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The main reason most women need to tint their brows is due to years of over-tweezing. Brows naturally lighten from the sun, which means the ends of our brows are sometimes not as prominent as the inner corners. Even age can affect them. The older we get, the more our brows seem to fade away, so tinting is a great way to help make them look fuller and more pronounced.
The key is finding the right tone and shape to accentuate your face shape, complement your skin tone, and make your eyes pop.
Similar to hair coloring, there is some maintenance involved with tinting. Laurie uses a vegetable dye, which lasts about three to four weeks. It varies per person, but the average client comes in every four to eight weeks for a touch-up. But if you're someone who does a lot of exercising—like hot yoga, swimming or running—where you'll be sweating a lot, you might need to touch up more frequently. So why tint instead of simply penciling them in? Tinting looks much more natural, and you won’t see any of the little marks that your pencil can leave behind. Plus, more pronounced brows allow you to wear less makeup and help you look younger. Think about it—Cindy Crawford never seems to age, and part of it is thanks to her strong, full brows.
Brow Tint: $17
Lash Tint $25