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Eyelash Tinting

Eyelash tinting is one of the best alternatives to using mascara as it shows you the true length of your lashes due to them being dyed.

Now just to let you know it doesn’t make your lashes longer, it just colours them which gives the appearance as if you were wearing make up.

Eyelash tinting will enhance the general appearance of your eyes and is particularly beneficial for people who participate in sporting activities, especially swimming. Unlike mascara the effect is very natural – so no more panda eyes!

Depending on your hair colour, I will be able to suggest, which of the many colours on offer such as black, blue, blue/black, brown, brown/black and grey will best suit your complexion.


What is Eyelash Tinting?

Eyelash tinting involves carefully dying the lashes with safe, natural tints, to give them a natural, luscious, darker appearance. Many different eyelash and eyebrow tint colours (including blues, browns, blacks and greys) are available so we can complement your skin and hair colouring perfectly:

Who can benefit from Eyelash and Eyebrow Tinting?

Do any of these situations sound familiar?

You do lots of sport (especially swimming)
You’re sensitive to make-up
You find the daily make-up ritual too time consuming
You’ve got very fine eyebrows – an eye brow tint will help
You simply want to enhance your looks
You don’t like the ‘panda eyes’ that can result with mascara
You’re a contact-lens wearer who’s tired of the hassle of applying mascara!

What does a typical eyelash or Eyebrow Tinting session involve?

Apart from the opportunity to relax for 20 minutes, two days before every brow or eyelash tint I do a patch test; this is essential to ensure that you aren’t sensitive to the tint. Once I know there’s no reaction, we’ll agree the best eye lash tint for your hair and complexion. The tinting, involving careful application of safe natural dyes to your hair.

How long does it last?

Up to 6 weeks

Aftercare advice

  • Avoid rubbing the eyes
  • Avoid heat treatments for 24 hours
  • Avoid sunbathing for 24 hours, as this fades the tint
  • Avoid putting your contact lenses back in for the rest of the day
  • Although I do make sure every trace of dye is removed, it is possible that residues may remain
  • Do not apply make-up or receive any other eye treatments for at least 24 hours after your treatment.