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Eyelash Tinting

I find that an eyelash tint is best for those with really fair lashes, or straight after an eyelash lift as the tips of our lashes can be slightly lighter naturally so this adds length. When tinting eyelashes I use Refectocil, which is a hugely recognised brand worldwide. Blue Black is the only shade I ever use for lashes as it gives so much depth to them, black on its own can sometimes give out grey tones.

Whilst tinting eyelashes a barrier cream is applied under the eyes which also doubles up as a soothing eye mask - two treatments in one! The mask is enriched with nourishing shea butter, almond oil, chamomile and Vitamin E and D.

To help maintain your eyelash tint, completely avoid cleansing the area. Doing so will strip the tint. Cleanse around the area with gentle products and pat the area dry, don't rub. Check your makeup removers to see if they contain any oil as this will also lift the tint much quicker.

If I have not seen you for a tint before, or if it has been longer than 6 months since your last treatment, or if you have had any major changes i.e medication or pregnancy etc, then a patch test is required at least 48 hours prior to your appointment. This can be booked online, it is one of the first options you will see on the booking system. It only takes 5 minutes (if that!) so it's super easy and quick.

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