Walking into the beauty care salon and trying to choose between eyelash tint and extension could be quite challenging task. You need to consider the option based on the benefits and limitations of each method as applicable in your case. You don’t need to worry about the procedure. The end result you get matters the most to you, regardless of whether you are the beautician or the client.
One of the benefits of eyelash tint is retention of your natural lashes without any additions. The color of the natural lashes gets enhanced. For this your natural lashes have to be full in growth and long enough to accommodate the tint. There is no fear of falling extensions. On the other hand the extensions can completely change the aesthetic appeals of your existing natural lashes. They make them full and add thickness as well as length. The choice is absolutely yours.
Eyelash Tint – The Ingredients
Some of the most commonly used ingredients for the eyelash tint are thickening agent, emulsifying wax, ammonium hydroxide, emulsifier, sunflower seed oil, natural dyes and a fragrant. The emulsifying agent is normally alcohol based ingredient. The herbal based tint usually has henna powder, Vaseline, saline based liquid and water. You may also add almond powder, yogurt and a natural cold cream to enhance the effectiveness and softness experience.
Eyelash Tint – The Procedure
Patch test is the first recommended procedure to check the probability of negative side effects. The expert chooses the last 3 lashes at the exterior corner of the client eyes and applies the tint. Then she waits for 24 hours to confirm there are no negative reactions. Then she applies the full tint according to the recommended procedure.