If you have your own eyebrow hairs and you're not tinting them, what are you waiting for? When I say your own eyebrows, I mean they aren't micro bladed.
Eyebrows are the first part of your face that people see and the most influential part of your expression. They help accentuate your eyes and shape your face. With that said, don't go crazy tinting them either. If you have blonde hair, don't do black eyebrows. There are different shades of tint you can choose from.
Here's your step by step guide on how to tint your own brows at home. If this doesn't appeal to you, then come by the store when I'm working i'll do it complimentary. * I do not take appointments for this service as my schedule is unreliable, so if you see me working then feel free to ask for brow tinting.
Wipe your brow with a cotton ball. I like to spray some French Girl toner on the cotton ball to close all the pores.
Step 2: Mix the dye
Place 2 mm of dye in a glass jar (super tiny amount) this is enough for 2 eyebrows.
+ Add 5 drops of developer > MIX it up until its a smooth texture
Step 3: Application
Use a thin bristle brush to apply an even thick layer to both brows. You can also add some to your skin if you wish to alter the shape. It will slightly dye your skin.
Let it sit for 5-10 minutes depending how dark you want your brows to be.
Step 4: Finish
Wipe off using cotton ball with toner on it.
The dye will last 7-10 days. Feel free to leave on for less time the first time around so that you can get used to the colour intensity.
Let me know how it goes for you. Don't forget I can give you complimentary tinting when I'm in store.
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