If you have decided to go for eyebrow tinting, that’s a smart decision you have taken. However, there are two things that you must stick to. Number one, you must have it done by a quality brow tinting salon in and around your locality. And number two, you must follow the 5 golden rules of eyebrow tinting.
As for the first point, if you are in and around Sydney, the best name that you can turn to is Browz and Beauty by Usha. With some of the best experts, we are the best salon offering eyebrow & eyelash tinting service in and around Sydney.
Now let us come to the 5 golden rules that you need to follow while going for eyebrow and eyelash tinting service.
Rule 1: Opt for Tinting before hair removal
“If you are aspiring to go for eyebrow tinting and shaping, you must tint it first.” That’s what our experts would say. And that’s one of the thumb rules as well. Our lash tinting experts in Liverpool further say that whenever hair is plucked or removed, it opens up the follicle and in case the tint gets into the same area, it will cause irritation, ingrown hair and even infections in worst case scenarios. “Thus, it is always wise to go for tinting before opting for hair removal, rather than going the other way round”. That’s what they suggest.
Rule 2: Never Forget Patch tests – They are absolutely non-negotiable
Never skip patch tests, no matter how confident you are about your skin. “Going for a patch is an absolute imperative as we have to work so close to your eyes. You never know how your skin will react and when!” That is what our specialists offering brow tinting in Liverpool would state. Whenever you visit us, they will apply a very small amount of the product on the inner bend of your elbow or behind your ear and leave it for 48 to 72 hours. If only there is no reaction, you are good to go ahead with it.
Rule 3: Applying hair dye on your brows is a strict NO-NO
Remember, the chemicals in a hair dye are too strong for your eyebrows. Thus, if you have plans to use hair dye for brow or lash tinting, drop the plans immediately. “Hair dyes and eyebrows can never bond up!” That’s what our eyebrow tinting specialists in Liverpool would always say.
Rule 4: Don’t indulge in fake tan – they never pair up with eyebrow tinting
Ginger eyebrows are elegant – that’s beyond any doubt whatsoever. However, that will hold out well if it’s brunette. Thus, our brow tinting experts in Sydney would suggest steering clear of any type of fake tan for at least 48 hour prior to and following the tinting to avoid any probability whatsoever of distorting the shades.
Rule 5: Pick the shades wisely
In case you are not sure about the shade, our professionals offering eyebrow tinting in Sydney would suggest one that is a couple of notches darker than your natural brow shade. “Or you can opt for a more credible shade!” –they would say.