Get Darker Lashes and Brows Without Makeup

Published on: January 2, 2015 (Last modified on: February 26, 2019)

Highlighting the beauty of the eyes is one of the primary reasons why people wear makeup every day. For those with light colored eyelashes or eyebrows, there’s a dramatic difference once they apply mascara or brow liner, emphasizing the look of their eyes. However, makeup wears off throughout the day and doesn’t tend to stay in place when you’re active. A semi-permanent solution is to have your eyelashes and eyebrows tinted, giving you darker lashes and brows morning, noon and night.

Benefits of Darker Lashes and Brows

Tinting is very popular for those with thin or light colored brows or lashes, adding volume and darker color to offset their eyes. This procedure is quick and painless when done by a professional. Quality medispas use natural ingredients safe for use in the eye area, often vegetable-based, which will not irritate the skin or eye. The procedures take only a few minutes, just long enough to expertly add the tint and allow it to dry. The tint then will last for a few weeks before it needs to be reapplied.

Darker lashes and brows makes it simple to look great all day. This is especially helpful to those who have active lifestyles and want to have darker lashes and brows, without the need for makeup. It’s also a popular procedure before big events. Some of the benefits include:

  • Waterproof eye enhancement for the beach or water sports
  • Thicker lashes and brows for weddings and other big important events
  • Stay-put makeup for vacations and holidays

Keep in mind, you will want an experienced technician to apply your eyelash or brow tint. Choose a medical spa which employs trained aestheticians for their skin treatments to ensure that your procedure will be done safely and effectively.

Posted on behalf of
Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Northeast #910
Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 936-6665

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