Henna is a plant grown in tropical climates of Africa, North Australia and southern Asia. henna has been used for body art for thousands of years. The temporary tattoo is for religious ceremonies such as weddings and festival. Henna treatments are a more natural method of achieving a fuller and defined brow using this plant based ingredients that offer safe and gentle dying processes. The product is safe from PPD (Para-phenylenediamine) which is below the recommended percentage.
There are great benefits such as:
Henna Brows Training is avaliable as two options:
|Henna Brows Training With Waxing Module||£399
|Henna Brows Training With Level 2/3 Beauty
You will receive a kit to enable you to gain a level of confidence in order to provide this service to clients
Classes are small with maximum of 6 students
From: £299.00 + VAT
Henna brows are a form of eyebrow tinting that is used to stain the skin beneath the brow hairs. The purpose of this is to cast a shadow or create an illusion of depth and fullness in the area, visually filling in any sparseness. Henna is a natural dye made from a plant known as hina or the henna tree.
Book onto our Henna Brows course and learn how to map brows to perfection, creating shape, colour and definition.
Our course includes a kit with a selection of colours and accessories. Earn up to £35 an hour providing this lucrative brow treatment.
This course covers:
Our course is suitable for beginners and do not require any prior learning. If you are looking to set up in the beauty industry, you can start here. We welcome students of all abilities, whether you are looking to learn a new skill from scratch or currently working as a therapist and looking to refresh your knowledge of particular treatments.
Students will be able to experience the treatment as well as carrying out the procedure. A patch test is required no later than 24 hours before attending the course. Please ensure you allow growth of the brow hair before attending the course (where possible).
A kit is provided with this course along with the equipment required for you to carry out your training.