• Henna Brows

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Henna brows stain the skin to tint the hairs and make your eyebrows bolder and more defined. This is a great way to test out a shape before fully committing, or to shape and fill your eyebrows temporarily and ensure they look great every morning without the need for pencils or powders.

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How Are Henna Brows Applied?

The application of henna brows is a relatively simple and quick process. To apply henna brows, henna powder and demineralised water are mixed together, creating a paste which is applied in the shape of your eyebrow to soak into your skin for around 15 minutes. At the beginning we apply less intensity and only issue more strength towards the end at the arch and tail, which creates a ombr√© effect.

Guidance on our henna brow process

How long do henna brows last?

Typically henna brows will last for around 2-4 weeks depending on your skin type. They will last longer for someone with dry skin than someone with oily skin. In order to maintain them for longer, it is good practice not to wash your face too often.

How are henna brows different to other temporary eyebrow tintings?

 When compared with tints and dyes, henna is natural and vegan-friendly, free of peroxide activators, thereby suiting those with sensitive skin much better.

How do you remove henna brows?

In the event that you want your henna brows removed (this could be due to a number of reasons) - short of waiting the few weeks it takes for them to fade - use around 100ml of warm water, a tablespoon of baking soda, and two teaspoons of lemon juice. Use this mixture with a cotton swab to soak it into your skin and repeat until the henna can no longer be seen.

What is the difference between henna brows and microblading?

Henna tinting is temporary and done in a short process with henna dye, while microblading is a near permanent tinting effect. Both of these processes use dyes or ink pigments to match the hair colour of the individual.

What are the age restrictions for henna brows?

 Those aged under 18 will need the written permission of their parent or guardian and those under the age of 16 will need a parent or guardian present.