Can You Do Lashes & Brows at the Same Time?

Suppose you have clients interested in receiving a lash lift and a brow lamination. The good news is that it's entirely possible to do both simultaneously. What a time saver.

Both procedures involve similar steps in applying a lifting solution, making combining these steps reasonably straightforward. However, it is essential to ensure your brow lamination and lash supplies are tailor-made for each area.

Let's consider other factors when simultaneously performing a lash lift and brow lamination. But first, we'll discuss each procedure.


An eyelash lift is a semi-permanent method of curling and lengthening a person's natural lashes to make them appear longer and fuller. Get ready to say goodbye to false eyelashes now! 

A lash lift can create a cohesive, impactful look for people whose lashes stubbornly grow in different directions, grow more downward than upward, or are simply on the short side. A lash lift lasts 6-8 weeks before your client needs a touch-up. 


Your client may need to realize the many benefits of a lash lift. Here are some of the advantages you can emphasize:

  • Beautiful lashes: Lifting and curling the natural lashes creates a more wide-eyed and awake look, making the eyes appear brighter and more youthful—no lash extensions are necessary.
  • Low-maintenance lashes: Once you finish the procedure, your client will no longer need to mess with daily curling or mascara application, saving time in their morning routine.
  • Customizable look: Whether your client wants a subtle lift or a more dramatic curl, you can adjust the technique and the size of the lifting rods to achieve their desired results. Voilà!
  • Cost-effective, long-lasting results: A lash lift typically lasts 6-8 weeks. This means they can enjoy beautifully lifted lashes for an extended period with minimal aftercare and zero need for frequent touch-ups.
  • Healthy, undamaged lashes: If the formulas contain nourishing ingredients, this procedure can improve the look and growth of your client's lashes.


Like a lash lift, brow lamination lifts a person's brow hairs to make them look fuller and helps put unruly hairs back in the right place. It fills gaps and creates the illusion of thick luscious brows without using invasive techniques. 

As a brow technician, a lamination allows you to create the perfect arch for your client's face and reshape specific areas of the eyebrow. Also, like a lash lift, a brow lamination lasts 6-8 weeks and requires little to no maintenance after your client leaves the studio. 


Brow laminations offer advantages your client may be surprised to find out. Here are some of the benefits you can share with them:

  • Defined shape: Straightening and smoothing the brow hairs allows for easier shaping and styling, resulting in a more groomed look.
  • Fuller appearance: For clients with thin eyebrows, this can help fill in gaps and create the illusion of denser brows without additional eyebrow makeup or microblading.
  • Long-lasting results: Similar to a lash lift, a brow lamination is painless and provides long-lasting results lasting up to 6-8 weeks.
  • Versatility: Whether they prefer a sleek and straight brow or a more lifted and arched look, you can expertly tailor the treatment to achieve the result they want.
  • Low-maintenance solution: Once you've completed the brow lamination procedure, your client will just need to brush their eyebrows into place each morning, and they'll be ready.


Performing a lash lift and a brow lamination simultaneously can be very convenient for you and your client. Here's a general outline of how you can roll both procedures into the same appointment:


Begin by consulting with your client to understand the desired outcomes for their lashes and brows. Discuss their preferences regarding lift and curl intensity, brow shape, and any concerns or allergies. It's common for clients to have lash lift questions, so now's the time to answer them.


Cleanse your client's lashes and brows to remove any makeup, oils, or residue. This ensures a clean procedure surface and will help your products adhere better.

Lash Lift Procedure

Apply a gentle lifting solution to your client's lashes, carefully adhering them to your choice's silicone lash lift rods or shields. Then, shape and curl the lashes. Leave the lashes to process for the appropriate amount of time, typically around 10-15 minutes.

Brow Lamination Procedure

While the lash lift is processing, begin the brow lamination by applying a lifting solution and setting the solution to your client's brows. These will help straighten, shape, and put the brow hairs. Use a brow comb or brush to manipulate the hairs into the correct position.

Processing Time

As the brow lamination products process, you'll monitor your client's lashes to ensure they're lifting and curling how you want them to. You might have to adjust the processing time based on your client's natural lash texture.

Rinsing and Removal

Once both procedures have been processed, carefully remove the products from your client's lashes and brows using a gentle cleanser or water. Rinse away all residue to prevent any irritation.


Apply a nourishing serum or conditioner to both the lashes and brows to help hydrate and condition your client's hair, promoting healthy growth and prolonging the effects of the treatments.

Final Styling

Style your client's lashes and brows using a lash comb and brow brush to ensure they are perfectly groomed and shaped. You might also offer additional services, such as lash or brow tinting, to enhance their overall look.

By carefully coordinating the timing and techniques for both procedures, you can effectively perform a lash lift and a brow lamination simultaneously, giving your client a whole new look in a single appointment!