Spotting those grey strands popping out of your beautifully shaped eyebrows can be reason enough for you to panic. Fret not! Some of the easiest homemade DIY eyebrow tint ideas can help you dye your eyebrows without having to resort to the use of chemicals. Wondering how to make eyebrow tint at home? Check out the recipes here:
HOW TO MAKE DIY EYEBROW TINT AT HOME
EYEBROW TINT WITH COFFEE
List Of Ingredients:
- Coffee grounds- 2 tbsp
- Cocoa powder-1 tsp
- Aloe vera gel – 1 tbsp
Mix coffee grounds with cocoa powder in a bowl. Add aloe vera to the mixture and whip into a creamy paste. Add honey and aloe vera gel to this concoction and mix till you get the desired consistency. Use a spoolie brush to comb through your brows and shape them. Use a flat brush and go for small strokes to apply this tint to your eyebrows. Wait for about 6-8 hours. Wait for a longer time if you want a darker tint. Do away with the paste on your brows using a wet cotton swab. READ MORE – Top 5 hair oils to stop hair fall and grow thicker hair
EYEBROW TINT WITH HENNA AND AMLA
List Of Ingredients:
- Henna powder- 1 tbsp
- Amla powder- 1 tbsp
- Indigo powder- 1 tsp (if you want a dark brown shade)
- Black tea (as per requirement)
Mix all the dry ingredients together to make a thick and smooth paste by adding black tea as per requirement and keep aside for an hour. Prepare your eyebrows for the tinting experience. Wipe them clean using alcohol wipes and once dry, apply Vaseline around the eyebrow. Now apply the henna paste using a Q-tip or using a clean mascara wand for a precise application. Ensure the eyebrows are evenly coated with the henna paste. Wash off with tepid water after 2 hours. Follow up with shea butter or aloe vera gel for hydration.
** Be careful not to get the henna paste on the skin, henna can tint the skin around the eyebrows so only apply the henna paste on the eyebrow hair. READ MORE – OVERNIGHT BEAUTY HACKS – thicker eyebrows, nail growth, whiter teeth, and more..
- Whether you use the coffee tint or the henna recipe, make sure that you exercise caution. The paste should not seep into your eyes.
- If you are going for the henna and amla tint, make sure you are not allergic to henna. A patch test is advised.
- Keep your eyes closed while wiping or washing the tint paste off your eyebrows.