The Scalpa Henna Brow Course is designed to teach you one of the most sought after brow procedures being offered in the aesthetic industry. In our online course we will cover all the elements needed to execute the perfect brow tint service. This course is ideal for those who wish to learn this procedure for personal interest or to provide as a professional service to clients.
Through Scalpa International Online Aesthetic Academy, you are able to study from the comfort and convenience of your own home.
Henna brows have made huge advances in recent years, and there are more and more brands on the market that focus on henna as the alternative to tinting brows. Henna Brow offers flexibility when it comes to coloring the eyebrows and underlying skin tissue. The results from henna brows typically last between 2-4 weeks depending on skin type and skincare regimen. Case studies show that henna brows last longer on drier skin than on oily skin, so this is something to consider when performing this procedure on clients.
What is Henna Brow?
Henna Brow is a product based on Indian henna. Color pigments have been added to give the henna a beautiful light to dark brown color. When working with pure henna, you will eventually get a reddish print on the skin. That is, for example, the result with traditional henna decorations in many Eastern countries. In addition, the color pigments ensure that the henna draws into the skin more quickly. So you do not have to wait for hours, as is the case with pure henna. Henna Brow on the other hand is never pure in nature, and that is required for the purpose of brow henna application. Not only will the henna stain your brow hair, it will stain the skin under and around the brows offering a nice, full coverage semi permanent brow color. This is the PERFECT option for someone who desires full brows without having to turn to permanent tattooed microblading or shading.
The cost for this procedure averages between $45-$125 depending if the procedure includes shaping and/or waxing as well as the thickness of brows. To best gage the cost of what you should charge we recommend checking your area for a market standard.
This is also a great POST brow lamination service as brow lamination can cause lightening of the brow hair. Please wait 24-48 after brow lamination to apply brow henna.
The 4 Step Process includes:
- Selecting brow shade powder
- Preparing henna solution
- Applying henna solution
- Cleaning off excess henna solution
Certified Course Includes:
- Online training
- Training Kit
- Photos of proper table setup
- Before and after photos
- Intake forms
- Links to suggested products
- Lifetime Access to your training and Master Educator
- Certificate of completion
- Professional watermark for photos
Certificate Hours: 60
Educational Training Kit Includes: (25-30 applications per color)
15 grams of each henna brow powder color
- Light Brown
- Dark Brown
- Golden Brown
10 - Brow brushes
10 - Microtips
10 - Powder Spoon
10 - Mixing cups
10 - Ring cups
1 - Tweezers
1 - Scissors
1 - pH Balancer
1 - Scalpa Scrub
1 - Pack of Aesthetics Cleansing Wipes
Brow Henna Benefits
- Brow lamination can cause brow hairs to lighten. Henna Tint adds depth and even color to all brow shades
- Henna Tint can be applied 24-48 hours after Brow Lamination
- Brow Tint lasts 2-4 weeks
- Eliminates the need to pencil in brows
Note: Scalpa Academy is always enhancing and improving our online training programs. We care about providing our students with the best, most up to date, education as possible.
Disclaimer of Medical and Legal Liability:
Scalpa training courses are intended to provide the general knowledge to perform procedures but are not intended to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Reliance on the information in this training course for procedural purposes is to be used at your own risk. If you have questions or concerns, contact a medical professional prior to treatment. Scalpa is not held responsible or liable for risks involved with this procedure.
Scalpa strongly advises each member or student (this includes, but not limited to physicians, nurses, estheticians, medical aestheticians, body workers, cosmetologists, health practitioners and tattoo artists) to research their local legislation and/or governing boards. It is your sole responsibility to check and clarify all rules and regulations pertaining to your country, state, city and county if you are planning on performing our training program procedures as a professional. Because Scalpa is offered worldwide, we cannot guarantee this information. Please check with your local health department, governing boards and FDA regulations regarding performance of any Scalpa course procedure.
Scalpa is not held responsible or liable for legal encounters regarding licensing, regulations, or other legal aspects pertaining to procedural operation.
All customers and students release Scalpa of all liability regarding the use of our training material and/or any products or devices manufactured or sold by any other company.