You may be interested in what Henna and Tinting is, but aren’t quite sure what the difference is, or which is better?
Tinting is what you traditionally think of when you get a brow or lash tint. It is a vegetable pigment that is mixed with a peroxide activator. Don’t worry, this is completely safe to use on the skin and around the eyes. The tint lasts for about 4 to 6 weeks on the hair. I primarily use tint on lashes to make them appear darker, thicker, and longer. It is also a great option for brows.
Lash Tinting is a good stepping stone or alternative to lash extensions. They both enhance the eye by adding a more dark and thick appearing element.
Henna does not need any form of peroxide to activate. It is mixed with distilled water to activate the natural plant pigments. Henna is best suited for the eyebrows. It not safe to use around the eyes, so it is not used for eyelash tinting. This is my go-to for brows!
Henna penetrates the follicle and stains the skin, so it lasts longer on the brows than tinting does. It stains the skin for 1-2 weeks and the brow hair for around 6-8 weeks. This gives the brows a structured, filled in look! Great for get up and go type mornings! Henna Brows is also a great option for clients that are waiting to get their Permanent Makeup and Microblading touch-ups!
Henna Brows: $30
Lash Tinting: $25
Brow Henna + Lash Tint: $50
Your Kirkland Eyebrow Professional
Beauclair Beauty Bar
Located in Downtown Kirkland at Mosaic Salon