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eyeliner

What is permanent eyeliner?

Eyeliner tattoo is a form of cosmetic tattooing, often referred to as semi- permanent makeup, that is done by a trained technician.

The pigment used is very different from body tattooing ink and is only deposited on the first layer of skin. The color is designed to fade over time, hence the term ‘semi-permanent’. This allows for face changes, aging and trends.

The tattoo is applied to the lash line, and can be applied as a fine, thin, or medium to thick eye-liner style.

Cost:

Initial session (Top or Bottom): $300                 Perfecting session: $150

Initial session (Both Top and Bottom): $400        Perfecting session: $150

Yearly Touchup: $200

PERMANENT EYELINER AFTERCARE

• Using a fresh Q-Tip, apply a light coat of Vaseline to the tattooed area twice a day. Keeping the area moist during the first 5-7 days will help the tattooed area hold color and heal evenly. It is normal for the pigment to fade 30-50% within the first two weeks.


• Do not touch the tattooed area with your fingers. This increases your risk of infection.


• Do not rub or scratch your eyes. This increases your risk of a corneal abrasion.


• If you should experience swelling, an ice pack may be applied using a thin protective barrier such as a paper towel. Icing is most effective in the first 24 hours following the procedure. Sleeping with your head slightly elevated can also reduce any residual swelling.


• Do not apply makeup or mascara on or near the tattooed area for 7 days. Purchase new makeup or mascara to avoid contamination or bacterial infection. 


No lash extensions for at least 7 days post appointment.

• Do not scrub or pick at the tattooed area. Doing so can cause the pigment underneath to be pulled out. Allow the epithelial skin to flake off by itself.


• Do not use makeup remover or creams and avoid pools and hot tubs for two weeks.


• With freshly washed hands, you may gently cleanse the eye area with tepid water. Avoid cleansers, soap and washcloths.


• Do not wear contact lenses for 72 hours following the procedure. If possible, use a new pair.
 


Call Artist within 4-6 weeks to schedule a touch up session if needed.


Helpful Tip: Sunglasses are recommended to protect the eyes when outside

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