Recipe for Homemade hair lamination with gelatin

Recipe for Homemade hair lamination with gelatin

We’ve all heard of brow lamination – it’s the latest trend to take the beauty world by storm. The trending treatment promises fuller, fluffier, and thicker-looking brows without the need for any painful or permanent treatments.

But have you heard of hair lamination?

Hair lamination is a revolutionary cosmetic treatment that works on the exterior of your hair. Salon experts coat your hair with a thin layer of laminate, which is mostly made up of active ingredients such as gelatin, keratin, or oils, to leave you with hair that is softer to the touch and an intensified shine. Achieving the perfect shine has never been easier. Heat-activated and applied at the backwash, the revitalizing new treatment creates a protective layer over each strand of hair, to close cuticle scales and restore the proteins which play a large part in the hair-repair process. Improving the quality of the hair fibres will leave you with healthier, nourished hair, preventing frizz and split ends, without weighing your hair down.


Lamination of hair with Gelatin will allow you to:

  • Healthier hair
  • Get rid of split ends
  • Make hair manageable
  • Preserve your hair color
  • Strengthen hair
  • Get rid of hair breakage
  • Make hair voluminous
  • Make hair shiny

For the mask you will need:

  1. 1 tbs of gelatin
  2. 3 tbsp boiled water
  3. 0.5 tbs of the hair mask or hair conditioner
  1. First, you need to boil water and then give it a little cool.
  2. Then pour 1tbs of gelatin in a glass bowl so it does not cool down.
  3. Until, gelatin swells, you go to wash your hair with shampoo. Wipe the hair with a towel to remove excess moisture, but that they remain slightly damp.
  4. Since you made a gelatin mask about minutes had passed. If it is not completely dissolved, you can heat it up, stirring until smooth.
  5. After that, add to the gelatin your favorite hair conditioner or hair mask, half a tbs. the consistency should resemble a thick cream or paste.
  6. Next, apply the gelatin mixture to your wet hair (don’t apply to the roots).                                                                                                  

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