Henna Brows

Henna Brows are a semi-permanent form of eyebrow tinting that stains the skin as well as the hairs to create a shaped and filled look. This course provides the skills and qualification you need to successfully deliver a henna brows treatment. 

Course Content:

  • First Aid
  • Health and Safety
  • Anatomy and Physiology L2
  • Tools and Equipment
  • Contra-indications/Contra-actions
  • Henna Brows Treatment Knowledge
  • Client Consultation
  • Henna Brows Procedure
  • Aftercare Advice
  • Video Demonstration
  • Q&A

Upon completion of the course content, you will be required to complete a case study submission before receiving a certificate upon completion.

Henna is a plant that is native to middle eastern Asia. Henna leaves are called ‘Lawsonia’ and are harvested, dried and crush to create henna powder. Pigments are added to henna to create different colours. 

Henna brows allow us to improve our appearance by changing the shape and fullness of the eyebrows. Henna lasts for up to 14 days on the skin and 4 weeks on the hair.

First Aid

Health and Safety

Anatomy and Physiology L2

Tools and Equipment

Contra-indications/Contra-actions

Eyebrow Tinting and Shaping Treatment Knowledge

Client Consultation

Eyebrow Tinting and Shaping Procedure

Eyebrow Tinting and Shaping Video Demonstration

Aftercare Advice

Male Facial Waxing and Tinting Exam Questions

Lessons

Questions
Patch Testing The Hair Hair Growth Cycle Anatomy of the Eye Eyebrow Shapes Brow Mapping Henna Brows Procedure Aftercare Advice Key Facts Suppliers Potential Income Q&A What happens next?