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Eyebrow Design Prices
Shaping is done using only tweezers and scissors – the oldest and most skin-friendly way.
Eyebrow shape and tint (Henna)
Henna is a natural dye made from a plant. It stays on the skin from 7 to 14 days and on the hair for about 3 weeks.
Brow Lamination, Shaping & Tint
Eyebrow lamination can change growth direction, creating a uniform look with a higher arch lasting from 4 to 6 weeks.
Consultation (15 min)
If you have any questions about our services, please book a free consultation before booking a procedure.
Do you have questions about eyebrow design?
Find answers to the most common questions about eyebrow design below
What are henna brows?
Henna brows are a natural alternative to traditional eyebrow coloring. While traditional eyebrow tints are primarily made of chemicals, henna brow products are plant-based. Unlike traditional chemical-based tints that dry out or damage eyebrows, henna brows coat the hair locking in moisture keeping hair healthy and hydrated, which often encourages hair growth. Henna stays on the skin from 7 to 14 days and on the hair for about 3 weeks.
What is brow lamination?
Brow lamination is a two-step eyebrow perming treatment that involves correcting the brow shape by setting the hairs in place using a chemical solution. If you have unruly, flat or downward growing hairs, eyebrow lamination can change the direction of growth to create a more uniform look with a higher arch and a more desirable brow shape. Brow lamination generally lasts from 4 to 6 weeks, with proper care allowing the brow treatment to last as long as 8 weeks.
How often should I have my brows done?
Healthy eyebrows grow in a cycle that takes about 21-30 days to complete. At the end of this cycle, any hairs removed from the hair follicle should begin to appear on the skin’s surface. Therefore, we recommend you get your brows done every 3-4 weeks.
What are the benefits of having my eyebrows tweezed?
Tweezing allows for the most detailed and accurate brow shaping, leading to the most beautiful and perfect results possible. Tweezing doesn’t harm the skin, and there’s little risk of significant errors since each hair is taken individually.