Introducing Thuya Vegan Tints for Eyebrows and Eyelashes – the perfect blend of quality, beauty, and remarkable color. Our new range of tints offers the same stunning results as our original line, but with a 100% vegan formulation.
Thuya Vegan Tints have been expertly crafted using a unique blend of hemp and rice proteins as an alternative to animal-derived keratin. The natural ingredients incorporated in Thuya vegan tints not only provide rich, long-lasting color but also work to strengthen and add elasticity to your eyebrow and eyelash hairs.
Infused with nourishing Argan Oil, our vegan tints penetrate the hair follicles to improve elasticity and flexibility, ensuring that your brows and lashes remain healthy and strong. Aloe Vera, a powerhouse of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, further enhances the health and shine of your lashes, leaving them looking more conditioned and vibrant.
Ideal for brow lamination services, Thuya Vegan Tints add depth and definition to your client's eyebrows, enhancing their natural beauty and creating a customized, polished look they'll adore. With the dual benefits of color and treatment in just one application, Thuya Vegan Tints offer more than just a visual enhancement – they provide comprehensive hair care for your eyebrows and eyelashes.
To ensure the correct application of the Thuya Brow Lamination procedure with tint, please adhere to the following steps in the specified order:
1. Begin by applying Thuya Permanent Gel.
2. Proceed with the application of Thuya Neutralizer Cream.
3. Next, apply Thuya Tint to the brows.
4. Complete the procedure by applying Thuya Regenerating Cream.
To achieve optimal results with the Thuya Brow Lamination system, we highly recommend employing Thuya tints exclusively.
Please note: To achieve the desired color intensity, it is essential to mix the tint with a developer at a 1:1 ratio. The exposure time for Thuya tints can range from 8-15 minutes, depending on the target color intensity.
Thuya Oxidant is available in two variations – cream and liquid. Both options provide the same outcome, but many artists prefer the cream version due to its creamy consistency, making it easier to apply and manage. On the other hand, some artists favor the liquid option. Ultimately, the selection is based on personal preference.