This one’s a biggie. Without a patch test, your therapist won’t be able to carry out the procedure. Why? Because the skin surrounding your brows and lashes may react (if you’re allergic). Head to the salon 48 hours before for your appointment, and your therapist will test the dye on a small (barely visible) patch on your skin. Easy.
5 things to do before you head for a lash or brow tint
We’re all darn beautiful with mascara or without, but there’s something about a slick of the lash stuff, or a quick brow tidy up that works wonders for the face. That’s why tinting was in our top ten most-booked treatments last month. But before you head for your transformation (because, let’s face it, the results are that good), there are a few things to know – five, to be exact.
By Rachel Spedding