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Achieve Stunning Laminated Eyebrows While Maintaining Your Spray Tans

In the beauty industry, there has been a growing trend of laminated eyebrows. In this blog we are going to address the concerns regarding their compatibility with spray tans. As a salon owner in Vacaville, California, we understand the importance of providing our clients with expert, accurate advice. Read on to discover how you can enjoy a flawless spray tan simultaneously.


So What Are Laminated Eyebrows?



Laminated eyebrows, also known as a brow lamination or a brow lift, involve a semi-permanent treatment that aims to create perfectly shaped and defined eyebrows. They're actually perming your eyebrow hairs! This isn't your grandma's type perm where it's a hairstyle consisting of waves or curls set into the hair. Laminated eyebrows involves the use of a specialized solution to temporarily set the brow hairs in a desired position, resulting in a fuller, more polished look. Laminated eyebrows have gained immense popularity due to their ability to provide a long-lasting, uniform appearance.




Spray Tans and Laminated Eyebrows - Is There Compatibility:


Many clients who opt for laminated eyebrows wonder if spray tans can interfere with their eyebrow treatment. Good news is that spray tans can complement your laminated eyebrows beautifully. PRO TIP: DO NOT LAMINATE YOUR EYEBROWS AFTER YOUR SPRAYTAN. Here's what you need to know about spray tan maintenance:




a. Moisturization is Key: Before your spray tan appointment, make sure to moisturize your brow area. This step helps create a barrier between the tanning solution and the eyebrow hairs, reducing the chances of discoloration or fading.

b. Avoid Direct Contact: During the spray tan application process, it's crucial to protect your laminated eyebrows from direct contact with the tanning solution. Ask your spray tan technician to use protective barriers such as cotton pads or petroleum jelly to shield your eyebrows.

c. Aftercare Considerations: After your spray tan, it's important to avoid excessive touching or rubbing of your laminated eyebrows. Gently pat your eyebrows dry if they come into contact with water. Additionally, be mindful of using oil-based makeup removers or cleansers around your brows, as they can potentially break down the lamination.




Maintaining Your Laminated Eyebrows and Spray Tan:

To ensure your laminated eyebrows and spray tan continue to look their best, follow these essential tips:

a. Regular Brow Maintenance: Laminated eyebrows require periodic touch-ups to maintain their shape and structure. Schedule regular appointments with a qualified brow technician to keep your eyebrows looking flawless. It's suggested every 6-8 weeks you get your brows touched up.

b. Protect Your Brows: Shield your laminated eyebrows from excessive sun exposure. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen around the brow area to prevent fading or discoloration caused by harmful UV rays.

c. Hydration is Key: Proper hydration is crucial for maintaining the longevity of your spray tan and the health of your laminated eyebrows. Drink plenty of water and use a gentle, non-alcohol-based moisturizer to keep your skin and brows nourished.




All in all, you can have your cake and eat it too when it comes to tanning and having laminated eyebrows. Just don't forget to get your eyebrows done before your tan. Embracing the trend of laminated eyebrows while enjoying a radiant spray tan is entirely possible. By taking a few precautions and following the aftercare instructions, you can achieve a harmonious balance between the two. Here at Bottoms Up Tanning and Spa, we're committed to providing you with accurate information and exceptional service to help you look and feel your best.


Visit our salon today to experience our top-notch services and get your perfect spray tan done with Bottoms Up Tanning and Spa.


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