10. Eyelash Tinting
Even when done by a professional, eyelash tinting is a risky proposition. Incorrect administration of the chemicals involved can lead to serious eye infections or even blindness, so don’t even think about doing this at home.
In spite of the fact that most eyelash tints are marked as vegetable-based or fruit-based, they do contain chemicals. If a dye is going to deposit color, it cannot be all-natural.
Professional eyelash tinting isn’t that intricate. If you must get it done, do your homework and find a reputable professional with skill, experience, and integrity.
If you have any eye problems, make sure you consult your ophthalmologist before using eyelash tints. Inflammation, swelling, change in vision are all potential threats.
There are so many beauty treatments that you can perform at home that taking the risk with the list above simply isn’t worth it. Save money by doing the safe and effective things at home so that you can pay a professional to take care of the more complicated items.
As tempting as it is to try to save a buck by doing everything at home, remember that the cost of repairing the damage (if it can even be repaired) is likely to be far greater than the cost of having the work done by a professional the first time around. Sure, I’m not promoting salon beauty treatments, but sometimes it’s better to go to professionals.