Eye Lash Tinting
Say Goodbye to your mascara with a Lash Tint from Kerian. This treatment will darken, define, and shape your lashes. A Lash Tint can help elevate and give your eyes a "pop" without the need to apply mascara. Eyelash tinting can be a stand-alone treatment, or it can be added to any facial service. Think of Lash Tinting as a semi-permanent dye job for your lashes or eyebrows. Tinting won’t lengthen, curl or add volume your lashes (you will need lash extensions for that and I recommend Sharon Wilkens at XYZ put in link here), but it will darken and intensify your eyes using a semi-permanent cream & vegetable-based dye.
The only difference is that I will use a different color for the brows, and they are easier to do and take less time.
Is lash tinting for you?
If you have naturally light, blond or red lashes, you'll definitely see the most dramatic difference with a eyelash tint. If you have naturally dark lashed, you may not see much of a difference in your lashes post-tint.
An Eyelash Tint is perfect for those who:
- Can't wear mascara
- Have thin or fine eyelashes
- Attending a special event where "happy tears" may be shed.
My Tinting Process:
- I will first consult with you and do a patch test on the crook of your arm. Then I will cleanse the eyes to remove any residual makeup, moisturizer or eye cream.
- I will apply a protective cream and paper pad under the eyes, followed by the tinting solution. Which is applied carefully whilst your eyes are closed, after the tint has processed. I will gently rinse your eye to remove the tint.
- Finally, I will apply eye cream and you will have gorgeous dark lashes.
How long will it last?
Generally, the Eye Lash tint last for about 4 weeks (less in summer). The colorant itself will fade, and your lashes grow and fall out as normal The NEW untinted lashes grow in their place. Gradually you will notice your lashes looking lighter and lighter. Very similar to the way hair color fades and you need to get that re-done.
Does it hurt?
No. It can feel a little stingy if you open your eyes during the process - like you have swam in a swimming pool with too much chlorine. It is not harmful just a little irritating and once removed your eye feel back to normal.