with brow hairs, please try to leave them alon as much as possible.
Avoid wetting the brow hairs within 48 hours.
Do not sleep on your face or on your side where your brows are rubbing against the pillow encouraging the brows into a new direction. If you wear an eye mask to sleep, avoid using this for at least 48 hours post treatment.
Avoid using retinols, AHA’s, Vitamin A, BHA’s, steroid creams or skin thinning treatments after the service for at least 48 hours.
Avoid exfoliation of the skin throughout the brow hairs or around the brow area for 48 hours.
It is important to avoid hot steam from shower, sauna, dishwasher or even heat from oven. Reducing these exposures is recommended wherever possible.
The use of a styling product and nourishing product is recommended and required to re-obtain the position of the hair after a brow lamination, Aftercare doubles as both a nourishing product and a styling product.
Includes Brow lamination to straighten and to keep them in a desired shape & Tinting to match your skin & hair tones.
SEMI PERMANENT MASCARA:
Semi-Permanent Mascara is the latest & innovative mascara treatment that adds all the thickness and uplift one would expect from a good mascara, without having to spend precious morning hours carefully applying it.
The product is a formula that is applied to the lashes, similar to how normal mascara is applied; however, it is then given some time to dry and solidify, giving your eyelashes a boost that will last for weeks. It can be used with a lash lift and tint for even better results.
How Does It Work?
Semi-permanent mascara is a flexible lash coating with a similar effect to that of mascara, but with more power. Treatment can be applied to both lashes, upper and lower, with a tough coating allowing for smudge and waterproof wear that can last between 2-3 weeks. The formula is also hypoallergenic and free of formaldehyde, which means you won’t have to worry about your body having negative reactions to it.
You can even wear semi-permanent mascara on your lash lift. Since it’s only your natural eyelashes that are being curled, you’re free to use any kind of eye makeup you wish. You just wait for 24 hours.
The treatment takes around 30 minutes.
One week later
Lashes are lesser in thickness but appears like they’ve been tempered with mascara recently. In the first couple of days, lashes feels a bit tight and eyes might feel a bit dry, like when you leave mascara on overnight and your lashes go all frail.
Any eye cream can be applied under eyes and on lids to ease the dryness.
You will get sensation pretty quickly and resist the temptation to fiddle with the lashes.
After Care for Semi-permanent Mascara
Leaflet on the treatment and a small pot of removal gel. It is advised to remove the remaining semi-permanent mascara after 2-4 weeks depending on how it looked. One should do this just by massaging it on to the lashes where it was being applied and rinsing it with water.
The semi-permanent mascara coating breaks down when it is exposed to oil hence, it is advised to use merely water-based eye products and avoid oily creams around the eye area.
this smudge-proof and water-proof Semi-Permanent Mascara that lasts up to 4-6 weeks.