Brow Henna


Brow Henna is a new treatment that is a perfect addition to your brow sculpting service. Henna tinting “stains” the skin more effectively than regular tinting and sets to a powder, filled in finish that last up to 14 days on the skin and 4-6 weeks on the hair depending on skin type and skin care routine.

The treatment is vegan friendly and natural. Clients comment that it reduces the need to fill in their brows and adds definition where hairs are sparse or non-existent. No peroxides or preservatives. Perfectly suited for sensitive skin types.


Please follow these aftercare instruction to ensure the best Brow Henna results!

  • Do not use strong makeup removers for 48-hours as they may strip the color (note: oil based makeup remover can cause the henna stain to fade faster)

  • Understand that oil breaks down stain. If you have oily/combination skin you may experience faster fading of henna.  

  • Do not rub, pull or pick at the area treated

  • Do not allow shampoo or conditioner onto the brows for the first 24-hours

  • Avoid heat treatments/facials that involve streaming for 24-hours

  • Avoid sunbathing for 24-hours (note: can cause the henna to fade or lighten)

  • Avoid swimming/saunas for at least 24 hours after your treatment

  • Exposure to the sun/UV lights for long period can cause the henna stain to fade (note: apply sunscreen to your brows while out in the sun)

  • If any irritation occurs, apply a clean cold wet pad to the eye area or contact a doctor

  • Use the recommended aftercare and do not use oil-based products over your brows

  • Avoid using AHAs around the brow area


If you have any of the following conditions are you not a good candidate for Brow Henna

  • Have a positive reaction to a sensitivity patch test

  • Inflammation of the eyelid or around the brow area

  • Chemotherapy (current cancer treatment—must have physician consent)

  • Skin diseases, skin trauma, cuts, abrasions, burns and swelling in the immediate area

  • Sunburn

  • Skin disorders in the general eye area suck as dermatitis (must have physician consent)

  • Eye infection such as conjunctivitis

  • Recent operations around eyes, head or face in immediate areas

  • Hypersensitive skin/eyes

  • Recent tattoo or eyebrow microblading (must be fully healed)

  • Botox and dermal fillers

  • Previous reaction to Henna treatments either on the skin, hair, scalp or face