Tired of penciling in your brows every day? Are your lashes invisible without two coats of mascara? Have you ever thought about having your lashes or brows tinted? At Posh, we offer both lash and brow tinting using a natural, vegetable-based product that offers an array of colors (even purple!) and depth of shades.
It’s perfect for blondes and redheads with invisible lashes, or anyone who wants their lashes and brows to really POP! It’s also great for covering up those pesky grey brows that show up over time. In addition to tinting, the sunflower oil in the product provides a nourishing treatment for the hair.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
For lashes we start by applying petroleum jelly to your under-eye area to protect the skin from staining by the tint because we don’t want you to leave looking like Alice Cooper! Using a tiny brush, we apply the tint to the lower lashes before applying to the upper lashes. Most clients choose black or dark brown for lashes. Tinting takes approximately 10-15 minutes, at which point we remove the tint with wet gauze. Some clients like to rinse their eyes with water from the sink too. Any tint that is on the skin is easily removed with a Q-tip and some tint remover. Voila! You have beautiful dark lashes without any makeup!
Brows take a little less time and are a great addition to your regular brow waxing! Color choices include auburn, two shades of brown, as well as blue or purple. Brows can take anywhere from one minute (for our super light blonde clients) to five minutes (to cover grey hair, which tends to be stubborn). We’ll show you the results and if you’re happy, great! If you want to go darker, we can apply the tint again for another minute or two until we achieve the depth of color you desire. Clean up for brows is quick and simple. Tinting also makes the brows appear thicker, a trend we can all get behind!
So come on in and let us make your lashes and brows beautiful, lush and full! I promise you’ll love it!
Stay hydrated during this heat, y’all! And don’t forget your sunscreen!
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