Eyebrow Treatment Aftercare
There’s nothing better than that fresh brow feeling. You know the one; it’s when you walk out of a salon with the ultimate brow goals and just can’t stop staring at them. However, to keep them looking this way until your next appointment, you need to make sure that you’re following the correct eyebrow aftercare.
To help you maintain the results of your eyebrow treatment, we’ve put together the ultimate aftercare guide with everything you need to know about caring for your treated brows. From top tips to easy-to-use product recommendations that slot easily into your daily routine, your brows will be in tip top condition.
Find out how to care for brows following every step of our HD Brows and BrowSculpt treatments, including waxing, threading, tinting and brow lamination.
Top eyebrow aftercare tips
As the experts in brows, we know everything there is to know about keeping brows looking fresh, healthy and beautiful for longer. Now, we’re sharing our professional tips with you, so that you too can be a #BrowBoss.
Here are our top eyebrows tips to follow after your appointment.
Do not pluck. Not only does this top our list of eyebrow growth tips, it tops our aftercare tips, too. Yes, you may get the odd stray hair in between appointments, but your stylist will have a vision for your brows and removing just one hair could affect their re-growth programme treatment plan for you.
Avoid using self-tanning products (including gradual tanners) on the face for around two to three days either side of any brow treatment that involves tinting. The tan can react and turn your freshly coloured eyebrows a shade of green (the Hulk brow trend is one that’s yet to take off).
Hair removal can leave the skin a little more sensitive, so avoid exfoliating and anti-ageing skincare products around the brow area for three days either side of the treatment.
Yes, your brows look great but do not touch. Your fingers could carry excess oils that can clog open pores, resulting in spots.
To protect your new brow look and the delicate skin in this area, you should avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, sunbeds, saunas, steam rooms, gyms and swimming pools for 24 hours after your treatment.