Lashline enhancements or permanent eyeliner are the best way to get professionally applied eyeliner regardless of the time or day.
A lash line enhancement can add subtle colour and definition to the lash lines, creating the appearance of fuller, thicker lashes. Permanent eyeliner varies from a thicker, bolder line that makes the eyes ‘pop’ to a medium line that widens and enhances the eye and gives the appearance of being awake and alert.
Lash line enhancements emphasise the lash line by implanting microdots between each lash. For bolder looks, you can choose the thickness that is applied along the lash line using a steady line. Both permanent eyeliner and lash line enhancement can be added to the lower and upper eyelids.
You’ll never have to worry about uneven or smudged eyeliner again! You get a custom-blended colour for the look you desire while taking your skin tone into account.
The first step is to make sure your lashes don’t have any mascara on them. Eyelash extensions must also be removed before treatment, even if you only have a couple of strands. We don’t recommend you have this treatment if you’ve got an eye infection or irritation. It can be uncomfortable or problematic to wear contact lenses during the procedure. The artist will use an anaesthetic along the lash line before applying the liner, giving you a better idea of your design.
The following restrictions are to ensure your skin is in the best possible condition for an amazing microblading procedure.
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The lash eyeliner can last between two and five years, depending on many factors. Do not run water over the eyes for the next five days after treatment. You shouldn’t wear makeup, especially mascara, during this period, either. You can use cleanser around your eyes but should not run the cleanser through your lash bed.
We don’t recommend getting a tattoo while breastfeeding, and we cannot tattoo your body while you’re pregnant. We recommend that you allow any cosmetic injectables (fillers and Botox) to wear off before getting your tattoo treatment. If you’d like to know when you can rebook for Botox treatments, please consult with our injectable nurses and your tattoo artist. The timing can vary depending on what area is being treated, e.g., eyeliner, brows.