1. You have radically changed your hair colour
For very dark haired people who dye their hair a much lighter colour, dark eyebrows can be a dead giveaway. In this instance, tinting the eyebrows lighter is an easy and effective way to make the change look more natural. By the same token, blondes and redheads who wish to dye their hair dark may also consider tinting their eyebrows to match. Of course, you should remember that your eyebrows don’t have to match your hair colour exactly. Common advice is to keep your eyebrows one or two shades lighter or darker than your hair colour.
2. You have noticed grey hairs in your eyebrows
Greying hair is a natural part of getting older. Whereas some people choose to let nature take its course, others prefer to conceal it. Plucking the odd stray hair from the scalp is fine. However, plucking hairs from the relatively sparse eyebrow area is likely to produce unsightly bald patches and leave the brow looking misshapen. For this reason, you are advised to avoid the tweezers and opt instead for an eyebrow tint.
3. You want thicker looking eyebrows
Pale, translucent hairs can make the eyebrows look thin and straggly. However, tinting these hairs reveals a neat and shapely brow you never even knew was there. Even though the thickness and denseness of your eyebrow hair can of course not be changed in the tinting session alone, the darker colour will make them appear naturally thicker.
4. You want to add definition to your face
It’s amazing what a difference a nice pair of shapely eyebrows can make to the structure of the face. Similarly, having neat and defined eyebrows frames the eyes, boosts facial symmetry and creates an attractive high-contrast look.
5. How long should an eyebrow tint last?
Eyebrow tint is described as semi-permanent dye not because the colour fades, but because eyebrow hairs have a very short growth cycle. Correspondingly, eyebrow hairs tend to fall out within 6-8 weeks, taking the tint with them.