Tinting

Tinting is straight forward, quick and painless procedure using a semi-permanent hair dye formulated specifically for use eyebrows and eyelashes to make them look stand out. For a thicker looking eyebrows, to add definition to your face or to just conceal those grey hairs   in your eyebrows, Tinting could be the perfect treatment.

Benefits

Eyebrow tinting gives you bolder, natural looking eyebrows since the actual hair of the eyebrow is tinted to a darker color, eliminating that “drawn on” look . Eyelash tinting allows people to have the eyelashes they want without having to bother with mascara.

Benefits

Eyebrow tinting gives you bolder, natural looking eyebrows since the actual hair of the eyebrow is tinted to a darker color, eliminating that “drawn on” look . Eyelash tinting allows people to have the eyelashes they want without having to bother with mascara.

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Procedure

You’ll first discuss with our therapist how full and natural you want your brows or lashes to look. Then the therapist will prep the area, cleaning the brows and applying a thin layer of petroleum jelly around them to prevent any accidental skin staining. The dye is then mixed and carefully applied. The dye is left on for a few minutes to attain optimal color, then any excess is removed with a damp paper towel.

Patch Test: To ensure the safety of our customers, a tint patch test is required (free of charge) if it’s the first time that you are having your brows or lashes tinted, or if you haven’t had the treatment done with us within the past 6 months and you haven’t developed any medical condition since your last treatment that affects our ability to carry out the treatment safely for you.

Aftercare

  • Avoid touching or rubbing the eyes soon after the treatment
  • You’ll want to avoid getting your brows or lashes wet for 12 hours
  • Avoid exfoliating or use of any oil-based products in that area as it will cause the tint to fade faster.
  • We recommend avoiding any products that might further irritate the thin eyebrow skin, such as retinoids and retinols.