Aging and Eyebrow Lightening
As we grow old, our eyebrows tend to become coarse, unruly, curly and often sparse. Some tend to develop grey ones, and these are hairs that we can definitely do without. All kinds of light, especially sunlight, play a large role in lightening the color of tattooed eyebrows. Also, women with vitiligo who choose to apply permanent eyebrow tattoo should limit their exposure to sunlight
Eyebrow Bleach for Young People
Eyebrow bleach has now become famous to all ages, young and old alike. While old people bleach their eyebrow mainly to hide the unwanted gray hairs, young people bleach their hair for various reasons. If you have light hair, for example, more often than not, your eyebrows are shades darker than the color on your head, so you might want to bleach your brows to a lighter shade. Normally, it is best not to bleach it as light as (or even lighter than) the hair on your head. Also, people with dark hair who had their hair dyed or highlighted usually would also want to dye their eyebrows to match their new hair color.
The FDA has issued a warning on eyebrow bleach. However, many beauty experts believe that eyebrow bleach is a fairly safe beauty treatment, and that the worst that might happen is a mild irritation if peroxide in the dye happens to enter your eyes.
However, it might also not be best to bleach your eyebrow by yourself at home, as it can be potentially dangerous. Instead, you can contact your local salon and check if they have colorists who are experts in doing eyebrow bleach. Also, it is better to do them side by side with your hair dye so that it is easiest for the stylist to find the right color match for you.
Natural Herbs to Lighten Eyebrows
There are natural herbs that can be used to lighten your eyebrows in a gradual manner over a few weeks of application. Many lightening products are widely available in the market and are usually based on organic chamomile, which has natural hair color lightening properties. These can be supplemented by marigold and fresh lemon juice for added boost. These natural substances can bring out your highlight and adds more life to that old, and dull brow hair.
Bleaching the Brows
Dark brows tend to become overpowering. But one that is too light can throw your face off balance as well. It is much like having a funny lipstick that does not go well with your lips and face.
Remember that cosmetics (like powder or brow pencil) can not do the job of lightening dark brows. You can supplement your efforts by shaping your brows to make them appear ligther, but these just won’t do.
Lightening your eyebrow color is best done if you stay in control of it. You can go to your local salon to get that quick, effortless eyebrow bleach, or you can use natural herbs to lighten it gradually, along with getting some sunlight to hasten the lightening process.