Eyeliner: Expectations & AfterCare
SEMI-PERMANENT EYELINER PRE-CARE, EXPECTATIONS & AFTER CARE
Semi-permanent Eyeliner or Lash Line Enhancement is a procedure to enhance the eyes. While Lash Line Enhancement (a.k.a. Lash Liner) gives the eyes the most natural pop by filling in between the lashes and just right on the water line; Eyeliner gives a more dramatic or bold effect, depending on the thickness of it that goes on the top of the lash line.
Plan on arriving 45 minutes in advance for paper work and numbing process!
1 Month Prior: Please Stop usage of all type of lash growth serums. Your lash line will be extremely sensitive. Pigment will not take well.
Do not wear contact lens before the appointment and 48 hours after. The area is still tender.
Bring sunglasses. Your eyes could be light sensitive, and puffy or dilated immediately after.
Eyes will be a bit swollen, red or puffy immediately after the procedure and within 24-48 hours.
There will be swelling/puffiness the following morning when you wake up. This will be the worst of all the swelling. Do not be alarmed. Swelling is a natural reaction of your body to trauma.
Most clients normally return to work in 1-2 days.
Pigment will appear intensely black immediately after the procedure. As you are going through the healing process, pigment will soften. As time goes by, the black color in the pigment will slowly lose its intensity.
Semi-Permanent Eyeliner is not meant to take the place of dramatic evening makeup. You may need to add to your eyeliner, once healed, to achieve a dark dramatic effect. This is normal.
Semi-permanent eyeliner or lash liner is a procedure that meant to “enhance” the eyes, not “overpowering” the eyes. As a rule of thumb, don’t over-do it!
We do not recommend doing brown, as mentioned, the black color in pigment will lose the intensity after healed.
DURING YOUR APPOINTMENT:
Your artist will discuss what your goals are. Your artist will then draw the lash liner or the eyeliner shape for you to see.
If you have had eyeliner done, depending on how deep the previous work was done and the kind of ink that was used, there is no guaranteed that our pigment will take 100%.
Your artist will recommend what is best for you and your eye shape based on her expertise.
Will be given on a print out sheet by your artist.