Brow and Lash Tint

Young woman receiving Brown and Lash Tint Treatment in Radiant Esthetics in Newport, RI

Undefined eyebrows and eyelashes won’t accentuate the eyes’ natural beauty. Many women with light-colored eyebrows and eyelashes may want to add a darker accent to highlight their eyes. Tinting can add depth to the entire face structure for those with pale or light-colored skin and blonde or light brows and lashes. By matching the tint to your natural shade, brow and lash tinting can transform your face without looking artificial.

CAUSES OF AGE SPOTS

Although age spots are usually caused by accumulated exposure to the sun‘s ultraviolet (UV) light, they may also be the result of using tanning beds/lamps; trauma or injury; or genetic predisposition. People with light skin are more likely to develop age spots, as are those with a history of frequent sunburn or sun exposure.

DIAGNOSIS OF AGE SPOTS

True age spots are harmless and do not require treatment. If what is thought to be an age spot appears irregular, however, a biopsy may be performed to ensure that it is not malignant. Spots with the following characteristics should be evaluated by a physician:

TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR AGE SPOTS

Possible side effects of Sculptra injections include localized bleeding, tenderness, discomfort, redness, bruising and swelling. Side effects usually fade within a few days, although can last longer.

According to Valeant Aesthetics, “Other side effects may include small lumps under the skin that are sometimes noticeable when pressing on the treated area. Larger lumps, some with delayed onset with or without inflammation or skin discoloration, have also been reported.”

CAUSES OF AGE SPOTS

Although age spots are usually caused by accumulated exposure to the sun‘s ultraviolet (UV) light, they may also be the result of using tanning beds/lamps; trauma or injury; or genetic predisposition. People with light skin are more likely to develop age spots, as are those with a history of frequent sunburn or sun exposure.

DIAGNOSIS OF AGE SPOTS

True age spots are harmless and do not require treatment. If what is thought to be an age spot appears irregular, however, a biopsy may be performed to ensure that it is not malignant. Spots with the following characteristics should be evaluated by a physician:

In addition, spots that are itchy, red or sensitive, or that bleed, should be checked for malignancy.

TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR AGE SPOTS

Although age spots are not medically dangerous, many people who develop them find them aesthetically unappealing. Treatments to remove age spots or make them less prominent include the following:

Treatment of age spots is considered strictly cosmetic, so insurance companies typically do not cover procedures to remove them.

The Procedure

Before tinting the eyelashes, we’ll apply a protective cream, which prevents the skin from staining. A cotton pad is then placed beneath the eyes and over the cream. The tint is applied to lashes with a brush and allowed to set for ten minutes. Then the tint is painted onto the brows. The dye sits for ten minutes, and the residue is removed. Tints can last from one to three months. To prolong the color, avoid using exfoliating cleansers, which can remove the color from the hair in the brows.

FAQ

A tint alters the color of the hair.

A lift volumizes the hair.

The treatment takes 45 minutes to perform.

The results can last 6-8 weeks. Ensure to perform our aftercare instructions for optimal results. We recommend brushing your lashes upwards after a shower to keep their shape.

Don't get your eyelashes or brows wet. Avoid applying makeup, sweating, going to a sauna, and using oil-based products for one day after treatment.

You may get mild tingling sensations that subside after the tint is removed.

Yes, remove your contact lenses before your treatment.

Yes. You'll need to cleanse all makeup to ensure the tint is adequately applied to dry hair.

We use vegetable-based tints. They're safe, natural to use and gentle on the hair.

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