Eye Zone

Eye Zone


Eyebrow tinting is the process of applying semi-permanent dye (vegetable dye) to enhance, shape, and define your brows. It gives the appearance of thicker, more youthful looking brows, “We’re not making brows darker, we’re just matching your natural colour.”

How Long Does It Take?

An average session takes only about 15 minutes. You’ll first consult with our therapist is to discuss how full and natural you want your brows to look. Then the therapist will prep the area, cleaning the brows and applying a thin layer of petroleum jelly around them to prevent any accidental skin staining. The dye is then mixed and carefully applied, first in the direction of how your brow hairs grow and then a second layer is applied in the opposite direction. The dye is left on for a few minutes to attain optimal colour, then any excess is removed with a damp paper towel. Don’t freak out if you see dye on the skin underneath your brows as that will wash away after a day or two. It might be a good idea to schedule your first appointment on a Friday, so you can monitor the results over the weekend.

Henna Brows

The henna comes in a range of colours and is a vegan alternative to regular tint. Henna tints both the hair and the skin beneath – perfect for those suffering from bald patches.

The application is identical to a normal tint, whilst the tint is developing you will feel like something out of a cartoon. Once the product is removed you will see your perfectly filled in brow shape.

On a dry-normal skin, the tint lasts around 4-5 weeks, sometimes 6 before fading out.

On an oily skin results will last 2-3 weeks, however, most find they don’t need to use their pencil during this time.

Eye Envy

Eyenvy has arrived at Skin Envy! This amazing, Canadian-made product, uses natural vitamins, minerals and bio-peptides to lengthen, strengthen and thicken eyelashes and eyebrows. The company says they were initially interested in developing their eyelash follicle conditioner to help men and women who have faced eyelash and eyebrow thinning due to stress, illness or genetics. Introduced in 2009, Eyenvy has now become the most popular eyelash condition in Canada.





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