Eyelash & Eyebrow Tinting

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Tinting is a process of applying a safe, semi-permanent dye to your eyelashes and eyebrows. The shade you and your aesthetician choose for eyebrows and eyelashes is typically based on your current hair color, and if you’re looking to achieve a natural or a more dramatic appearance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Lash and eyebrow tinting involve using semi-permanent dye to darken the color of eyelashes and eyebrows, providing a more defined and enhanced appearance.

The longevity of tinting varies, but it typically lasts for about 4 to 6 weeks. Factors like hair growth, exposure to sunlight, and skincare routines can affect the duration.

When performed by a trained professional using safe, approved dyes, lash and eyebrow tinting are generally safe. It's essential to follow aftercare instructions to minimize the risk of irritation

It is not recommended to attempt tinting at home due to the risk of eye irritation and improper application. Professional technicians have the skills and knowledge to ensure a safe and effective treatment.

The tinting process typically takes around 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the specific products used and the client's hair type.

It's advisable to avoid wearing mascara or eye makeup for at least 24 hours after tinting to allow the dye to set and reduce the risk of irritation.

Tinting primarily enhances the color of the lashes and eyebrows, making them appear darker and more defined. It does not add thickness or volume.

es, most salons offer a variety of tint colors to choose from. Your technician can help you select a shade that complements your natural hair colorĀ  and skin tone.

The frequency of tinting depends on personal preferences and the rate of hair growth. Most people find it beneficial to have tinting done every 4 to 6 weeks for a consistent look.

Individuals with allergies or sensitive skin should inform their technician beforehand. A patch test is often recommended to check for any adverse reactions to the tinting products.

While tinting is generally safe for most individuals, pregnant women and people with certain medical conditions may need to consult with their healthcare provider before getting the treatment.

It's recommended to avoid water exposure, including swimming and heavy showering, for the first 24 hours after tinting to allow the dye to setĀ  and maximize longevity.

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