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Henna: the Next Big Thing in Brows

What Is Brow Henna

Similar to traditional henna body art like this, which stains the skin, but formulated for eyebrows!


Brow henna is derived from natural, plant-based ingredients including lewsonia insermis, which temporarily stains the eyebrows.

The Procedure

Step 1: To prep the area, a specially formulated cleanser is applied to the eyebrow and surrounding eye area to cleanse the hair and skin--removing oils, impurities and make-up.

Step 2: Eyebrows are deep-cleaned--massaged and shampooed to open the scales of each individual hair shaft--allowing for a better, more even color deposit.

Step 3: The henna is evenly applied to prepared eyebrows and stays on for 15-20 minutes, depending on desired potency or color saturation.

Step 4: Henna is removed easily with a damp cotton pad.

Why Henna

If you aren't yet ready for going under the needle (microblading), brow henna is a great alternative. It gives a similar, full brow appearance but without the commitment.

Unlike traditional tinting, which contains chemicals, brow henna is made up of natural ingredients. Furthermore, henna stains the hair and skin under the eyebrows for a fuller, more even looking brow, whereas tinting only stains the eyebrow hairs.

Brow henna is a quick, easy and noninvasive procedure--usually takes about 30 minutes. While the service is short, the results are not! It usually lasts between 6-8 weeks.


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