Did you know that eyebrows frame your face and are something that people spot on you within minutes after getting to know you? This is why you should take care, upkeep & groom your brows! So, do you want to try out eyebrow tint or eyebrow lamination? Keep on reading to find out more about both of these treatments down below.
What Is Eyebrow Tinting?
Tinting of the eyebrows is done with the help of a semi-permanent dye which gives you fuller and more defined eyebrows when applied. Eyebrow tinting can be done with eyebrow dye or henna. You can tint your brows on your own if you know how to, or you can do it at a salon. The process itself is simple, effective, and can be done within 20 minutes.
How Is The Process Done?
The dye has to be one shade darker or lighter than your natural brow color. The choice is left to you and your preference. Once mixed and applied on top (usually in two layers), this dye stains your skin, but also your brow hairs. In case the color is off or if you miss a spot you can always correct it with a q-tip.
What Is Eyebrow Lamination?
Eyebrow lamination is a makeup/beauty trend that became popular during the last two years. It is a process where you create bushy feathered brows by adding the right type of product on top. It is perfect for women who have naturally long, dark & beautiful brows, yet want a bit of definition and that fluffy effect.
How Is The Process Done?
If you want to try out a similar method to microblading (but you’re on a budget), this is it! Your hairs are brushed up and groomed by brushing a solution to make them malleable, and then ‘laminating’ them with a hardening solution. This process is a bit harder to do on your own, which is why you may want to book it at a salon that has experience with this trend.
Which Eyebrow Treatment Should You Go For?
This comes down to your personal preference and the look that you’re trying to achieve. Do you want a bit of color and dye to your hair, or do you want them to look bushy and natural?
Price-wise they are both relatively affordable, and time-wise you’re looking at a long-lasting outcome of 2-3 weeks.
1. Can I do both treatments?
If you want to combine the best of both worlds just know that you can! It is best to wait 4-5 days after doing brow lamination to tint your brows. The color and pigment have to set nicely so that you can re-touch them all over again.
2. Who can do this treatment?
Both of these are safe & easy to do, as long as you don’t have overly sensitive skin or some type of allergic reaction. Pregnant women should also avoid this treatment. Aside from that, anyone craving bold and bushy brows should give this a go.
3. Can I still draw or fill my eyebrows in?
Although they will probably look good on their own and after any of these two treatments: you can still fill them in or touch up if needed and when heading out. Just use lightweight strokes and motions.
Want To Try Your New Brows?
If you want to get any of these two treatments done make sure to check out Dr. Glow Getter. They give the best, stylish and customizable results, perfect for anyone who struggles with uneven, thin, or sparse brows that lack volume or fullness!