Red Eyebrows: Get The Perfect Color
Rona O’Connor answered more of your red hair questions.
Q. Hello! A couple of years ago, I decided to turn into a redhead. I got great comments and feedback and I absolutely love how natural it looks; there is just one problem- my eyebrows! I color my hair with henna because it stays in the longest and gives it a natural look; however, if I apply this technique to my eyebrows- it won’t color them! Any hair stylist I see tells me that they don’t do eyebrows in red because it most likely turns out wrong. I don’t like painting my eyebrows on my face because I love then natural look! What should I do?
A. Rona: Facialists are licensed to do eyebrows and should have a few colors that could suit a redhead. In the meantime, you could use an auburn eyeshadow that will create a reddish undertone to your brows or an eyebrow pencil until you can find someone to warm up your brows.
Do you have naturally brown eyebrows? Then, find a color that is a warm hue to bring your brows closer to the red family- like ash brown or light brown.
Do you have naturally blonde or light eyebrows? Then, you will need a natural dark red brow tint, but eyeshadows or pencils can work quite well for temporary fixes.
Rona O’Connor is a celebrity colorist who has worked on Hollywood’s most famous redheads! She has colored Debra Messing, Laura Prepon from That 70′s Show, Melissa Gilbert, Jayma Mays from Glee, Rachel Boston, Joanna Garcia, Blake Lively and Bella Thorne.
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