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Brow Code

Brow Tint

Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 528 reviews
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Achieve the perfect brow colour for your clients with Brow Code's Professional Brow Tint. Brow Code’s Brow Tint is a richly pigmented, vegan formula available in a luxe range of shades. Brow Code have created a formulation that is long-lasting and effective.

  • Cruelty-Free
  • Paraben-Free
  • Synthetic Fragrance-Free
  • Vegan

What am I

The brow tints leave a slight stain on the skin for up to one week and stain the brow hairs for three to four weeks. Achieve bold, defined, and clean brows for your clients with this must-have tint range.

All shades of Brow Code Brow Tint can be mixed together to create a variation of colours:

  • Black – Tints any hair colour pure black.
  • Natural Brown – Very dark and well concealing brown.
  • Graphite - Covers stubborn grey/white hairs & can be added to change the depth of colour. 
  • Light Brown – Ideal when applied on light blonde to light brown hair.
  • Blue Black – The blue lustre enhances colour depth (ideal for eyelash tint only).

An entire Professional Tint Kit is also available. 

What I'm made of

Black Tint

Aqua, cetearyl alcohol, p-Phenylenediamine, sodium cetearyl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, resorcinol, m-Aminophenol, 2, 4-Diaminophenoxyethanol, CI 77499. 

Blue Black Tint

Aqua, cetearyl alcohol, 2, 4-Diaminophenoxyethanol, p-Phenylenediamine, sodium cetearyl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, C1 7707.

Graphite Tint

Aqua, cetearyl alcohol, p-Phenylenediamine, sodium cetearyl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate,  m-Aminopheno, 4-amino-2-hydroxytoluene, 2, 4-Diaminophenoxyethanol, CI 77499.

Natural Brown Tint

Aqua, cetearyl alcohol, p-Phenylenediamine, sodium cetearyl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, p-Aminophenol, CI 7749, CI 77491, CI 77492.

Light Brown Tint

Aqua, cetearyl alcohol, p-Phenylenediamine, sodium cetearyl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, resorcinol, m-Aminophenol, p-Aminophenol, CI 7749, CI 77491, CI 77492.

How to use me

  • Before Brow Tinting

    Important Note: Complete a test patch prior to tinting. 

    Step #1 - Remove all eye makeup before tinting the eyebrows using our Micellar Eye Makeup Remover.

    Step # 2 - In order to achieve the optimum tinting results, the eyebrows should be dry and free of all oils and sebum as this can create a barrier against all Brow Code Tints and it will not adhere to the surface layer of the skin or the hair.

  • Preparation of Tint

    Mix equal parts of Brow Tint and Cream or Liquid Oxidant into a creamy paste using the enclosed application stick. The mixing ratio is 1:1 (Generally 4 drops of Cream Oxidant is enough to make an even paste).

  • Tinting Brows

    Step #1 - When the client has closed their eyes, apply the tint to the eyebrows using the application stick until they are completely covered in tint.

    Step #2 - Ensure the tint is directly placed in the shape you are wanting to achieve as it can slightly stain the skin.

    Step #3 - Application times vary 5-12 minutes depending on the desired intensity and results. The longer you leave it, the darker it will become.

  • Cleansing the Brows

    Step #1 - At the end of application time, remove excess tint with a dry cotton ball. Then proceed to remove excess tint in the areas that you want lighter by gently using the Micellar Remover making sure no pigment is left outside of the brow. You can gently remove excess over the brow with the Micellar Water.

    Step #2 - If the tint stains the skin in areas you want to remove, use the Brow Code Tint Remover quickly and gently. You must not use the Tint Remover directly on the eyelashes, eyebrows or on the skin around the eyes as this can cause serious irritation.

  • Tinting Eyelashes

    Important Note: Use the shades Black or Blue Black for tinting eyelashes.

    Step #1 - Remove any contact lenses and remove two eye protection papers.

    Step #2 - Put some skin protection cream on the customers lower lid and underside of the eye protection papers.

    Step #3 - Press one of the eyelash protection papers right up under the eyelashes of each eye to ensure that no tint touches the skin.

    Step #4 - Please use an application stick to apply the tint until lashes are covered.

    Step #5 - Application times vary 5-12 minutes depending on the desired intensity and results.

    Step #6 - After the application time, remove the eyelash protection papers carefully and remove access tint using a dry cotton ball.

    Step #7 - Finally remove any remaining tint with Micellar Water and cotton wool. The client’s eyes should remain closed until cleansing has been completed.

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Reviewed by Bonnie B.
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Brow tint

Love this brow tint, lasts ages.

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Love the color

Tint stays on nice and long

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Good

Will get it again

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Yes.

Best tint ever.

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So easy !!!

I’ve never used a tint before and I was blown away by how quick and easy the kit is to use and the results are awesome ,so happy with this purchase 🙌🏼

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