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Eyebrows have always been the highlight of the face. They are definitely the most expressive part of the face that allows us to dramatically improve our facial features! 

Fast becoming leading non-permanent brow treatment in the beauty industry Henna has been expertly formulated for tinting eyebrow hairs and the skin surrounding the brow with ‘tattoo like’ effect that is painless and achievable in just one treatment.

This treatments is connecting temporary and semi-permanent brow treatments. Henna Brow treatment is sitting just in between them offering brows shaping method for those who are not getting enough results from regular tinting/shaping, but are not ready or don’t want to go for semi-permanent brow treatment. Brow Henna helps to make the brows more expressive by disguising gaps in over plucked or receding eyebrows and with its additional unique ingredients helps to nourish, thicken existing brow hairs, as well as strengthening and protecting the hair.

Brow Henna results will last 3-4 weeks, depending on skin type and aftercare. 

Treatment includes:

 - Consultation

 - Shaping (threading/ tweezing/ waxing)

 - Henna Tinting

 - Brow make-up application to finish

Henna is not a new product. Henna is a dye prepared from the plant Lawson Inermis which is native to Northern Africa, Asia and Australia. The art of Henna has been a method of body design for over 5000 years. This product is traditionally used for special occasions such as weddings and other religious ceremonies namely in Africa, Pakistan, India and the Middle East.

PATCH TEST required 24 - 48 hours prior appointment.



Do not wet your brows for at least 24 hour.

Do not use strong make up removers for 48 hours as they may strip the colour and also avoid any oil based products on the brow area as this will have the same effect.

Do not rub, pull or pick the area treated.

Avoid heat treatments/ facials that involve steaming for 24 hours.

Avoid sunbathing or sun exposure for 24 hours. 

Avoid swimming/ saunas for at least 24 hours

Exposure to the sun/ UV lights for long periods can cause the Henna stain to fade quicker.

If any irritation occurs, apply a clean cold wet pad to the eyebrow area and contact a doctor.

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