Understanding Eyelash Tinting 

Makeup is not an accessory when leaving for the beach. Nevertheless, for a person who chooses not to leave home without her indispensable mascara, there's a an option for looking your best and enjoying natures refreshing waters. With eyelash tinting, you will permanently have dark, captivating eyes without ever applying mascara again.

Eyelash tinting is a procedure wherein your eyelashes are dyed to make them look darker (they cannot be made lighter). Based on your skin type and hair colour, you can have eyelash colours, that can be black, blue, shades of brown, grey or whatever colour best fits your complexion.

Eyelash tinting will be a great help to those who are irritated by make-up, those who are active in sports (especially swimming) and people who have no time to put on make-up daily. If you use contact lenses, this is an ideal solution for you.

The process involves a quick and non-surgical process using vegetable dye as tint. Contrasted with wearing mascara, the results of eyelash tinting is truly natural. Because of this, most salons and spas cannot lighten the colour of your natural eyelashes.

Does Eyelash Tinting Have Any Harmful Effects?
People who desire to have their eyelashes tinted normally have this question. Since eyelashes are close to the eyes, it is important to take care that every procedure undertaken close to the eyes is safe.

Make sure you consult with a therapist before getting involved in any lash tinting procedure. At least 2 days before your eyelash tinting treatment, you need to have a patch test to ensure there are no allergic reactions or sensitivities to the solution being used. Then, your therapist will recommend the best colour that suits your skin type and hair colour to produce the best effects.

The whole process does requires up to 15 minutes. Because of this, tinting your eyelash can be achieved even with the busiest of schedules. Once you get to the salon, the beautician will place cotton under your closed eyes and then apply a small quantity of vegetable dye onto your eyelashes. The area is then washed with water after 10 minutes to prevent dye stains anywhere else. The eyelash tints should remain good for between 4 to 6 weeks.

Unless the dye enters your eye, this process remains painless. But like all things, some people react to particular constituents of the hair dye, making this option unadvisable for them.

In addition, home tinting kits should be avoided, unless you are confident of your proficiency. This is because not only can the result be messy, it could also produce outcomes that are not as brilliant as those handled by professionals are. Eyelash tinting carried out by a professional can give beautiful and long lasting results.