LASH & BROW TINTING EXPERTS
LASH TINTING INFO
Lash and brow tinting is a great way to add color and depth to eyelashes and eyebrows. It adds a complimentary edge to your every day look! It is so natural that everyone will think your eyelashes are that color. Tinting is a great add-on to any service! It can be done in 10 minutes. The tint can also be used in a way to create a "stained" look on the skin for the eyebrows...giving it a makeup look that Instagram is famous for showcasing! Lash tinting is also a great way to compliment a lash lift service.
I use Refectocil for my tinting product line. This brand is a standard in the industry and creates really reliable pigments which produce the most beautiful results!
Please come with clean eyes and eyelashes for your appointment!
Lash Tint (30 Min) - $35
Brow Tint (15 Min) - $25
*AB BROW SPECIAL (Brow Lamination, Brow Wax, & Brow Tint) - $125 (Save $10)
If you have never done a tint before, or you have sensitive skin, you have the option to do a patch test 48 hours before any scheduled appointment. This is very important to ensure that you do not have an allergic reaction to the tint. The patch test involves a small amount of tint to be applied either behind your ear or on your arm. A patch test may need to be repeated if you have not had any eyelash or eyebrow tinting for a long period of time or if your health has changed.
LASH TINTING FAQ
On average the tinting will last somewhere around 1-2 weeks. It can be done in 10 minutes and perfectly compliments lash lifts.
Stay away from UV light, avoid make up for 12 hours post-procedure, avoid rubbing your eyes and stay away from saunas, hot showers, and swimming pools for the first 24 hours. If you see any sort of redness or feel any irritation apply a damp cotton wool compress and seek medical help if that doesn't work.
Yes you can! Be mindful of super dry, waterproof mascara though. Just make sure you keep your lashes and brows moisturized. You can rub an oil safe for the areas to keep them healthy.
If you have sensitivity, allergies, diseases or infections in your eye or on your skin you shouldn’t opt-in for these treatments. If you have chronic dryness or watery eyes it can be a problem during tinting.
The formulas we use for lash lifts are designed to be safe for your eyelashes. And it is safe as long as you get it done by an expert. If it’s done right it should be problem-free but some people are allergic to the solution used for the lift. A simple patch test taken two days before the actual procedure can ensure if your skin is hypersensitive or allergic.