Is It Really Necessary to Learn Brow Henna or Can I just Wing It?

Brow henna, a form of eyebrow tinting that uses natural henna dye to stain the skin underneath your brow hairs, can come with a few risks or things that can go wrong. Here are some:

Allergic Reactions: Some people may be allergic to the ingredients used in brow henna. This can lead to swelling, redness, or even severe reactions like difficulty breathing. It’s always best to do a patch test before applying it to your eyebrows.

Incorrect Color: The henna might not produce the color you were expecting. It can be challenging to predict exactly how your skin and hair will react to the henna, and the color might turn out too dark, too light, or even an unexpected color like green or orange.

Uneven Application: If the henna is not applied evenly, it can lead to an unnatural or patchy look.

Staining Skin: Henna dyes the skin as well as the hair. If not applied carefully, it can stain the surrounding skin, leading to an undesirable look.

Temporary Result: Henna is not a permanent dye and will start to fade over time. This means you may have to reapply it frequently, which could be a hassle.

Damage to Brows: Overuse of brow henna can potentially weaken the hair follicles and lead to hair loss.

Remember, learning how to do a Brow Henna properly can save you from making mistakes on your clients, friends, or family members. Lashforever Canada’s Brow Henna Course gives you tips and insight on how to avoid these common blunders and the course includes products that can you can confidently use knowing that they have been tested by Lashforever Canada.