Brow Lamination & Permanent Makeup
There is something you need to know about the latest beauty trend: Brow Lamination…
The latest trend in the beauty industry that is sweeping the nation is Brow Lamination and is dominating social media platforms such as the popular photo sharing app, Instagram.
The Brow Lamination process essentially involves straightening eyebrow hairs using a chemical solution, so that they all stand in the desired direction.
But did you know that one of the ingredients in most brow lamination products can be detrimental to your Permanent Makeup?
Thioglycolic acid is the ingredient that lifts the hair into place. It penetrates deep into the hair structure, weakens and breaks keratin bonds, letting your brows adapt to the lifted shape.
But Thioglycolic acid also has an exfoliating affect on the skin and is used in professional skin peeling treatments, not what you want to apply when you have Permanent Makeup in the area!
Over time the use of this ingredient over permanent makeup will cause prematurely fading leaving the brows lighter and uneven!
Therefore, we advise against Brow Lamination when you have had Permanent Makeup.