Brow Henna

Brow Henna is a chemical-free alternative to eyebrow tinting that is used to stain the skin and hairs. Unlike other brands, we go deep into the science of henna and colour. This isn’t just a tint. This is the purest and strongest brow henna [colour] you’ll find in the world.

Brow Henna is a chemical-free alternative to eyebrow tinting that is used to stain the skin and hairs. Henna allows you to create fullness, filling in any sparseness of the brows, going where a traditional brow tint cannot. A natural dye made from a plant, Henna is a long-lasting natural alternative to chemical brow tinting. Say goodbye to chemicals, limited-colour choices and give your client’s a healthier alternative.

Henna is fast-acting, and will leave your clients with beautifully tinted brow hairs for up to 6 weeks, and a semi-permanent powdered-like effect on the skins which lasts up to 7-14 days (dependant on client’s skin and lifestyle). This gives the illusion of a fuller brow without having to pencil them in every day.

This is not just ‘another henna product’, we only use Egyptian henna (Lawsonia inermis) which is the purest and strongest henna you’ll find anywhere in the world.

Our one-of-a-kind teaching program and training kits provide beauty professionals a comprehensive understanding of henna on a molecular level.

Our training covers all theory as well as practical application. We want to set you up with all the tools to succeed! You will see, feel and perform a brow henna treatment on the day.

Course Content

This course is run by our certified Hennatician trainers and includes certification, workbook, and support post-training. Training is carried out in two parts.

Prior to training (2-3 hours – online):

  • What is henna
  • The science of Henna and why it matters for longevity
  • Colour Theory

On the day (6 hours – in person) we work on models on the day as well as touching on additional theory aspects:

  • Application and removal
  • Reactivating for the ultimate staining power
  • Patch testing
  • Contraindications and safe salon procedures
  • How to mix Hennatcian pigment
  • How to work with the 6 Hennatician pigment colours (including blondes and how to achieve an ash-blonde)⠀

Training Options

Training with Starter Kit – $499+GST

Starting from scratch? Our most popular option, this kit includes:

  • Training Class
  • 1 of each Hennatician pigment
  • Alkaline Bath
  • White Brow Pencil
  • Application Brush
  • Topical Anaesthetic
  • Micro brushes
  • Dappen Dish
  • Client Flyers

Training Only (No Kit) – $199+GST

  • Training Class
  • Note: our class content covers the Hennatician brand, so this option is only available if you already have a Hennatician kit.


  • Some form of industry qualification/experience (eg: makeup artist, lash tech or beauty therapist)

This is an in-person group class. You will also be required to complete 2-3 hours of pre-theory prior to the in person session. We recommend at least 1 year of industry experience before attending.

Total class time is 9 hours.

Training Locations:

Auckland Cosmetologists HQ | Unit 8 / 16 Alpito Place, Pukekohe, Auckland
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Christchurch The Rydges Latimer Christchurch | 30 Latimer Square, Christchurch Central
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Palmerston North Palmerston North CBD
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Hennatician Training Dates 2021

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Treatment Results The results of brow henna are amazing

I am so happy with all of my training through cosmetologists. Dermaplaning was a scary prospect for me initially but everything was explained thoroughly, the pros and cons of dermaplaning, the structure and function of the skin, contraindications and the hands on training. The most beneficial part of it though, is being able to ask questions and ask for advice after the training is finished, I appreciate having that ongoing support which is so important. The equipment and product are very high quality, the trainers are knowledgable and friendly with years of experience in the industry. I just cant recommend them highly enough!

Great feedback so far from clients, the training you guys have by the sounds of things has been far superior to others I’ve talked too, so thank you!!

Sarah, Aria Beauty

Frequently Asked Questions Have a question we haven’t yet answered? Ask it bellow!

The procedure itself isn't overly painful. The most common side effects of microneedling are skin redness and irritation. During the treatment itself, the application of a topical numbing cream generally negates any discomfort the client may feel. (We note that some out there don't use numbing cream at all in their practises!)

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