Believe me, I’m the last person to be good at DIY lash tinting. I mean, I can’t even shave my legs without slicing my toe open. (Yes, I have 3 hairs on each toe and they drive me bananas!!!!). Ever try to shave a toe? Yeah. You feel me. Anyways, now that I’ve outed myself as a hairy beast and manually inept, I’m sure you’re really wondering how I fared with the DIY lash tinting. I used the BeautyLash Sensitive Tinting kit and you know what? Well, surprise surprise, naysayers: it turned out amazing. So amazing that I’m going to do it again in about 8 week’s time.
So, if you’re in a rush, that is not the best time to attempt DIY lash tinting. There is quite a bit of prep work to make sure you don’t dye your entire eyelid or miss a spot. NB: The BeautyLash Sensitive Tinting Kit can also be used on your brows. But, since mine are microbladed, I stuck to only darkening my lashes. Might I suggest watching this brief video for a visual step-by-step guide on how to successfully attempt DIY lash tinting.
DIY Lash Tinting Video
The result? My lashes definitely looked darker, but in a very natural way, after using the product. I can tell mostly when I have no makeup on. Like, when I got to yoga for example, my face looks more defined. The tips of my lashes used to be pretty blonde so it’s nice to see how long my lashes actually are with the tint. Again, if you’re looking for artificial results, stick to mascara. If you want something subtle with an even application and a natural result, BeautyLash is the way to go! The best part? It didn’t hurt or burn or anything naughty. Might I suggest giving BeautyLash as a stocking stuffer, for yourself, of course.
Have you ever tried DIY lash tinting at home? Would love to know if you have any tips for my next application! Leave me a comment below and let’s chat!
Photography by Alexander Liang.
Flatlay by Vyvian To.
This post was sponsored by BeautyLash however the opinions are my own and the results are not enhanced by mascara or eye makeup.