Bold brows are in! Sure, you could stack your getting-ready routine with all kinds of cosmetic brow helpers, like pencil, powder, and gel. But these steps take lots of time and effort. Eyebrow tinting, on the other hand, can give modest eyebrows a fresh, bold look that lasts for several weeks. Not only that, it’s a relatively low-risk, low-cost salon procedure that cuts down on the need for daily makeup. If your natural brows are a light color or are thinning, chances are you’ve wondered how to make them pop. Or perhaps you have a lovely new hair color on top, but your brows are still showing telltale grays. Or maybe you love your current brows, but want to reduce your makeup and grooming time in the mornings. Eyebrow tinting may be the answer.


Several factors can affect exactly how much time you can go in between eyebrow-tinting treatments.

The consensus among experts is that eyebrow tinting will last between three to eight weeks.

Factors in how long your tinting will last include:

  • The type of dye
  • How hard you scrub your face
  • What type of makeup remover or face cleanser you use
  • Sun exposure
  • Sunscreen use
  • How quickly your hair grows and sheds.


  • Think of lash tinting as a semi-permanent dye job for your lashes.
  • Tinting won’t add curl, length, or volume to your lashes (you’ll need to try a lash lift for that),

but it will darken and intensify their color with permanent, a semi-permanent vegetable-base dye.


  • If you have naturally light or blonde lashes, you’ll definitely see the most dramatic difference with a tint.
  • If you have naturally dark lashes like me, you may not see a super-huge difference in your lash color post-tinted dye.
  • Lash tinting last about 4-6 weeks. 
  • Please come with your lashes clean.



We offer a full range of facial and body waxing services.

  • Tweeze Eyebrows
  • Eyebrows
  • Lip
  • Ears, Nose or Toes
  • Full Face
  • Legs
  • Bikini
  • Bikini Plus
  • Brizillian
  • Underarm


DO make sure your hair is
a least 1/4 inch long
DO Exfoliate Before & After asmuch as waxing helps to remove dead skin cells and ingrown hairs,exfoliation is key. Minimize the chances of ingrown hairs by exfoliating before your wax – this will help remove the layer of dead skin that traps hairs from sprouting. The wax will also be able to cling to more hairs, making it even more effective.
A few days after the wax, gently exfoliate the area again; doing so willallow hairs to grow in a healthy and natural way. This can be done with asoft loofah, and we usually recommend dry brushing before showering.
This should be done gently to avoid micro-grazing or splitting the skin.
DO Moisturize afterThe simple yet most effective way of maintaining post-wax silky soft skin is by moisturizing. Waxing removes the top layer of the epidermisrevealing new, softer skin – but simultaneously strips away the skin’s natural oil and moisture.

DO Take ibuprofen or aspirin 30min before to lessen the pain

Don't Do's

DON'T drink caffeinated or alcoholic beverages before your wax. It’s common knowledge that alcohol has a dehydrating effect on the body and

skin,  When your skin is dryer, your pores retract – the tighter your pores are, the tighter your skin will be holding onto your hairs, resulting in a more painful wax.

DON"T wait until your hairs are too long.This can make the process longer and more painful.
DONT go swimming or hot tubbing for 24 hrs, also avoid the sun.

+1 531 800 734


250 Scott Ln # 101,

Jackson, WY 83001

Phone: (307) 203-2273