the more natural approach
Henna is a more natural approach to brow tinting, staining the skin & brow hairs. The purpose of this is to cast a shadow or create an illusion of depth and fullness in the area, visually filling in any sparseness. Henna is a natural dye made from a plant known as hina or the henna tree.
Our henna brow pigments are made up of 99% natural plant based ingredients: the other 1% being a micro additive which opens the hair cuticle and allows the Henna to be fast-acting. It uses NO AMMONIA, NO PEROXIDE, and NO CHEMICALS. Henna thickens the hair, stimulates hair growth, and has antimicrobial properties.
How does our Henna work?
Specially formulated with botanical ingredients and extracts, the henna we use is sourced from the finest Henna plantations in addition with carefully selected herbal extracts and essential oils to provide a longer lasting, vibrant Henna tint. Ammonia Free, Natural Powder.
How long does Henna last?
Henna lasts between 1-2 weeks on the skin & 4-6 weeks on the brow hairs. Please follow all instructions and aftercare correctly in order to achieve this longevity.
What is the before & aftercare for Henna?
What should and should not be done 24-48 hours post-treatment for the longevity of results:
Do not rub the treated area.
Avoid heat treatments for at least 24 hours.
Do not apply brow makeup for at least 24 hours post treatment.
Avoid sunbathing and sun exposure for 24 hours to lessen the chance of the Henna fading.
Avoid swimming/saunas/sweating for at least 24 hours post treatment.
Do not exfoliate the brow area as this will cause the Henna to fade quicker.
Exposure to sun & UV lights for long periods of time will cause the henna to fade quicker.
Do not apply Retin-A, AHA or exfoliate around the brow area for 72 hours either side of the treatment.
NOTE: If any stinging or swelling occurs, apply a cold compress to soothe and seek medical advice.
Is Henna safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women?
Henna is not safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women. This is due to the risk of chemicals sinking into the skin and potentially entering the bloodstream. If you/your pregnant or breastfeeding client would still like to receive Henna treatments despite this information, please ask them to consult with their healthcare professional first.