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Those with lighter brows will love the impact darkening eyebrows can have. These features give your face geometric balance and help your eyes pop. Traditionally a tint should be one shade darker than your natural hair colour. But nowadays fashion shows around the world are displaying models strutting down runways with bold brown or even coloured arches. The choice is yours.

An eyebrow tint takes minutes to apply and will give your brows the depth and presence to accentuate your eyes – lasting up to 3/4 weeks. 

An eyelash tint will commence with cleansing of the eyelashes and protection of the skin around the eye area with petroleum jelly and either cotton wool or special eyelash tinting shields. The tint is carefully applied to the lashes and left on for several minutes until the hairs have tinted. The tint is removed and you are then free to wear additional makeup. 

A patch test is required at least 48 hours prior to lash & brow tinting treatments.

FAQ

My eyelashes are not very thick. Can tinting make them thicker?
The tint will not make them thicker, but by making them darker it can give the illusion of thicker lashes. Your Therapist will be able to discuss with you other methods of improving your lashes such as the use of clear mascara to complement the tint or the application of semi-permanent or permanent lashes. 

How long will the tint last before I gave another treatment?
As each dyed lash reaches the end of its growth cycle it will fall out and cause the darker look of your lashes to gradually fade over time. Your eyelash tint will last around 4-6 weeks, depending on the growth cycle of your lashes.

Will the tint come off when I use eye makeup remover or come into contact with water?
No. The tint will last for several weeks and will not come off with eye makeup remover or water. However, if you swim in chlorinated water it will lighten the colour considerably.

A lash tint will allow you to ditch the mascara and enjoy enhanced dark lashes for up to 4 weeks.

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