While darker eyelashes and defined brows can be flattering, applying makeup daily to achieve this look can be time-consuming and tedious. Eyelash and brow tinting allows you to enjoy the look you prefer without daily application. 

Who is a Good Candidate for Eyelash and Brow Tinting?

Eyelash and brow tinting is a good option for most people who enjoy the look of makeup but want longer-lasting results. The treatment is especially beneficial for those with light blond or red hair, but those with darker hair will also see a small difference after lash and brow tinting. The dyes used in lash and brow tinting use safe, gentle ingredients to ensure that they can be used in the eye area without causing negative reactions. 

The Eyelash and Brow Tinting Procedure 

The first step in eyelash and brow tinting is to select the appropriate dye color. Your provider will help you determine the color that best flatters your natural features and meets your goal results. 

To tint the brows, the dye will be carefully applied directly to the eyebrows and allowed to process for a few minutes. Your provider will monitor the progress and remove the dye at the appropriate time. 

To tint the eyelashes, a protective pad will first be applied to the skin. The dye is then carefully brushed onto the eyelashes and timed to process. As with brow tinting, this process only takes a few minutes to complete. Your provider will then gently remove the dye and protective eye pads. 

After Eyelash and Brow Tinting 

Eyelash and brow tinting typically lasts between four to six weeks. After this time, the color will begin to fade and new, natural-colored eyelashes or brow hairs will replace the tinted hairs. Your provider can recommend steps to preserve your eyelash or brow tint, including using appropriate skincare products and wearing hats or sunglasses to protect from sun exposure. 

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To learn more about eyelash and brow tinting, schedule an appointment at Silver Falls Dermatology by calling your local office. If you have general questions, you may also contact us online.

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