Facial Hair Tinting

Published on: March 28, 2014

For many people, their face means everything to them. Perhaps they are in a professional position which puts them out in front of colleagues and clients on a daily basis. Maybe actors and actresses are in need of that one special quality that sets them apart from the competition. Or, perhaps, it is just a regular person leading a normal life who wishes to put his or her best face forward. Whatever the reason, and whoever the person may be, facial hair can play a significant role towards the appearance of the face.

Often times we tend to think of women wanting to get rid of any excess facial hair (e.g. on the upper lip). For men, we associate facial hair needs to covering gray and thickening the beard. However, something that many people over look is how the hair around their eyes can play a dramatic role in their appearance. The eyes often set the stage for the face, and most people love the look of long, full, dark lashes. While mascara is the easy daily fix, some people find that mascara doesn’t work for them. Either it’s too tedious to do, they haven’t found an ideal mascara that helps make their eyes pop, or they have an allergy to mascara and can not use it at all. Eyelash tinting is a safe and effective alternative. This quick procedure lasts for about 4-6 weeks, and it uses all natural based ingredients to semi permanently dye the eyelashes.

What some people tend to disregard is how their eyebrows also helps to set the face. Sparse or lightly colored eyebrows can make the face look dull because the eyes tend to “get lost” in the face. Eyebrow tinting allows people to achieve fuller, more dramatic eyebrows through a very quick procedure.

Neither eyelash tinting or eyebrow tinting should be performed at home. A trusted plastic surgeon is the best option for these procedures because they are highly trained to work on the sensitive areas of the face. If you wish to have your eyes pop and stand out from the crowd, call for an appointment for eyelash or eyebrow tinting today.

Posted on behalf of Benjamin Stong, MD, Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC


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