I Do My Own Eyebrow Tinting—Here's How

I have light blond eyebrows. I also have little interest in filling them in my every day. And yet I do. It's less than ideal. But with a little dye, all of that changes. Yes, I'm talking at-home eyebrow tinting. With a few materials and a little know-how, all the little baby hairs that are otherwise invisible fill out and suddenly my eyebrows have shape. In just a few minutes, my whole situation changes, and I don't have to carefully pencil in my brows using delicate "hair-like" strokes.

In the salon, eyebrow tinting costs around $15 for about two minutes of work. This certainly isn't a huge time or money commitment (especially considering the long list of other salon services I indulge in), but it feels unnecessary regardless. On the contrary, you can learn how to tint your eyebrows the DIY way. It's shockingly easy, I swear: Slap on some color, wait a minute, wipe it off. It always seemed like something I could do. And so I did. And I haven't paid for an in-salon eyebrow tinting since. Intrigued? Scroll down to see how I do it.