What are some risks or after effects of Brow Lamination?
While brow lamination is not invasive compared to brow surgery, tattooing, or other related procedures, there are still some side effects to know before booking your appointment. Such risks are mostly related to skin irritation caused by the chemicals. These include:
The side effects may occur directly beneath and above the eyebrows, but they may also extend to your eyelids.
This procedure may not be recommended if you have:
- sensitive skin
- a history of contact dermatitis
Just as perming the hair on your head can lead to dryness and damage, brow lamination could potentially damage your eyebrows in the same way. Your chances are greater if you repeat the process too often, or sooner than 6 weeks.