Are you frustrated with the constant hassle of tweezing or plucking or brows, or do you struggle to achieve an even shape you love? Does it feel like you spend endless time in your makeup routine juggling eyebrow pencils and filling cosmetics, but your brows still do not seem perfect?
Consider our eyebrow tinting & waxing services! These cosmetic services are simple ways to enhance the appearance of your eyebrows in size, shape, or color. Take the first step today by contacting us at Neroli Spa & Beauty Lounge in Charlottesville, VA!
What Is Eyebrow Tinting?
Eyebrow tinting is a cosmetic service to enhance the appearance of brows. Tinting involves applying semi-permanent dye to the eyebrows. Unlike microblading, dye is applied directly on top of the brows, and there is nothing invasive about the process!
Tinting can help promote brows that look fuller and natural. Eyebrow tinting is typically used to create thicker, fuller eyebrows. It is not necessarily intended to make eyebrows darker, and dye is carefully selected to match your unique brow color. While you may notice some dye in the area on the skin around your brows, the excess dye should wash away within a few days.
The eyebrow tinting process is simple, and results may last for 4 to 6 weeks. Follow-up appointments may help preserve your better brows.
What Is Eyebrow Waxing?
Eyebrow waxing is a hair removal technique. During a wax, warm wax is applied to the area above, below, and between the eyebrows to remove unwanted hair and create a better shape. The wax is then quickly pulled off the skin, rapidly removing hair from the follicles.
Each eyebrow wax is different, and it is important you have the brows you desire. Common brow shapes include:
- “S” shaped
- Sharp angled
- Soft angled
Eyebrow waxing allows you to achieve a more defined shape. The process may also involve some tweezing as well as trimming longer hairs.
The results of each wax will vary for each person. While most enjoy results for 3 to 4 weeks, the length of results will vary for each person’s individual hair growth cycle.