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Lash Enhancement Eyeliner

Your eyes are the first thing people notice about you. Eyeliner is an amazing way to enhance your eyes and feel more confident effortlessly.

Your eyes are the first thing people notice, and if you're like most women – people think you look sick, tired, or stressed when you don’t have eye makeup on. Lash Enhancement Eyeliner is a thin line that is applied to your lash line, top line only, making your lashes look longer and darker, and your eyes pop!

There is absolutely no pain with eyeliner! Seriously, none at all. 100% of our clients who have had eyeliner done said they did not feel any pain; they could only feel the vibration. We use prescription-grade numbing cream, which effectively numbs the thin skin around your eye.

Permanent eyeliner allows you to swim, shower, or exercise without having makeup smudges. It provides safety and convenience to people with oily skin, vision problems, or unsteady hands. Eye doctors also recommend permanent eyeliner to patients who wear contact lenses, have watery eyes, or are allergic to regular makeup.

Permanent eyeliner is amazing because it saves you time every morning getting ready! Just imagine all the time you'll save! Lash enhancement eyeliner will have you waking up feeling beautiful and confident every single morning, lasting two to three years!

Eyeliner frames your eyes and makes your eyelashes appear darker, fuller, or thicker. It enhances the shape and symmetry of your eyes, creating the illusion of bigger, more open eyes. Additionally, eyeliner can intensify eye colour, making your eyes appear more alluring.

Your eyeliner requires a 6-week touch-up. If you decide to go thicker, bolder, or make any adjustments to your eyeliner, this is the perfect time for us to do it. We are always conservative during your initial appointment because we can add more during your touch-up.


Am I A Good Candidate for Eyeliner?

  • Under the age of 18: Eyeliner enhancement is not recommended for those under 18.

  • Blood thinners or blood disorders: Discontinuing blood thinners or having a blood disorder may require a doctor's clearance before the procedure.

  • Pregnant or nursing: Due to hormonal fluctuations, it's best to wait until after pregnancy and breastfeeding to get eyeliner enhancement.

  • Accutane in the last 6 months: Accutane can thin the skin, making it unsuitable for eyeliner application during this timeframe.

  • History of keloid scarring: Keloid scarring can be a risk factor for eyeliner tattoos.

  • Chemotherapy: Eyeliner enhancement is not recommended during chemotherapy treatment.

  • Eyelid surgery in the last 6 months: Allow your eyelids to heal completely after any eyelid surgery before eyeliner enhancement.


If you answered yes to any of the above, a consultation with your doctor and technician is recommended to determine if eyeliner enhancement is right for you.

How To Prepare For Your Eyeliner Tattoo

To ensure a smooth and successful eyeliner procedure, here's how you can prepare:

4 Weeks Before:

  • Discontinue use of any eyelash growth serums. These can affect pigment retention.

2 Weeks Before:

  • Avoid retinols, AHAs, BHAs, chemical peels, and any other skin-sensitizing agents. These can make the skin around your eyes more sensitive during the procedure.

  • Additionally, avoid eyelash extensions at this time.

48 Hours Before:

  • Discontinue use of NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) like aspirin or ibuprofen, as they can thin the blood and increase bleeding.

  • Similarly, avoid caffeine and alcohol for 48 hours before, as they can also act as blood thinners.

  • Skip wearing eye makeup, mascara, or any other products around your eyes.

Day of Appointment:

  • Please wear glasses instead of contact lenses. Contacts can be difficult to wear during the procedure and may need to be removed frequently.

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