Henna is a form of eyebrow colouring derived from the Henna plant. It works differently to traditional tint, which requires an oxidising agent to penetrate the hair. Instead, it coats the hair, smoothing the outer layers of the brow hair assisting the appearance of thicker, darker hair.

Regular brow tinting usually lasts around 3-4 weeks and that’s only if you avoid washing your brow area. Regular brow tinting also cannot disguise an over-plucked brow in need of natural brow restoration or a poor result from permanent make up or microblading.

Dyotics Henna gives the eyebrows stunning volume and expressive colour, but the ingredients also help restore weak and damaged hairs and can restore your brow hair growth by up to 60%.

Dyotics provides optimal colouring of eyebrows and skin with a soft ombré powdery make up effect without giving you reddish tones. It’s a great treatment for those not wanting to go under the needle with cosmetic brows but still require that effect. The phenomenal fortitude of the product’s ingredients allows the henna to stay on the hairs for up to six weeks and the skin for up to 2 weeks providing the skin isn’t too oily.

Dyotic's Henna’s colour palette features 5 universal shades which can be used either individually or combined with each other. We can easily find the perfect combination for any type of skin and hair colour. The features of the dye allows to create any bespoke brow shape even if the brow hair isn’t present.

Henna brow treatments can be combined with hair removal techniques to give you a clean structured finish. 

The treatment is recommended every 5 to 6 weeks. 


The treatment cannot be performed on clients who:

  • Have a positive reaction to a patch test to any of the steps in the Dyotics henna treatment;

  • Inflammation of the eyelid or around the brow area;

  • Chemotherapy (undergoing cancer treatment);

  • Skin disease, skin trauma, cuts, abrasions, burns and swelling in the immediate area;

  • Sunburn

  • Skin disorders on the general eye area such as dermatitis;

  • Eye infections such as conjunctivitis;

  • Recent operations  around the eyes, head or face in immediate areas;

  • Hypersensitive skin or eyes;

  • Recent brow tattoo or microblading (ensure all is fully healed following procedure and cleared by technician approx 6-8 weeks);

  • Botox or dermal fillers (ensure clearance for treatment by technician);

  • Previous reactions to Henna treatments either on the skin, hair/scalp or face;

  • Retinol

  • Skin medication (Roaccutane/Isotretonoin)


  • When making a booking for your henna brows you will be required to pop into the salon for a patch test. This must be done a minimum of 48 hours prior to your treatment.

  • Henna works best on the cleanest possible skin. It’s recommended to softly exfoliate your brows on the run up to your appointment to help remove the dead skin cells as this will enable the henna to really take to the skin.

  • Avoid fake tanning 3 days prior to the treatment as this can affect the henna stain.



  • Do not rub the area treated.

  • Avoid heat treatments for 24 hours.

  • Do not apply brow make-up for at least 24 hours after your treatment.

  • Avoid sunbathing for 24 hours, as this can cause the tint to fade.

  • Swimming/saunas are to be avoided for at least 24 hours after your treatment.

  • No perfumed products for at least 24 hours after your treatment.

  • Please note that oil based make up remover can cause the tint to fade quicker.

  • Exposure to the sun/UV lights for long periods can cause the tint to fade quicker.

  • Use a clear brow gel or brow soap twice daily to help them stay put and adhere to the skin.

  • No self-tanning products to the area for 24 hours. Self-tanning products may alter the tint colour, so we recommend using these with caution around your brows.