Allergy vs tint
It is possible for tint to bring about an allergic reaction for example irritation, swelling and inflammation within the treated area. Hence, it is advised to undergo an allergy test prior to carrying out tinting procedure. Should no reaction whatsoever appear within the 24 hours following the patch test, tinting can be safely performed.
Compendium of knowledge about Eyelash & Eyebrow Tinting
- How often should tinting be repeated?
- I am a redhead – is it possible to find a matching colour of tint?
- When henna should not be performed?
- Allergy vs tint
- Do dry eye and henna go together?
- Would tinting be a good solution when it comes to brow defects?
- Is it possible to make tinting last longer?
- How do eyebrows and eyelashes care look like?
- Do eating habits have an effect on eyebrows and eyelashes?
- Is it safe to do tinting during pregnancy?
- Can tint be done while breastfeeding?