EYELINER TATTOO - LASH LINE ENHAnCEMENT
One of the fastest growing treatments in permanent makeup – also known as eyeliner tattoo although not as invasive as a tattoo!
Permanent eyeliner can range from a subtle fine liner to a winged thick liner. By emphasising your eye colour and making your eye lashes appear thicker, your eyes will appear larger and more defined.
Relieves the need to apply eyeliner (and even Mascara) each morning or throughout the day. Quality PMU eyeliner takes skill and experience to apply, so choose your artist wisely.
Get rid of your mascara brushes and wake up to beautiful eyes everyday.
LASH ENHACEMENT PERMANENT MAKE UP
Suitable for people who suffer from allergies either to pollen or to traditional make up and those who are sensitive to wearing contact lenses. Patch Test Required before any treatment.
Natural lash enhancement
A subtle application of permanent eyeliner to define the lashes.
Ideal for those who do not want a dramatic look, or would like to add depth and body to sparse eyelashes.
WINGED / FLICKED EYELINER
My most popular eyeliner technique, winged eyeliner can be a subtle ‘flick’ or a more dramatic full ‘wing’, depending on your personal preference.
Consultations & Precautions
IMPORTANT TO NOTE:
- A top up may be required and can be discussed at 6 weeks after the initial appointment.
- Application of intradermal cosmetics can be uncomfortable and even considered painful depending on pain threshold.
- Pigments can and will fade.
- Pigments will heal a different color than what they appear when applied.
- Infections can occur without client’s proper care post-procedure.
- There will be swelling and redness following the procedure.
- All products used are suitable for vegans and are cruelty free. Each tool used is single use and is disposed off after each treatment.
- The highest standards of hygiene are maintained and observed in the treatment room.
- Please remember the amount of pigment retained after a treatments based on your chemical and genetic makeup, over which we have no control.
WHAT SHOULD I DO BEFORE MY APPOINTMENT?
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR BROW TREATMENTS:
You will not be suitable for the treatment if you have any of the below:
- 14 days before or after the COVID-19 vaccine
- Botox/Fillers within last 4 weeks
- Auto-immune Conditions
- Undergoing Chemotherapy
- Hepatitis, HIV / AIDS
- Problems with Skin Healing / Bleeding Disorders / Take Warfarin or Heparin
- Thyroid Disturbances
- High / Low Blood Pressure
- Lash Extensions
- Recent eye surgery
The treatment is not suitable for those under 18, or are pregnant or breastfeeding.
USE AN ICE PACK FOR 15 MINS ON DAY 1-2 TO REDUCE SWELLING IF REQUIRED
SLEEP IN ELEVATED POSITION TO HELP REDUCE SWELLING FOR 2-3 DAYS
AVOID SLEEPING ON YOUR FACE FOR 10 DAYS
DO NOT PEEL, RUB, PICK, OR SCRATCH AREA
ONLY AFTER 24 HOURS, USE RECOMMENDED GENTLE SOAPS AND CLEANERS
APPLY THIN LAYER OF OINTMENT 3 TIMES A DAY
AVOID DIRECT SUNLIGHT AND TINTING FOR 2 WEEKS
NO FACIALS, BOTOX, LASERS, FILLERS OR PEELS FOR 4 WEEKS
AVOID EXCESSIVE SWEATING (GYM, SAUNA) FOR 1 WEEK
DO NOT USE SKIN CARE WITH ACTIVE INGREDIENTS FOR 2 WEEKS
AVOID MAKEUP UNTIL EYELINER HEALS (APPROX 7-10 DAYS)
BE GENTLE AND REMEMBER
TO PAT DRY
Permanent makeup can last for 1-3 years. A touch up is required 6-10 weeks after the initial appointment.
Factors that will cause your permanent makeup application to fade faster include: tanning bed/sun exposure, exfoliating, oily skin, profuse sweating (e.g. hot yoga 5x/week), medical conditions. We recommend a yearly “color boost” touch-up to maintain the procedure’s color integrity, but always advocate holding off for as long as possible to maintain skin integrity
Most likely – after 4-6 weeks to get the desired result from the treatment.
After that, once your treatment is complete, you will require colour boosts every 12 – 36 months.
Factors that will cause your permanent makeup application to fade faster include: tanning bed/sun exposure, exfoliating, oily skin, profuse sweating (e.g. hot yoga 5x/week), medical conditions.
It depends – Some clients describe feeling minimal discomfort and pain similar to threading or waxing; whilst others say they felt barely any pain at all.
The amount of discomfort will depend on your individual pain tolerance as well as your body’s reaction to anaesthetic. I use a very effective topical anaesthetic during the procedure and will always do my best to make sure you are comfortable. Anaesthetic can be applied throughout the procedure at any time if needed
Yes, it can be useful to see what colour shape and style you usually choose, but you don’t have to. I often ask for a picture of your liner when made up or your ideal liner to get an idea.
The colour intensity will be significantly sharper and darker immediately after the treatment and for a few days. This will subside and become lighter as the skin heals. This process can take up to 10 days. Everyone is individual and so this could be much shorter.