Then, you use the fixing solution to set the broken hair bonds into the shape you glued at the start.
The fixing solution smells similarly chemically, which is comforting to me because I know it’s doing something but it might be unnerving for beginners. While applying it, my brow area started to foam up a bit. I did watch a few brow lamination videos on YouTube beforehand though, and this seemed normal.
I left that on each brow with Glad Wrap for eight minutes as well.
After removing the chemical, the next step is to cleanse them. Here, you can tint them – I used the 1000 Hour Brow and Lash Tint in Dark Brown and followed the instructions on the packet.
Last, I applied the nutritive oil included in the kit. This is important because the chemicals used in the lamination process dry your hairs out.
The surrounding skin went a bit pink during the process, but it didn’t tingle or sting…