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Eyeliner Tattoo

Permanent Eyelash Makeup

Eyeliner tattoo, lash enhancement, or invisible eyeliner as it is often called, involves tattooing an ultra-thin black line along the top lash line to create the illusion of fuller, darker, thicker lashes. The result is a natural, youthful, eye-opening effect.

Choose Between Top Or Bottom Liner!

What Clients Say

"Cayla is an amazing esthetician. My lash line enhance tattoo is perfect because she put a lot of detail into making sure no tiny spots were left untattooed. Definitely recommend her for permanent makeup"

How To Prepare For Your Appointment

  • Since delicate skin or sensitive areas may be swollen or red, you are advised not to make social plans on the day of your enhancement. 

  • DO NOT wear eyelash extensions to the appointment or at all during the healing process.

  • DO NOT take Ibuprofen 2 days prior to and after your treatment. 

  • DO NOT take fish oil 1 week before your procedure. 

  • DO NOT discontinue any prescribed medications unless directed by your doctor. 

  • DO NOT use Retin-A  and Retinol skincare products close to the enhancement area 1 month prior to and after your procedure. 

  • DO NOT use AHA skincare products close to the enhancement area 2 weeks prior to and after your procedure. 

  • Contacts must be removed before the appointment. It is advised to bring glasses as you cannot wear contacts for 2-3 weeks.

  • STOP the use of lash serums for 2 weeks pre appointment and 30 days post appointment.

  • AVOID alcohol, caffeine, the day before, day of, and day after your service. This is very important.  Doing so can lead to excessive bleeding which will cause the pigments to be pushed out by blood.  This will also cause poor and/or delayed healed results, and even discolored eyebrows.

  • This service is NOT recommended for people suffering from diabetes, inflammatory skin diseases, skin with broken Capillaries, acne, epilepsy, sick, botox (in the past 4 weeks), Chemotherapy (consult your doctor), history of Keloids or Hypertrophic scarring, heart conditions, uncontrolled high blood pressure, moles, keratosis, excessive sebum, and very dry or peeling skin or have Seborrheic dermatitis in the eyebrow area.

  • If you are a frequent smoker, the topical anesthetics used during the treatment will not last as long.

  • If you are a frequent smoker, your pigment will fade sooner.

  • If you have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, be aware that this may affect your sensitivity tolerance to the procedure.

  • If you have been on prescription Accutane in the past, you MUST wait at least one year before considering this procedure.

  • If you are iron deficient or Anemic, your pigment will fade sooner and bleeding/bruising may occur during and after the procedure.

  • Limit sun exposure. Over-tanned skin can impact your pigment retention.

  • MUST WAIT 4 weeks after Botox to have the service done.

  • Clients on blood thinners like aspirin/Warfarin products are NOT suitable for this service.

What To Expect

  • Itching​ ​and​ ​flaking​ ​may​ ​occur​ ​but​ ​DO​ ​NOT​ ​SCRATCH​ ​OR​ ​PICK​ ​AT​ ​THEM​,​ ​this​ ​is​ ​very​ ​important.​ ​Picking​ ​and​ ​scratching​ ​could​ ​cause​ ​chunks​ ​of pigment​ ​to​ ​be​ ​removed,​ ​therefore​ ​leaving​ ​bald​ ​spots.​ ​Gently​ ​use​ ​a​ ​cotton​ ​swab​ ​with​ ​post-care​ ​ointment​ ​to​ ​relieve​ ​the​ ​itch,​ ​ensuring​ ​they​ ​heal properly. 

  • Your​ ​treatment​ ​area​ ​will​ ​change​ ​during​ ​your​ ​healing​ ​period.​ ​They​ ​usually​ ​look​ ​much​ ​darker​ and larger ​straight​ ​after​ ​your​ ​session.​ 

  • The​ ​entire​ ​healing​ ​process​ ​of​ ​your​ ​treated​ ​area​ ​will​ ​take​ ​2 - 4​ ​weeks​ ​depending​ ​on​ ​your​ ​metabolism​ ​and​ ​healthy​ ​life-style. 

  • Additional​ ​treatments​ ​cannot​ ​be​ ​undertaken​ ​until​ ​the​ ​area​ ​has​ ​completely​ ​healed.​ ​A​ ​6​ ​week​ ​healing period ​is​ ​required​ ​before​ ​any​ ​more​ ​work​ ​can be​ ​undertaken. 

  • Once​ ​completely​ ​healed,​ ​always​ ​apply​ ​a​ ​layer​ ​of​ ​sunscreen​ ​SPF​ ​30​ ​to​ ​SPF​ ​50​ ​on​ ​your​ ​e​ ​when​ ​exposed​ ​to​ ​the​ ​sun.​ ​Sun​ ​exposure​ ​might cause​ ​the​ ​color​ ​pigment​ ​to​ ​fade​ ​away​ ​much​ ​faster​ ​than​ ​desired. 

  • Note​ ​that​,​ ​even​ ​with​ ​proper​ ​care,​ ​customers​ ​develop​ ​bald​ ​spots​ ​or​ ​lose pigment which in result may​ ​look​ ​uneven. It​ ​is​ ​absolutely​ ​normal​ ​because​ ​your​ ​natural​ ​skin​ ​regeneration​ ​is​ ​not​ ​a​ ​process​ ​that​ ​your​ ​PMU ​Artist​ ​can​ ​control.​ ​That’s​ ​why most​ ​customers​ ​may desire ​a​ ​touch​ ​up​ ​to​ ​assure​ ​that​ ​​the​ ​desired​ ​effect​ ​was​ ​achieved.​ ​In some​ ​cases,​ ​a​ ​third​ ​or​ ​fourth​ ​touch​ ​up​ ​is​ ​needed.

Aftercare Instructions

The following MUST be avoided during all 10 days post-procedure  (could be longer if you have deeper wounds) 

  •  Soaps, facial cleansers, water on pigmented areas 

  •  Increased sweating 

  •  Swimming 

  •  Hot, long, steamy showers, saunas, Jacuzzis, or anything that has steam 

  •  Sunbathing and tanning beds 

  •  Any laser or chemical treatments and/or peelings 

  •  Using creams containing Retin A, Glycolic Acid, or Renova on the neck or face 

  •  Make up on the treatment area including non-allergenic 

  •  Picking, peeling or scratching of the areas 

  •  Performing tasks related to heavy household cleaning such as: garages, basements, and attics where there is an abundance of airborne debris- some bacteria mixed with dust can cause infection. 

  •  Excessive drinking and/or smoking which can cause loss of pigment and longer healing time

  •  Driving in open air vehicles such as: convertibles, boats, bicycles, and motorcycles 

  •  Touching of the areas except for when applying ointment 

  •  Sleeping on your face 

  • It is recommended to replace makeup brushes and mascara wands after the procedure.

  • You may continue your regular skin care routine after 30 days. 

  • Helpful Tip: 

  •  Shower with your back to the spray to avoid water, shampoo, and conditioner from getting into the pigmented areas. Apply a layer of ointment to protect the areas from coming in contact with the water pressure. 

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