If you prefer not to use permanent eyeliner, however, you still want the appearance of thicker and fuller lashes effortlessly, lash-line enhancement is a procedure that might be the answer. This technique is perfect for people who’d like for their eyes to “pop” out without having a liner look.
To have your lash line look more defined, we can implant a small amount of cosmetic pigment right under top layer of your skin along your lashes.(no wings added or going above your natural lash line. This treatment is semi-permanent and only lasts for few years. The pigment will fade overtime as your skin exfoliates.
We work with our clients to pick a style and a pigment for eyer eyeliner. You can either wear your normal eyeliner to show us what you like or bring any pictures or videos that inspire you. We will go over important post-care instructions to insure the best healing results
2. Preparing for the procedure
We use alcohol wipes to disinfect the skin. After we will pre-numb the skin to make the procedure more comfortable.
3. Starting Procedure
When the skin becomes numb, we will begin using a PM machine to add pigment. We start by creating a line by puncturing the top level of the skin and implanting multiple small dots to saturate the skin with the desired pigment.
4. Cleaning up work
Once the saturation of the color we picked gets high enough, we will clean up the work then you are all done! This normally takes about 1 hour to deposit the right amount of pigment
Is semi-permanent Makeup for everyone?
Sadly, not everyone can get semi-permanent makeup. There are certain reasons you may not be able to, however, the majority of people can receive this treatment. before clients go through with the treatment, they will be informed of any conditions that make them eligible for the treatment.
Some of these are:
*(If any of the below apply to you, we ask that you have a written doctors note that approves you can continue with the procedure).
If a client disregards anything on this list, we are within our rights to cancel the appointment and the client's deposit will be forfeited. When in doubt, request a doctor's note.