Please read the follow instructions for pre & Post Brow Lamination

Contraindications

A contraindication is a condition or factor that serves as a reason to withhold a certain medical treatment due to the harm that it would cause the client. 

Contraindications for Brow Lamination include but are not limited to and cannot be undertaken on anyone with:

    • Herpes simplex/eye infections/ folliculitis – Not suitable for treatment whilst infected
    • Psoriasis/Eczema – Not suitable for treatment if in the treatment area
    • Conjunctivitis – Not suitable for treatment whilst infected
    • Very sensitive skin – Not suitable for treatment.
    • Moles in the treatment area – Not suitable for treatment.
    • Contact lenses – Must be removed before treatment
    • Trichotillomania – Not suitable for treatment
    • Alopecia -Not suitable for treatment
    • Blepharitis – Not suitable for treatment
    • Sunburn – Not suitable for treatment.
    • Haemophillia – Not suitable for treatment.
    • Recent Anti Wrinkle Injections or Fillers – Not suitable for treatment.
    • Medication (blood thinning / retinoid acne treatment) – Not suitable for treatment.
    • Using any Vitamin A or Hydrocortisone products (Retinol / E45) — Not suitable for treatment or if using vitamin A products within your facial regime don’t use for 3 days either side of the treatment.
    • Pregnant or breastfeeding – Not recommended for pregnant women as a safety precaution.
    • Recent Lasik Surgery – Must wait 6 weeks after the 2nd procedure.
    • Recent Permanent Make up – Must wait 4/6 weeks after 2nd procedure.
    • Eyelift – Must wait 4 to 6 MONTHS after the operation and a letter from GP stating you are suitable for treatment must be obtained.
    • Cancer – The brows need some extra TLC and babying during chemo and the recovery period, which varies from client to client. It’s important not to put any extra stress on you brows. It’s best to refrain from treatment during chemotherapy, and several months after the your last treatment, as the brows are still susceptible to the effects of the drugs. Ideally, you’ll want to wait until the natural brows are less fragile. A letter from your Oncologist stating they are happy for you to receive treatment should be obtained.
    • If you have cuts, abrasions, inflammation or swelling in the treatment area or who have experienced a positive reaction to the patch test then you are not suitable for treatment.

Pre Brow Lamination

Prior to treatment you are required to receive a patch test. A patch test must be carried out at least 24-48 hours prior to treatment date.

The result from the test will be either positive or negative.

A positive result will be recognised by irritation, swelling or inflammation of the skin. If this occurs, please inform your technician and you must not proceed with the treatment.

A negative result produces no skin reaction and you can proceed with the treatment.

Please ensure you arrive to your appointment makeup free and if you wear contact lenses they have been removed (remember to bring your glasses).

Brows cannot get wet for at least 24-48hrs post treatment, nor can makeup be worn. So ensure you don’t have any events immediately following your treatment.

AfterCare

This aftercare advice is given to ensure you fully understands what should and should not be done 24-28 hours post treatment for longevity of the brow lamination treatment results

  • Do not apply make-up or receive any other eye treatments for at least 24 hours after your treatment.
  • Avoid swimming/sauna for 24 hours
  • Keep brows dry for 24 hours
  • Use a brow conditioner daily, this is to be combed through with a mascara wand in the direction of the hair growth.
  • Avoid the temptation to over touch the brow area after treatment. Touching can add oils to the area (from fingers/hands) and could clog the open pores, resulting in spots
  • Do not allow prolonged exposure to direct sunlight or heat; the use of sunbeds, saunas, steam rooms and swimming pools
  • Tweezing in between appointments is to be avoided to maintain the best long term-shape
  • Do not apply Retinol, AHA or exfoliate around the brow area for three days either side of the treatment
  • No self-tanning products should be used on the face for 48 hours either side of treatment
  • Tinting results will be darker and more defined immediately after your treatment and oil-based makeup remover can cause the tint to fade faster.