Semi-Permanent Makeup: Eyelash and Eyebrow Tinting

Published on: February 19, 2019

Wouldn’t you love to wake up with dark lashes and perfect eyebrows, or know your mascara won’t run when you dive into the pool? If you use make-up daily to enhance your eyelashes or eyebrows, you can save time and have the convenience of semi-permanent make-up with tinting treatments. In one visit to your local med spa, you can have eyelash and eyebrow tinting performed that will last for many weeks to come.

Eyelash Tinting

Want to look great “naturally” for your beach vacation or just want to forego putting on mascara every morning? Eyelash tinting only takes less than a half an hour and can keep your lashes dark for 4-6 weeks. Since you are adding dye so close to your eyes, make sure to choose a med spa that offers natural dye options that are proven to be safe.

Eyebrow Tinting

Well-shaped, darker eyebrows are trendy now, but if you have sparse or light-colored brows you must add make-up to get that look. With eyebrow tinting, your brows can look darker and fuller, shaped the way you prefer. Whether you are in the water or just waking up, your brows will be the color you want, 24/7. As with eyelash tinting, you want to ensure the med spa you choose uses natural, safe dyes – vegetable-based dyes are the best option for safety.

While eyelash and eyebrow tinting does not last forever, it does save you time every day when applying your make-up. Plus, you get the look you want that is naturally waterproof for the active person. Contact your local med spa to make your appointment for these “lunchtime” procedures to get the beauty and convenience of semi-permanent make-up for your eyes and brows.

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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