Eyeliner Cosmetic Tattoo is a great treatment for those looking to replace the need to put eyeliner on every day. It is smudge proof, waterproof and is designed to enhance your eyes. Using a PMU (permanent makeup) Machine and pigments that are applied following the lash line giving definition to lashes and contouring the eye. The treatment is fully customized to each person and can be applied in a variety of styles from soft- thin and natural looking liner to thicker more dramatic liner. 

Can last in the skin 3+ years (depending on your body, lifestyle and skincare routine)

Requires a $50 deposit

Eyeliner Cosmetic Tattoo

what to expect?

A full consultation to go over options, your desires and answer any questions is done before starting the procedure. With guidance you can choose thickness of the liner- thin and natural or thicker and more dramatic, to add a slight wing at the outer corners or to end softly at the last lash and colour of the liner. There are options of colours from brown to black using high quality pigments. 

Once colour and design are chosen the procedure begins and numbing agents are used throughout the service to provide comfort. Using a PMU (permanent makeup machine) and cartridges made of small needles to implant the pigment. You will feel a slight buzzing along the lashes where the needle is applying the pigment. All aftercare instructions will be gone over in detail. Colour Retention varies according to individual body (thicker skin & oily skin fades faster), lifestyle (sun exposure), body chemistry and skincare routine will effect the longevity of the eyeliner. The fading process is gradual and a touch up colour boost is recommended 1-2 years.

Who is a good candidate?

Here are some reason why someone would be a good candidate and some benefits: 

-Those who want their natural lash line enhanced

-Those who are constantly reapplying eyeliner all day long

-Those who want to save time

-Tired of smudged or smeared makeup

-Allergy sufferers

-Those with vision issues (struggle to apply eyeliner)

Who is NOT A good candidate?

Here are some reasons why someone would NOT be a good candidate:

-Eye illness or injury

-Serious illness that impacts your immunity or ability to heal

-If you are pregnant or breastfeeding  

-If you are taking Accutane or taking any other retinoids. Need to be off medication for min 6 months. Always best to consult a doctor. 

 -If you recently or soon plan to have botox or fillers in the face. This could affect the results and best to wait until fully settled/healed before getting the procedure. Always best to consult before booking an appointment. 

-If you are on any prescription medicine consult your doctor before having a cosmetic tattooing procedure.

Before appointment

-Avoid any blood thinners for 24hrs before appointment (alcohol, Advil etc)
-Prior to your appointment avoid using any sensitizing skincare products such as retinol or glycolic acid around the eye area for a full week before your appointment to avoid irritation.
-Please arrive to your appointment with clean skin that is free of makeup
-Lash Extensions will need to be removed before the service. Min 2 days prior to ideally 7 days before service. 
-After your appointment you will want to avoid getting the eyes wet or sweating. For showering, you will want to avoid the water stream going directly onto the freshly tattooed area. Recommended to shower beforehand and do any exercises before. It is best to wait up to 7 days after the service to do any excess sweating.

-If you are on prescription medications consult your doctor prior to procedure

After Appointment

Right after the service the area that was worked on will likely be swollen and sensitive which will subside within a few days. Scabbing is also part of the healing process and natural. Let them natural scab and do not pick. It is important to follow the aftercare instructions given. 

-Avoid wearing makeup until the procedure area is healed.

-Do Not scratch or pick at the procedure area

-Minimize sun exposure

-Keep area clean and dry

-Avoid touching area to prevent infection

It is advisable to avoid heat, excessive sweating or rubbing the eyes for the first two weeks after the treatment. Avoid other facial treatments such as facials, chemical peels or microdermabrasion for 4 weeks. Avoid wearing makeup for the two weeks.