How To Use Permalash Brow & Lash Tint
Find out how to use our lash and brow tint.
How to Apply & Equipment You Need
Everything you will need to get started.
Are you curious about how to use Permalash? Want to know what you need in order to achieve lash and brow perfection? Then you’re in the right place!
Even if you’re an experienced lash and brow technician, it’s a good idea to thoroughly read up on how to use any new product before you use it in your salon. With this in mind, we’ve put together a thorough user guide, detailing every step you need to take and the exact supplies you need to get started.
What you need for treatment
Getting started is easy. Just make sure you have…
- Eye makeup remover
- Permalash oxidant
- Permalash protecting papers
- Petroleum jelly or the barrier cream of your choice
- Small glass mixing bowl
- Cotton buds and pads
- Application brush
This step by step will guide you through.
Permalash is designed to last for around six weeks from a single application, so to keep your brows and lashes in perfect shape, repeat this process regularly.
Z Step 1. Thoroughly cleanse the lids, lashes and brows with make up remover (we recommend our Permalash Eye Make Up Remover) to gently remove all traces of makeup, grease and oil to ensure you’ve got the perfect blank canvas.
Z Step 2. Squeeze a pea-sized amount of your chosen Permalash lash and brow tint into the glass mixing bowl and add 2-3 drops of your chosen oxidant. Mix into a smooth paste using your tint brush.
Z Step 3. Next, apply petroleum jelly around the eyebrows and upper eyelids with a clean cotton bud, taking care to avoid the eyebrow hairs and eyelashes.
Z Step 4. Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to the Permalash protecting papers and place one under each eye.
Z Step 5. Using an application brush (like the Permalash Tinting Brush), coat the lashes and brows in the brow and lash tint solution, taking care to avoid the surrounding skin. Once complete, cover the eyes with cotton wool pads to help the tint oxidise and develop.
Z Step 6. Leave the tint to develop. For lashes, we would recommend a development time of between 10-15 minutes, and for brows, the development time will differ depending on your hair colour and pigmentation, therefore its best to leave the tint on for a short amount of time (around 1-2 minutes) and reapply if you would like it to be darker.
Z Step 7. Remove the cotton pads and protecting papers and begin to remove the tint solution from the lashes and brows, using damp cotton wool. Ensure your client keeps their eyes closed throughout the removal process, then pat the area dry with cotton wool.
Please note, whilst Permalash brow and lash tints have a hypoallergenic formulation, we recommend all salons conduct a patch test on clients 24 hours prior to their tinting appointment. For those who have extra sensitive skin or allergies, a preliminary test should be carried out 48 hours before use.