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How to Make Your Own Eyelash Tint at Home

The process of eyelash tinting is only a temporary method intended to change the color of an individual’s eyelashes. This is a common method used in beauty salons and parlors. You may be familiar with this method especially when there are upcoming contests, occasions, or gatherings. However, although it is a common process already, it still has a huge amount along with it. This service fee can be avoided if you know how to do it by yourself. You may even start your own small business after learning the art and skill behind tinting eyelashes. Here are some tips and instructions on how to do your own eyelash tinting at home.


  1. Mix ¼ cup of distilled water along with 1 teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil. You may use a small bowl or a widened cup for this.
  2. Pour in two tablespoons of iron oxide pigment to the mixture that you have prepared in step 1. You can purchase your iron oxide from stores or outlets that sell beauty supplies. Simply choose the iron oxide pigment depending on your desired color. The iron oxide pigment will determine your final products color.
  3. Rinse your eyes and eyelashes.
  4. Dry it thoroughly using a piece of cloth.
  5. Make sure that there are no left over residues from previous make up on your eyelids and eyelashes.
  6. If you are in doubt, you can use a piece of cotton swab and eye make-up remover to take out any unwanted make-up residues on your eyelids.
  7. Before applying your mixture for tinting, make sure to protect and cover the areas above your eyelashes and underneath with a small layer using petroleum jelly. You may use a cotton swab to do this. This is intended to avoid unwanted tinting of other parts other than your eyelashes. This will also make cleaning up during after care a lot easier.
  8. Find a unused mascara brush. You may use an old one but you need to make sure that it is properly rinse and mascara residue free. You can rinse it using baby shampoo and dry it with a hair dryer.
  9. Dip your brush or wand on to the mixture prepared in step 1.
  10. Stroke your upper eyelashes and lower eyelashes as well with the wand. You can use the same strokes as applying mascara.
  11. Let the mixture dry for a couple of minutes.

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