Eyebrow Lamination vs. Microblading?

Eyebrow Lamination vs. Microblading?

What is Eyebrow Lamination?
The eyebrow lamination or lift is an easy way to shape the direction of growth of your eyebrows. The result, your eyebrows look fuller, more well-groomed and “optically lifted”.

Why to choose eyebrow lamination over microblading?
The distinction with brow lamination is that it focuses on the natural eyebrow hairs. With a brow lamination, natural hair flow is disrupted to achieve the desired look. This is typically an ultratexturized, fluffy, airy eyebrow style.

In contrast, other brow treatments like microblading, henna or tinting, focus on giving more definition by adding color. 

Brow lamination is therefore a good alternative because it offers a hair-stroke effect brow without the whole tattooing thing. Brow lamination achieves a similar look because it separates and swells hairs via a chemical process.

More advantages of Eyebrow Lamination:

Thanks to the eyebrow lamination, many styles are possible with the eyebrows. They can be styled as "feathered or fluffy eyebrows". Sleek and perfectly styled in shape. You can easily reposition hairs and touch up thin looks or gaps.

The process can also straighten curly or kinky eyebrow hair so that it no longer needs to be trimmed!

Why is this all called "lamination"?
The eyebrows are brought to a flat position and sealed there.
Finally, a care lotion is applied to the eyebrows so that they look shiny, i.e. laminated, e.g. lacquer finish just on the eyebrows.

How long has the eyebrow trend been around?
Brau lamination started about three years ago in Russia. Since then, the trend has spread across Europe and the USA.

Why VIVA MAIA Eyebrow Lamination?
The VIVA MAIA Eyebrow Lamination is the first set that is certified for use at home. The Eyebrow Lift lasts up to 6 weeks. Thanks to the 100% natural Eyebrow Bar and Nourishing Lotion, the eyebrows are naturally cared for.

The set lasts at least 1 year and does not contain harmful chemicals or plastic.


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