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So you are considering permanent eyeliner so that you can wake up with beautifully enhanced eyes everyday without the hassle of makeup? Well you've come to the right place. On this page you will find a wealth of information to answer all of your questions!

All permanent makeup procedures require a MINIMUM of 2 sessions. Some skin types will require a third touchup which will not be included in the cost.

The eyelid is an EXTREMELY sensitive area and bruising, swelling and redness is perfectly normal for a few days following the procedure. In some cases with large, bold eyeliner extreme swelling for 3-4 days may be present.

Eyeliner Tattoo Techniques


Lash Line Enhancement

This technique provides the most natural eyeliner look. The tattoo sits solely inside the lash line creating a darker, denser lash line. This look will be virtually undetectable for those worried about looking "too made up" as it does not go above the lash line at all.

Lash line enhancement is the best option for those with heavily hooded or creased lids.

Lash Line Enhancement

Classic Eyeliner

Classic eyeliner is a more bold form of eyeliner. It will replicate the look of liquid liner with crisp, clean edges and a fully saturated, dark look. Classic liner can be winged or not depending on personal preference. 

One thing to note about winged liner is that not everyone is a candidate. Those with low creases or a small amount of lid space will not be able to have the wing done. Additionally, the wing cannot be done a dramatic as topical makeup.

Redness, swelling and bruising are normal for this type of eyeliner and may persist for a few days following the procedure.

Classic Top and Bottom Liner

Smokey Eyeliner

Smokey eyeliner is a technique that creates a softer, smokey line as opposed to a crisp, stark line. It will blur and soften the edges. Colors such as brown may be used to provide a gradient effect. 

This technique can be done on any classic eyeliner shape.

Smokey Whipshaded Eyeliner

Eyeliner Tattoo Information

During appt

What to expect during your appointment

The initial appointment will be around 2 hours so please plan accordingly.

-the first 30-45 minutes will be eyeliner mapping. During this portion I will map out the design, attain your approval and check for symmetry.

-I will apply a protective eye drop to keep the eye moisturized during the procedure.

-numbing and paperwork

-eyeliner work

-once the initial work has been completed I will clean the area and rinse the eyeball.

-I will then put an after care sealer on the brow and set you free!


Detailed Aftercare

Eyeliner Cosmetic Tattooing Care and Information
Proper care following your procedure is important and required to achieve optimum results. Keep in mind that some intensity of color will be lost, and /or the color may heal unevenly. This is normal for some procedures, especially after the initial application. This is the reason for the follow up appointment, to fill in any light areas, to go a little darker or thicker if desired, and to adjust shape or color if needed. Please read and follow the directions provided.

1. Wash your hands before touching any treated area.
2. Cool packs (not frozen) may be used to help reduce swelling. Dampen paper towels or cotton pads with filtered/bottled water and place in the fridge for 30 minutes….10 minutes on and 10 minutes off. Cooling the area is most beneficial the first 24 hours. Sleeping slightly elevated may also help in the reduction of swelling. Swelling can last a 3-5 days after procedure in some cases.
3. Blotting your procedure. We have created a wound and all wounds weep body fluids (some will weep more and for a longer
period than others). Blotting off these fluids and excess pigment is critical to a good result and optimum color retention. If these fluids are allowed remain on the tattooed area and accumulate, you will get heavier scabbing. Heavy scabbing can pull out the pigment which will result in light spots and unevenness of color. Dampen a paper towel with bottle or filtered water…may use sterile water or sterile eyewash as well. Blot your new procedure every 15 minutes upon leaving the studio for the 1st day. Continue until weeping has subsided. The following three days please blot the area periodically throughout the day. Please make sure you’re actually blotting the tattooed skin. This can be a tender area to blot but it is important that you do.
4. Washing your procedure. Use a mild cleanser on and around the procedure area. DO NOT use any cleansing products containing
acids (glycolic, lactic, or AHA), or any exfoliates. Dial Soap, Cataphyll, and Neutrogena are good choices. Use a very light touch
cleansing your procedure twice a day. Make sure you rinse off all cleanser. Pat dry. Wait 15 minutes before applying ointment after
getting the procedure wet. Never put ointment on a wet or damp tattoo. Showering- Do not take an exceptionally hot shower and
keep bathroom doors open as to NOT cause a steam effect. Keep your face/procedure out of the water while you do your other shower “stuff” first. At the very end of your shower wash your hair and rinse back away from your face. Wash your face either avoiding procedure area or over procedure area with a very light touch. Do not let the shower spray hit you directly in the face. So your face/procedure will only be getting wet at the very last end of the shower.
5. Absolutely NO pet grooming, gardening, dusting, or anything that causes dust, dirt and dander for a minimum of 72 hours. Waiting 5 full days is best. Wearing glasses outdoors is a good way to protect healing eyeliner. NO EXERCISING FOR 10 DAYS…NO EXCEPTIONS. DO NOT DO ANY ACTIVITY THAT CAUSES SWEAT IN THE AREA OF THE PROCEDURE OR YOUR
6. During your healing process DO NOT expose your new procedures to chemicals, hot tubs, saunas, direct shower spray, hot water, salt water, chlorinated pools, lakes, or ponds. Direct sun exposure and tanning beds should be avoided indefinitely….both are counter-productive to the cosmetic procedure.
7. Absolutely NO topical makeup on the healing procedure(s) for a minimum of 5 days. Topical makeup is bacterial and your new
procedures(s) need adequate time to heal to avoid irritation and/or infection. You may apply your makeup around the new procedure area but avoid applying ON the healing areas. After any eyeliner procedure, please use a new mascara. DO NOT USE an eyelash curler for 2 weeks. This instrument pulls the eyelashes and the tissue containing the eyeliner pigment that surrounds the lashes. You must allow the eyeliner to heal before stressing the tissue in this area. No contact lenses for 5 full days. NO FACIAL, PEELS OR ANY OF THAT FACE STUFF FOR TWO FULL WEEKS!
8. Some tenderness, puffiness (even bruising), redness, and itching is quite normal for the tattoo healing process. DO NOT PICK,
PEEL, OR SCRATCH the treated area as this could result in your color healing uneven, as well as the risk of scarring and infection.
9. Lastly….relax. Don’t worry about a thing. It’s just a tattoo that will lighten, soften and heal in a matter of days. Do exactly as I
have advised you to do OR not to do and all heals well. Complications are extremely rare.


Healing Agenda Eyeliner
Day 1 You will have anywhere from slight to heavy swelling. This depends on the amount of histamines in each client’s body. You may have bruising. You may appear as though you have been crying or have allergies. The eyeliner will appear thicker and darker than what it will heal up to be. No contact lenses for 5 days. No Visine.
Day 2 The morning of day 2 is most likely when the swelling will peak. Plan to use your cool packs! The darker and thicker appearance lingers, and the area will feel tight and tender.
Day 3-4 Less swelling. The eye tissue still feels tight and somewhat drawn. The peeling process begins. Start ointment in 48-72 hours. Some feeling of pinching and itching is quite normal, the ointment will help relieve this feeling.
Day 5-7 Dark outer color continues to flake off and you will see a softer, thinner eyeliner. Color may look grayish or ashy until the color clarifies.
You can go back to wearing your contact lenses at day 5.
***Note. Wait 8 weeks before applying eyelashes or eyelash extensions, as well as using Latisse or any other like products.
Latisse and other like products have been documented to lighten the tattooed color on some occasions***
All procedures are conducted in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) blood borne pathogens standards. Once you leave my facility it is important to follow after care instructions to avoid complications. Tenderness to the area is expected. This is a wound that must heal. Complications are extremely rare, however, if you observe any conditions that are not consistent with the healing agenda descriptions above, such as any sign of infection, pus, red streaks stemming from the treated area, eyeball irritation, or abnormal discharge or conditions please contact me ASAP. Thank you for choosing me as your cosmetic tattoo artist. I look forward to a long and wonderful relationship with you!

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