If you don’t wear a lot of makeup, but feel like you look “washed out” without it, an eyelash enhancement is perfect for you. Only a very small amount of eyeliner color will be deposited throughout your natural lash line to make you appear as if your eyelashes are lush and dark.
Eyelash Enhancement Options
Thick Winged Liner/Butterfly Liner
If you love thick eyeliner and hate putting it on every day, permanent eyeliner is just for you. Thick liner is dramatic and makes your eyes “pop.” Color is applied above the lash line in the style you are used to wearing. Note the example is a thick style with a soft edge.
If you’re used to wearing moderate amounts of makeup every day, medium liner is right for you. A medium amount of color is implanted where you apply your eyeliner, a bit above the lash line, to give you your everyday look.
Thin Eyeliner with a Flick
If your eyelashes are very sparse, and small amounts of eye makeup don’t quite help you get that “awake” look, thin eyeliner is for you. This procedure just adds a thin line right above the lash line, where you would draw in your own eyeliner.
Please call or book online for your complimentary consultation.
Precautions Before Treatment
- Can not be pregnant or nursing
- Do not work out after the procedure.
- Do not tan or have sunburned face.
- Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Omega Fish Oils, or IBUprofen 24 hours before procedure.
- No alcohol or caffeine on the day of the procedure.
- Please note that you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.
Post Care Instructions For Permanent Eyeliner
Please note: Proper care following your procedure is required to achieve optimum results. If the aftercare instructions are not followed correctly, an unpredictable amount of color may be lost. Please follow the directions below as specified by your technician.
- You may use an icepack with a clean barrier such as a tissue for ten minutes maximum per hour for the first 72 hours. An aftercare ointment may be recommended to be applied AM and PM (and in between if needed) with new cotton swabs and gently dabbed along the eyelashes of the upper and lower lids. DO NOT DOUBLE DIP. This means that you must always use a new cotton swab when you touch a swab to your eyes area. The ointment is used to prevent infection and minimize crusting. Do not get any ointment into your eyes—if this happens rinse eyes with water.
- Avoid touching the eye area except for clean cotton swabs and any clean warm compresses.
- Keep the treatment area dry and clean, do not apply creams or makeup around the tattooed area.
- You should expect a certain amount of mattering around the eyelashes in the morning, and /or swelling of the eyelids, caused by natural nighttime fluid retention. The eye area may be cleaned gently with clean, warm compresses.
- You may experience some itchiness or irritation. Under no circumstance should you pick, scratch, or rub the eyelid margins or make any attempt to remove crusty material along the eyelashes. Removal of the crusts may result in removal of the actual pigment.
- Baths and showers are permitted as long as the face does not become wet. Avoid swimming pools for at least two weeks. After two weeks or after the pigment scabs over (whichever comes first), you may resume all normal methods of swimming and bathing.
- Mascara and eyeliner are not permitted for the first 10 days or until the pigment scabs over. After this time, all regular makeup can be resumed without any further complications.
- Do not wear contact lenses during the procedure. Contact lenses may be resumed after flaking is complete
- For the first 24 to 48 hours, it is not unusual to experience some light sensitivity, and the use of dark sunglasses is permitted and recommended. We recommend wearing sunglasses for the first week following the procedure; sunbathing of the face is permitted only with the use of protective sunglasses.
- Avoid tanning beds and sun exposure for two weeks or until the treatment area heals.
- Be especially careful not to touch your eyes if you have pets, as bacteria can easily be transferred.
Please call us if any of the following symptoms occur:
- Excessive swelling that moves outside of the procedure’s area.
- Inflammation, itchiness, or irritation of the tissue around the procedure’s area after 72 hours.
- Oozing of yellowish secretion or sharp pain in the procedure’s area.
- Due to exposure to environmental bacteria during the healing period, there is always a high risk of infection to the procedure site.