BrowSculpt is brow lamination with a bespoke HD Brows twist. Whether you dream of achieving that full, fluffy eyebrow look, want to create symmetry in uneven brows or tame unruly hairs, our BrowSculpt brow lamination treatment is for you. This corrective treatment helps you to achieve your desired position for up to 6 weeks.
Brow lamination is a two-step eyebrow perming treatment that involves correcting the brow shape by setting the hairs in place using a chemical solution. In the first step, a cream is applied that breaks down bonds in the eyebrow hairs so they can be manipulated into a new position. In the second step, another cream is applied to rebuild these bonds and set the brows in their new uniform position.
If you have unruly, flat or downward growing hairs, eyebrow lamination can change the direction of growth to create a more uniform look with a higher arch and a more desirable brow shape. Brow lamination lasts 4 to 6 weeks generally, with proper care allowing the brow treatment to last as long as 8 weeks.
If this new on-trend & in-demand technique isn't enough, eyebrow lamination forms just part of our full BrowSculpt treatment (see the full BrowSculpt treatment process). Our corrective eyebrow treatment realigns your brow hairs into your desired position, making them much easier to manipulate. It can also help to achieve instantly fuller looking eyebrows using your existing hair. Whether you want to correct your shape, lift the hairs, or both of these options, here are the benefits of our bespoke take on the brow lamination treatment.
The results using our BrowsSculpt product technology can dramatically enhance the shape of your eyebrows, helping you to achieve your dream brows in as little as one treatment. It’s ideal if you want to change your full brow shape, but did you know that our treatment can be tailored to correct smaller targeted unruly areas? Our stylists are trained to offer brow lamination in specific areas that suit your brow needs, perfect if you just want to add symmetry.
From an extreme brushed up look to a subtle lift (and everything in between), your brows will appear fuller in an instant using your existing brow hair, making it a great microblading alternative. In order to achieve this lift, brow lamination relaxes and reforms the hairs, which also makes them easier to manipulate in to your desired position - another bonus if you have unruly hairs! Your morning beauty routine just got a whole lot quicker.
Meet HD Brows BrowSculpt
Want to see the transformative results of brow lamination? Whether you’re after full and fluffy brows or want to correct symmetry, here’s a look at what you could achieve with an HD BrowSculpt treatment.
How long does brow lamination last?
The results of a brow lamination treatment usually last up to six weeks. To ensure longevity from your treatment results, avoid getting them wet for 24 hours and contact with direct sunlight, sunbeds, saunas, steam rooms and swimming pools for the next 48 hours. Using a conditioning eyebrow serum every day will also help to maintain results. Read our full brow lamination aftercare guide for more info.
How much does brow lamination cost?
The RRP of an HD BrowSculpt treatment is £45, but always be sure to check with your Stylist for their prices.
How long does a brow lamination take?
The brow lamination process can take up to 12 minutes, however, other tinting and hair removal techniques are incorporated into the treatment. When brow lamination is incorporated into the HD Brows treatment, it should take roughly 55 minutes.
HD BrowSculpt Treatment Process
All of our treatments begin with a thorough consultation, so your stylist can establish your brow goals and work to achieve them.
Relaxing the hair
We’ll start the brow lamination process by relaxing the hair: breaking down the hair structure to make it straighter and easier to manipulate.
Setting the shape
Next, we’ll brush them into your desired position before applying a treatment lotion that sets the brows in place, completing the brow lamination process.
Bespoke brow tinting
Your stylist will then tint your brows, using our Brow Dyes to mix a custom colour that that’s totally bespoke to you.
Mapping the brows
Now that your hairs are in their new position, you’ll need a new shape to match. We’ll create it with a combination of waxing, threading, tweezing and feathering.
Those finishing touches make your fresh brows feel even fresher, even if it’s just adding a hair stroke or two.
Take a look at these amazing transformations on real BrowSculpt clients.
Why choose an HD Brows BrowSculpt stylist?
The way we tailor brow lamination isn’t just about brushed up brows; it can also be a fantastic corrective treatment to totally transform the shape of your brows. This is why our stylists tailor the treatment to your brow needs.
Want to create a bold, brushed up look? We can totally do that too. Be sure to let your stylist know what look you want to achieve in your consultation.
We only work with the best, which is why our products have been developed with help from our friends at Nouveau Lashes, the creators of the LVL treatment.
BrowSculpt treatment reviews
Here’s what some real BrowSculpt clients had to say about their treatment results.
“Super obsessed with the new BrowSculpt. My brows are the fullest they’ve ever been.”
“Love my brows after trying BrowSculpt! They look so much fuller and bigger but still have all the shape.”
“The most revolutionary eyebrow treatment since the 7 steps to HD brows. I’m obsessed and cannot wait for my next treatment. The feedback I had from my friends was amazing they thought I had my eyebrows microbladed.”
Not at all - there’s no eyebrow extensions or permanent make up involved in a brow lamination treatment. The treatment uses entirely your own brow hair. It’s the eyebrow repositioning and shape correction that gives a fuller appearance.
Brow lamination is safe if done by a trained professional. Your stylist will ask relevant questions and undertake the relevant patch test policy to ensure that the treatment and products are suitable for you. They will also talk you through the correct aftercare procedures to help you maintain healthy brows.
Although we know that lots of people want to know how to do brow lamination at home, we do not recommend this – read our blog to find out why we advise against using DIY brow lamination kits.
It’s really easy to care for your brows following a lamination treatment. For the first 24 hours, you should treat your brows with care, avoiding getting them wet, steam baths and saunas. After this time, you can treat them normal, simply brushing into place every morning with a spoolie. Read our aftercare guide for more info.
Brow lamination and lash lifts are similar treatments. Lamination uses the same principles as a lash lift or LVL treatment, breaking down the bonds in the eyebrow hairs so they can then be reset in your desired position. However, each treatment is tailored to the different positions that the hairs will be reset – lashes will be curled while brow hairs will be flat against the skin and brushed into your desired shape.
Brow lamination is not a permanent treatment. Results generally last up to 6 weeks, however it all depends on you following the correct aftercare procedures to help maintain those fresh results for as long as possible.
Following a brow lamination treatment, your hairs are not permanently set into the fluffy position; the hairs are simply easier to manipulate into your desired shape. All you need to do is brush through with a Spoolie Brush in the morning to get them back into shape.
We do not recommend brow lamination for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Pregnancy causes a change in hormones that can leave you more prone to reactions after your treatment. Reactions can occur during the brow lamination process or when eyebrow tint is applied, so it's safer to avoid HD BrowSculpt treatments when pregnant or breastfeeding.
You can get brow lamination treatments after microblading; however, you must ensure that the skin is fully healed before getting the treatment. Healing time can vary from person to person. It is also worth remembering that the microblading design may not be the same as the look that is often achieved with brow lamination. For example, if the microblading hair strokes follow the natural brow growth then the lamination would change the direction of those hairs.
It is also worth noting that brow lamination products could cause 'forced fading' meaning the microblading could fade or change colour with repeated lamination treatments.