Updated: Feb 12, 2020
1. Don't wear makeup
Make sure you have clean brows and lashes. It saves time with makeup removal, and will help your tint last longer. Any oily residue lingering from oils, facials, eyeliner, mascara or skin products can affect how well the tint will take.
2. Don't wear your contacts either
If you wear contact lenses, be sure to take them out pre-appointment.
3. Do your research
Our brow experts will give you the best advice on what shade of tint/henna will best suit your hair and skin tone, but it’s always a good idea to do a little research in advance. Darker colors create fullness, while lighter shades can make the eyes appear brighter.
4. Have sensitive skin?
Consider getting a patch test before your appointment. Why? If you're allergic, it's better to know before you've got tint/henna near your eyes. We will apply a tiny bit of tint/henna 48 hours before to see if you have a reaction.
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