By the two-month mark, the effects of the brow lamination and tint had completely worn off. And if I look concerned in this photo, it's because I'm not sure how I feel about my brows returning to their prelamination glory.
The only thing I can note as a very slight negative was that I did notice my brow hairs felt coarser than usual, which I was told can be a normal side effect of having a chemical treatment. As someone who regularly bleaches their hair, this made perfect sense to me. Two months after the treatment, my brows are as soft as they were before the treatment, and no longer have the coarse texture, so it wasn't a huge issue for me.
Overall, I would recommend brow lamination if you are already quite happy with the state of your brows, but want to skip the step of using brow gel every morning to get that little boost. I loved how perky my brows looked laminated, particularly in the first few weeks after having them done. But it isn't a cheap treatment: at Lash Perfect Brow Bar, brow lamination costs £45, or £58 with a tint and "tidy." So, if your brows are your thing, and you can justify the cost, I say go for it.
Personally, I don't think I'll have my brows laminated regularly (mainly because I'd prefer to spend the cash on my hair) but will absolutely have them tinted again, which costs £15 as a standalone treatment. I don't feel put out having to use brow gel everyday, but am far too lazy to fill them in, which is why I loved having them tinted, as it made my brows appear much thicker than usual.