The Organic Brow Lift from Jiemao Lashes & Brows
Looking for thicker, fluffier, and more voluminous brows without micro blading or semi-permanent tattooing? The Organic Brow Lift will give you thick gorgeous brows which will last for 6-8 weeks, and, as the name suggests no harsh chemicals are being used in the process – it’s organic!
The award-winning Jiemao Lashes & Brows offers a large range of lash and brow treatments including Brow Lamination, PhiBrows Microblading, and Ombre Brow Semi-Permanent Tattooing. However, Jiemao is the only salon in the UK offering the Organic Lash & Brow Lift which is their signature treatment, and a fantastic option for those not looking for micro-blading or tattooing. I was intrigued when I was given the opportunity to try this new treatment, especially since I would end up with a non-permanent result and my skin and brow hairs would be spared from any harsh chemicals, instead, plant-based amino acids would be used.
What is The Organic Brow Lift?
First things first. What exactly is a Brow Lift? It’s essentially a treatment that re-shapes your brow hairs and makes them easy to shape (think thick brows from using the ‘soap trick’ but with a more permanent result). Brow Lifts at Jiemao Lashes & Brows have become a popular natural alternative to traditional micro-blading and as a result, Jiemao launched the unique signature treatment – Organic Brow Lift which is cruelty-free only uses medical and food grade ingredients and does not contain any harsh chemicals.
The Organic Brow Lifts are popular since they are lower maintenance and on average last 6-8 weeks. It’s great for those looking for a more natural look and for those with sensitive skin who would like to stay clear of harsh chemicals such as Thioglycolate, Ammonia, Ammonium, and Ethanolamine. Instead, the Organic Brow Lift uses cysteamine and plant-based amino acids which are more gentle around the skin and eyes. It also works well for those that get a Brow Lift regularly as when clients get a Brow Lift they are perming the brow hairs and these chemicals dry them out making the lashes a little weaker each time.
The Organic Brow Lift – Review
I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect when I arrived at Jiemao’s Marylebone salon but one thing I had been promised was big bushy brows, which was music to my ears. Naturally having fairly thin eyebrows the idea of waking up in the morning with brows a la Brooke Shields without having to use an eyebrow pencil, wax or powder was too good to not try.
Once I was laying on the treatment table, Paula the lovely girl who did my treatment, carefully explained the three steps which included different products being applied in various steps on the brows. Each application took up to 20 min. It was quick and seamless when Paula gently applied the formulas. The final step involved my brows being shaped and tinted, if I wanted they would also be plucked, however, the plucking part was not necessary and I was happy to just have them shaped and tinted.
When the moment of truth was finally there to see the result, I couldn’t believe my eyes. Was that my own natural brows? Could they naturally look that thick? The treatment had not only made my brows look thicker, but they also had a lovely shape and the colour was perfect. Paula had mixed a bit of ash colour to perfectly compliment my skintone. I was delighted!
For those looking to have the Brow Lift regularly, Jiemao recommends the Organic Brow Lift followed by a brow serum that coats the brows such as Jiemao’s own Lash & Brow Serum containing 100% Cold Pressed Castor Oil along with Sweet Almond Oil and Natural Vitamin E Oil whilst being both Vegan and Cruelty-Free. The Organic Brow Lift is available on its own or with a tint, and it’s also possible to combine this treatment with the HD Brow Lamination.
Native of Los Angeles, Salina Boardman launched Jiemao Lashes & Brows in 2015 with her first site in Stoke Newington and launched further sites in 2021 in Marylebone and Shoreditch. The Organic Brow Lift is 70. For more information and bookings visit https://jiemaolashes.com