Eyelash tinting is a cosmetic procedure in which a semi-permanent dye is applied to the lashes to darken them. The process involves applying a specialized dye to the lashes, typically using a small brush, and allowing the dye to set for several minutes. After the dye has been applied and allowed to set, it is removed with water or a special solution, leaving the lashes darker and more defined.

Eyelash tinting is typically done in a salon or spa by a trained professional. The process is relatively quick, taking around 10-15 minutes, and is generally considered safe when done properly. The tint will gradually fade over time, typically lasting around four to six weeks before needing to be touched up.

It is important to note that while eyelash tinting can enhance the appearance of the lashes, it does not add length or volume like eyelash extensions or falsies. Additionally, not all individuals may be good candidates for eyelash tinting, such as those with certain eye conditions or allergies to the dye. It is always best to consult with a professional before undergoing any cosmetic procedure.