Following mehendi, a new technique for dyeing eyebrows using henna is gaining widespread popularity. Many women have already appreciated the undoubted advantages of this technology – the naturalness of the composition used, its beneficial effect on hairs, durability and flawless results. Eyebrow biotattoo with henna is practically similar to conventional dyeing with chemical mixtures, but it lasts longer and does not have a negative effect even on sensitive skin.
What are the features of henna eyebrow staining or biotattoo?
First of all, you should pay attention to the composition that is applied to the skin and hairs. In biotattoo, not ordinary henna is used, which gives a bright red tint, and not at all a mixture for mehendi, as one might assume. This staining method involves the use of a special product that contains the following pigmenting ingredients:
- lavsonia (natural henna);
- bhringaraja grass;
- amla powder (Indian gooseberry).
The listed components are of completely natural origin, contribute not only to giving the hair a stable and rich color, but strengthen it, protect it from the negative influence of external factors, and eliminate porosity.
Additionally, henna for biotattoo contains:
- citric acid anhydride;
- barium peroxide;
- sodium sulfite;
- magnesium carbonate;
These additives do not harm the eyebrows in any way, they serve to give the hairs the desired color, as well as prolong the effect after the procedure.
So, the advantages of the considered technique:
- natural composition;
- absence of pain and other discomfort;
- ease of correction;
- easy removal of biotattoo if desired;
- strengthening of hairs;
- the ability to immediately change and adjust the shape of the eyebrows.
There are not many disadvantages:
- not too long result;
- the need for staining every 2-4 weeks;
- the inability to perform the procedure on wrinkled skin, in the presence of scars and scars.
How long does henna eyebrow tattoo last?
The durability of the coloring composition depends on several factors:
- Skin type. With increased activity of the sebaceous glands, the pigment disappears faster.
- Training. Experts recommend scrubbing the skin of the eyebrows before the session to make these areas more susceptible to staining.
- Compliance with restrictions. It is important not to wash your face on the first day after the procedure, and in the future to avoid visiting the sauna, bath, using peeling and scrub.
- Care. You can fix the result and prolong it by daily lubricating the eyebrows with natural vegetable oil – castor (cosmetic), almond, burdock or olive.
On average, biotattoo lasts about 2 weeks, but this figure can vary from 7 to 30 days.
Is it possible to perform henna eyebrow biotattoo at home?
The described staining technique is quite simple, so it is quite acceptable to carry it out on your own.
Before doing eyebrow biotattoo at home, it is important to master some skills to give them the correct shape, subsequent correction. The process itself is no different from the use of conventional paint. Pigmentation should be start from the outer edges of the eyebrows, increasing the thickness towards the bridge of the nose.
It is advisable to purchase a mixture for staining in a specialized store or beauty salon. The best compositions:
- Brow Henna;
- Nila Brow Henna;
- Series Plus Henna Cream;
- VIVA Henna;
- Delia Cosmetics Henna Cream;
- Henna Color Professional.
It is noteworthy that there are many different shades of such henna. This allows you to choose the perfect and most natural color.