If your clients brows are curling at the end of your brow lamination treatment or after they have already returned home, it is probable that you have over processed the hairs.
If you have over processed your clients brow hairs, IMMEDIATELY apply castor oil and have your client continue to apply as often as possible. If castor oil is not accessible, Lash Toxx or Step 3 are also fabulous alternatives. The next best thing is to apply hair conditioner to the brow hairs.
Please ensure you are NOT using saran wrap and you ARE using bonder to prevent this from happening. Try to prevent getting Step 1 on the tips of the brow hairs as this is the most delicate part of the hair and does not need to be processed. Always ensure Step 2 is applied higher on the hairs than Step 1 as this is the step that "neutralizes" the process and stops the hairs from continuing to process.
Always remember to assess the brow hair type and use low timings until you are experienced with brow bomb. This way you can always re-laminate under processed brows with half of the original timings rather than being stuck with over processed brows!
If you need our professional advice to assess your treatment to help prevent this from happening again in the future : send us before, during and after pictures. Include pictures of hair placement and solution placement as that is where we will be able to assess and hopefully point out the issue.