Classic Eyeliner

550$ + sales tax

Permanent Eyeliner treatment is a great solution to the problem of having to apply eye makeup every morning! Permanent liner techniques have been around for many years to allow us to get ready faster and easier. This type of semi-permanent makeup uses a micro-needle to implant a small amount of cosmetic pigment (from medium brown for blondes to dark black for brunettes) into the top layer of your skin to create a look of eyeliner.

(This ink is permanent, but it must be reapplied every three to five years. Without this reapplication, the liner will fade.) Eyeliner tattoos come in several shapes, styles, and thicknesses. From small and elegant upper liner would work perfectly for every day to a heavier and more dramatic look. A wing or/and lower lid liner can be added.

Facts about permanent eyeliner

Our semi-permanent liners differ from regular tattoos. It only lasts 1.5-5 years and going to slowly fade over time. Regular tattoos inject color deep into the skin whereas semi-permanent eyeliner puts pigment slightly past the surface level of your skin.

How much pain will I experience?

You shouldn't feel much pain because this is a non-invasive treatment. Since it is still a form of tattooing, we add numbing cream before proceeding with the procedure so you’re as comfortable as possible. Cream to numb sensitivity is available for comfort.

No makeup

No makeup can be used for three weeks after this service due to skin healing. If you wear contact lenses or get eyelash extensions: Please, remove your extensions at least 5 days prior to your appointment.

You also should remove your contacts before the procedure begins. Please, bring your eyeglasses to wear right after the appointment. In a couple of days, once your swelling goes away you can return to wearing contacts.

Length of results:

It depends on many many factors such as your age, your skin care products, your type of skin, your lifestyle, etc. Some patients’ liners may last up to five years, but the eyeliner usually fades after the three-year mark.

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Classic eyeliner in the middle picture vs lash line only and eyeshadow liner

The thickness of the liner:

For people who are not used to wearing much makeup daily, we recommend just a thin line. Even a tiny amount of liner can enhance the look of your eyes. For people who like to wear eyeliner every day, we can offer a medium to a bolder liner to add more definition.

1. Consultation

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. Shape Drawing

Drawing the shape with a disposable surgical marker. Do not worry, we are not going to start the procedure before we get your acceptance on the shape and thickness of your future permanent eyeliner.

4. 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.

5. 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).

  • Glaucoma: You are only at risk if you are visiting us for permanent eyeliner, due to the mild pressure on your eyes that this procedure requires, this may worsen your condition.
  • Fillers or Botox around your eyes 3 weeks before the appointment.
  • Breastfeeding or pregnant.
  • Recent surgeries (please contact your doctor)
  • Significant heart issues (consult with your doctor first)
  • Using blood thinners (please check with your doctor if can be discontinued around the time of your lip appointment)
  • Transplanted organs.
  • Diseases/ Infections that could challenge healing.
  • Accutane (have to wait a year)
  • Hemophiliac
  • Prone to scarring.
  • Chemotherapy (Please consult with your doctor. Usually, it has to be at least two months before going through chemotherapy)
  • Epilepsy
  • Hepatitis
  • Diabetes -if not regulated
  • Cardiovascular problems.

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Fresh classic eyeliner

  • Have a Pacemaker (contact your doctor)
  • Having a cold, covid, flu, viral infection, high fever, etc. around the time of your appointment.
  • Autoimmune disorders (case by case basis)
  • Laser treatment in the past 30 Days.
  • Healing problems.

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.

1 month prior to procedure


  • Stop using “anti-aging” such as Retinol, vitamin C, and hydraulic acids. It will fade your pigments a lot faster if used before a PMU appointment or before healing is completed (3-4 weeks after)
  • Botox or filler close to your permanent makeup area.

2 weeks prior to procedure

  • Stop the use of tanning beds and sunbathing.

1 weeks prior to procedure

(*If you are taking or medically prescribed anything listed below consult with your doctor before your procedure.)

  • Naproxen, Advil, Motrin, and Ibuprofen.
  • If needed, you may take extra strength Tylenol/Acetaminophen.
  • Extreme sun exposure (tanning beds/sunbathing).
  • Marijuana and smoking.
  • DHA supplements, turmeric, fish oils, vitamin e, niacin, and cayenne supplements.
  • Any blood thinners along with anything that may cause your blood to thin. Including B6, Niacin, omega 3, Evening primrose, Vitamin E, Gingko Biloba, Ibuprofen, or Aspirin.
  • No waxing around the treated area.

1-3 days prior to procedure


  • Caffeine. Do not consume more than 250mg of caffeine a day, including Coffee, tea, etc. (No more than a half a cup daily.)
  • Any alcohol. (No red wine.)

Day of procedure


  • No makeup on the treated area.
  • Extreme exercise (You may do light workouts such as yoga or walking).
  • No caffeine or alcohol 24 hours before your appointment.

Bring with you:

  • Any inspirational pictures you may have of your desired look for the procedure.
  • Bring a case for your contact lenses. Must be taken off before the procedure.


Day 1 (Day of procedure)

  • We will be sending you home with a pack of cotton rounds soaked in a mixture of soap and water in it. Please wipe your eyelids gently with it once an hour for 4 hours after the procedure (to remove the lymph on top of your skin).
  • Other than that, try to keep your eyes dry (no swimming or using the sauna) and keep your eyes as you can while taking shower.
  • If your eyes swell, you may take anti-inflammatory medication.
  • Do not touch anywhere near your eye area.
  • No excessive exercise for the first week.
  • Before bedtime, we recommend icing your eyes with a clean, cold cloth.
  • Do NOT apply ice directly to the eyes.

Day 2

  • You can expect the eyes to be swollen the day after. The amount of swelling varies on the person’s age, health, medications taken as well as eyeliner size.
  • Swelling will start decreasing on the second day.

Day 3

  • Your skin will be dry. You can use a thin layer of healing ointment such as Aquaphor or Grapeseed oil. Adding too much will prevent the skin from breathing, causing irritation and dermatitis.
  • Only apply ointment if necessary.
  • If you experience any negative reactions stop applying ointment and contact your doctor.
  • Keep your skin hydrated with ointment for 2 weeks until scabs are gone, helping skin renew faster.
  • For the first week, you should avoid exposing your eyes to the sun, water on your eyes, saunas, pools, and sweating.
  • No makeup for 3 weeks!
  • Please, do not touch the scabs, this could slow down the healing.
  • Wait at least 4 weeks before using any exfoliating products or creams containing acid.
  • It takes full 4 weeks for the pigment to completely show through. Please, be patient. At the end of that time, you’d be able to decide if you need to schedule a touch-up (if pigment did not take in some areas).
  • We suggest waiting 8 weeks for a touch-up to provide extra healing time for clients.

The Healing Phase: What to expect

Days 1-3

  • Some symptoms you may experience are occasional swelling and redness.
  • Your liner will appear thicker, 2-3 shades darker.

Days 4-7

  • Your liner starts scabbing. Once scabs fall off, the eyeliner will become very light. Please, do not touch your scabs!

Days 7-10

  • Your liner may appear lighter in color and possibly patchy in this time frame. Give 3-6 weeks for true color to show up and for patchiness to go away.

Day 11- Week 8

  • Your skin will begin to heal, and the liner will darken.
  • Younger skin may take about 4 weeks of healing whereas older skin typically takes 6-8 weeks in healing time.
  • Once the skin looks healed, it’s normal for there to be spotty pigment parts. Your skin appears significantly lighter when your scabs fall off. Color of skin lightens 30-40%

Other important information

1. Please note that the healed look of your permanent eyeliner also varies depend on your skin type (oily skin, loose skin, dry skin, unhealthy skin), and overall health condition.

2. Some medications that have been noted to affect the healed results of  permeant cosmetics

3. It is important to use good skincare hydration and use sunscreen daily. Doing so will give you better results and increase the duration of your permanent eyeliner.

4. If you develop any of the following symptoms, contact a doctor:

  • Redness
  • Green or yellow discharge
  • Extreme swelling
  • Fever
  • Tenderness


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