Brow Lamination Training Manual

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Is brow lamination for everyone?

Honestly, no. Brow lamination is not the best service for anyone. For people who have thin, weak eyebrows or simply don’t have a lot of eyebrows brow lamination is not a great option for them. As it is a chemical treatment people who have thin, weak eyebrows may experience damage to their brows.

Who is brow lamination good for?

People who have a LOT of eyebrow hair! Clients who are looking to control or tame eyebrow hair that doesn’t stay in place! This is the perfect service for them!

Can I perform a brow lamination AND henna eyebrow tint at the same time?

YES! With the Bee Pampered line of products, you can safely perform a brow lamination AND Henna Brow tint during the same service! Not every henna brow allows this but rest assured our products have been rigorously tested and work safely together! Just be sure to remember a few key details:

Always perform brow lamination first, and henna eyebrow tint second.Processing time for the henna will be MUCH faster. Leave the henna on for only around 5 minutes for the full tint.When doing both services together the henna will not stain the skin beneath the brows.

By completing both services together you can charge a client up to $95 and both services should take no more than 45 minutes to complete.

How long does brow lamination last on clients?

With our lifting lotions, a brow lamination should last 6-8 weeks.

How much time between appointments do clients need?

We recommend 8 weeks between brow lamination services to ensure the brows do not become damaged. Some clients may want it done sooner but we highly recommend not offering it to them as the more often you perform the service the more it will break down and damage the hairs.

How does brow lamination work?

A brow lamination is a 3-step process that first breaks down the protein (keratin) in the eyebrow hair, and then rebuilds them into a desired shape.

Lotion #1 – Breaks down the protein (keratin) in the brows which change the structure and texture of the brows. This allows you to comb the brows into the desired direction and shape.

Lotion #2 – The setting lotion builds the proteins back up and sets the brows into the desired shape.

Lotion #3 – with Bee Pampered we have a third lotion, our nourishing lotion, which gives the hair a boost of healthy hydration which is important to nourish the hair and keep it healthy.

Should I trim the eyebrow hairs after lamination?

This really comes down to your judgment! If there are a few unruly hairs then yes, but don’t go too crazy because when the lamination fades if there is too much trimming the brows will have gaps or holes in the hair.

How much should I charge for brow lamination?

We recommend a minimum charge of $65 for brow lamination which should take you no more than 30 minutes! If you’re doing a brow lamination and henna eyebrow tint together we recommend charging $95 for a service which should take 30-45 minutes!

Can clients undergoing chemotherapy get brow lamination?

Unfortunately, we do not recommend brow lamination for clients undergoing chemotherapy.

Is it safe for pregnancy?

Yes, it is safe but due to hormones the brow lamination may not last as long.

What are the ingredients?

Lifting Lotion: Water,
Ethanolamine, Thioglycolic acid* (9%), 1-Hexadecanol, Polyquaternium-28, Steartrimonium chloride, C12-15 pareth-10, Glycerin, Urea, Glyceryl
monostearate, Perfume, Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid disodium salt

Setting Lotion: Water, Hydrogen peroxide, Cetearyl alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Ceteareth-20, Spearmint oil, Etidronic acid, Sulfuric acid (.2%), Sodium Lauryl Phosphate, Sunflower seed oil, Sodium stannate

Nourishing Lotion: Water, Glycerin, 1,3-butylene glycol, Propanediol, Sunflower oil, Carbomer, Sodium hyaluronate, Dextran, Chamomile oil, Keratin, Chrysanthellum Indicum Extract, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, largonium Graveolens Extract, ipotassium phosphate, Sodium Chloride (1.5%), Triethanolamine (1.1%), Methylparaben (.1%)

PPD-Free Lash Tint: Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Stearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Toluene-2,5-Diamine Sulfate, Bisbolol,
Methylparaben, Resorcinol, Propylparaben

Lifting Glue: Poly Vinyl Alcohol, poly acrylate, hydrogenated castor oil, ethyl alcohol, water

Lash Lift Balm: Aqua, Cocoyl Glutamic Acid, Laureth-21, VP/VA Copolymer, Steareth-2, Oleth-2, Tocopherol ( Vitamin E), Helianthus Annuus, Argon Oil, PVP, Vitamin B5, Methylparaben

Cleansing Tablet: Sodium Bicarbonate, Fumarate, Polyethylene Glycol, Essential Oil.


Serum Infused Lenthening Mascara: Water, Acrylates Copolymer, Beeswax, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Stearic acid, Acacia Senegal gum, Triethanolamine, Sorbitan Stearate, Butylene glycol, Carnauba wax acid, Tremella extract, Trihydroxystearin, Peg-100 stearate, Plant amino acids, Myristoyl pentapeptide-4, Arginine, Biotin, Chlorphenesin, Cl 77499.

Are your products health canada approved?

YES! All of our products are Health Canada Approved! Here is a list of all our registered numbers:

Henna Bee 3318547

Lift Glue 3402456

Lidting Lotion #1 3402484

Setting Lotion #2 3402506

Nourishing Lotion #3 3402498

PPD-Free Tint 3390844

Brow Styling Soap 3402520

Brow Pencils 3402523

Lash + Brow Serum 3392174

Serum Infused Lengthening Mascara 3402540

Brow Highlighter 03459519

Cleansing Tablets 3402529

Brow Conditioner Bar 0347385


Brow lamination is a fairly straightforward service, but with any service, it may not go exactly as planned. See below for our troubleshooting tips for a brow lamination service.

I did a brow lamination but the hairs didn’t stay in the position I wanted.

A probable cause is not leaving Lotion #1 on for long enough. On their next appointment leave lotion #1 on for a minute longer.

The brow hair is too wild, and straight up.

During the process, the hair was styled in too straight up a position and is now set in place. Next time be sure to follow the natural curve of the eyebrow for a more natural look.

The client’s hair went frizzy or fell out!

Unfortunately, the hair has been overprocessed. Either lotion #1 was left on too long, or their brow hairs were not strong enough for the service. If the hair is frizzy tell them to apply lotion #3, the nourishing lotion, 3x a day to repair the hair. If the hair has fallen out encourage them to use a growth serum to get their brows growing back in!

The client’s skin became irritated.

Clients with sensitive skin might go a bit red. Advise them to keep the area clean and the redness should go down within 30-60 minutes. If there are hives or swelling advise them to go to the doctor. Keep in mind for clients with sensitive skin we recommend a patch test before the service.

My brow lifting glue is too sticky.

Our glue is designed to last for 3 months from the day it was opened. If your glue is older than 3 months than it needs to be replaced. If it is less than 3 months old you can add a couple drops of distilled water and shake the bottle. wait 24 hrs and the glue should have a second chance!