What is Henna?

Brow Henna is a form of tinting that will last longer than the average brow tint.
It is used to stain the skin underneath the brow as well as the hair to give a fuller, darker, and more defined look. 

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First we clean the brow area and remove any makeup and oil.
Then we will agree on your custom shape and color.
Then we will shape, wax, then trim the brows.
Finally we apply the henna to your brows, let it process and remove.

On many clients the color is perfect right after the application, however, if there is some warmth in the color, it can cool down as quick as 10 minutes and on some clients, it can take an hour or two for the warmth to fade. This depends on the colors used and the hair color of the client. We use the Supercillium Henna that also contains nutrients to help restore hair growth and the natural shape of the eyebrows.

How is it done?

Recent brow lamination (6-8 weeks)
Recent chemical peel (4 weeks before or after)
Ultra sensitive skin
Eczema or Psoriasis near the area
New scar tissue, blemishes, or wounds in the brow area
Retinoids or Accutane
Recent Permanent Makeup on the brows (6-8 weeks)

Who's not a good candidate?

$60 (includes shaping, waxing, & trim)

How much is it?

What is the difference in henna tinting and traditional brow tinting?

Compared to traditional eyebrow tint, such as Refectocil, henna tints the hair and also the skin. The color can stay up to 6 weeks on the hair and 2-3 weeks on the skin. Ordinary eyebrow tint can last 2-4 week on the hair and only a day or two on the skin. Everybody's skin retention to the product is different; skin conditions/skin types all come into play when estimating how long the color will last.