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Henna Brow

Henna is a plant-derived, vegan dye that is a fantastic option for a less permanent brow enhancement, especially if you’re debating whether or not to take the plunge into cosmetic tattoo. If your brows are on the sparse side, Henna Brows could be your next favorite thing. Henna absorbs much faster and deeper into the hair follicles than a normal tint, so it’s a great choice for those with lighter or more mature hair. Henna Brows is a deep tint and can create a strong brow, so we would recommend patch testing or choosing a slightly lighter shade for the best possible result. Consults will be giving before each appointment. Henna brows are a type of tinting that stains the skin giving you tinted hairs for up to 6 weeks and a tint on the skin that can last anywhere from 2-10 days.  It's a fantastic way to try out a shape before committing to semi-permanent makeup, or if you just want your eyebrows shaped and filled temporarily.  

We Cannot Perform Henna If: 

  • Your patch test shows redness, soreness, raised bumps on the skin or is particularly itchy – all of these are signs of a sensitivity to the henna base.

  • You have had an allergic reaction to any form of henna (tattooing, hair dye, etc.) in the past.

  • You are allergic to grasses/seeds – see above (definitely have a patch test!)

  • You have any sign of eczema, infection, dry skin, cuts or scabbing in the brow area.

  • We do not advise henna on very mature skin with sunspots and sun damage on the brow area, as the result may be patchy/uneven.

Please note: if you regularly use retinols, AHA or BHA-based products, the henna treatment may not last well. Chemical exfoliants encourage cell turnover, which means that henna tends to fade at a faster rate. Henna also also needs a thicker epidermis to last well, so if you do a lot of skin treatments in that area, it might not work as well

As henna is a natural ingredient, there is a small chance that an allergic reaction could occur during the treatment.

We would strongly recommend popping in for a quick patch test 48 before your Henna Brows booking, just for peace of mind–and if you experience any discomfort, just let us know!

This is especially recommended if you have a strong history of allergic reactions.


Even if you have had henna treatments before, a patch test is the best way to ensure you will love your Henna Brows.

Is Henna Brow Safe?

After your appointment

  • For the first 24-48hrs you MUST keep your new Henna Brows DRY! Avoid any water, sweating, steam, swimming.

  • The Longer you do not touch them with ANYTHING the longer they’ll last.

  • Avoid the use of any cleansers, exfoliants, AHA’s and retinols directly over your brows this includes skin peels etc.

  • Do not use makeup wipes or removers on the brow

  • Avoid long hot showers/baths

  • Avoid chlorinated pools, spas and excessive heat such as sauna’s and vigorous workouts as this will dramatically accelerate the fading process.


For best results

  • Keep your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of water

  • Do not use any products directly over the brow while you have Henna

  • If the Henna is too dark DO NOT attempt to scrub it off it will become patchy, let us know and we can tone it down.

  • Rebook your brows every 3 weeks this will start to build up the stain on your skin and it will last longer.                     


Your new Henna Brow stain should last from 4-6 weeks on the hairs with the skin stain lasting 4-7 days

Henna Brow 

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