What is the difference between Eyebrow Henna and Eyebrow Tint on your menu?

With the Tint, I am using a traditional dye and peroxide mixture and it is designed to only tint the hairs, not the skin. Henna will not only dye the hairs, but will leave a stain ( from 5 days-2 weeks) on the skin behind the brow, giving the brow a fuller and filled in look. In terms of longevity, Tint lasts up to 4 weeks on the hair, Henna can last 6-7 weeks on the hair. 

How much is it?

 £35 with optional 'top ups' for in-between

How do I know which one I might want to book?

If you are someone who does not normally wear any brow cosmetics (or very little) and prefers a more subtle look to your brows, then start with the Eyebrow Tint. 

If you are accustomed to a very defined and filled in eyebrow and like a more rich colour, go with the Eyebrow Henna. 

What is Henna?

Henna comes from the leaves of a plant known as Lawsonia inermis. The form I work with is a powder and it is mixed with a purified water.

Can Henna be used on the lashes as well?

No, Henna is not safe or suitable for lashes. But fret not, I have awesome tint for that!

Is there any special post care instructions?

Yes, you will want to go easy with your eyebrows when cleansing to extend the life of the stain on the skin in particular. Obviously, if you scrub, peel etc at that area, the stain behind the brow is going to disappear much faster. Also exercise caution when applying any type of skin care products containing exfoliators (topical acne medications, retinol, lightening products, alpha hydroxy acids, etc) Keep all of these away from the brows as they will strip them of their colour.

*** Please note: We are unable to carry out this service on you if you are pregnant, have had previous reaction to PPD (hair dye) Taking medication for skin conditions such as Roaccutane. Patch test/consultation is required a minimum of 24 hours before.