Henna Brows

Henna brows are a form of tinting that uses a natural dye to stain the skin beneath the brow, as well as the hairs too, giving an extra layer of depth. This form of tinting is perfect for sparser brows.

How It Works

The brows are cleansed to remove any oils, ensuring the perfect base, and the shade of henna is chosen. The brows are then mapped to create the desired shape and style, to which the henna is then carefully applied to. After the henna has developed, the brows are wiped clean and then waxed to create a clean, sharp finish.

Expected Result

The brows look darker, fuller and more defined, whilst any unwanted hairs are removed and trimmed.


Brittish Pound Sign



Duration of Treatment

45 minutes.



There may be some redness around the brows from the waxing.


Treatment Interval

Recommended every 4 - 6 weeks, dependent on preference.

Questions and Advice

Pre Treatment Advice

Pre-treatment advice: A patch test must be carried out at least 48 hours prior, otherwise treatment cannot be undertaken. Try to arrive to the appointment without any makeup or products on the area. Post-treatment advice: To get the most out of your brows, don’t apply anything onto the skin or get them wet for at least 24 hours. Avoid any direct sun and sun tanning beds. Avoid heavily scrubbing at the area and try to touch them as little as possible.

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