What is Permanent Eyeliner?

Permanent Eyeliner is a semi-permanent cosmetic treatment that provides a  custom line of color onto the eyelids by implanting pigments into the skin with a permanent makeup machine.

If you have eyelash extensions, please have them removed several days before your appointment and do not replace them until 6 weeks after.
If you use an eyelash enhancement product, like ‘Lash Boost’ or ‘Latisse’, please stop using the product a minimum of 4 weeks prior to your appointment and do not continue using again until 6 weeks after. 
Avoid eye drops for 7 days after your appointment, unless your drops are medically critical for your eye heath. 

On the day of your appointment

Do not wear contact lenses on the day of your appointment.
Avoid alcohol, caffeine, blood thinning medications and working out 24 hrs before and after your appointment.
Please arrive to your appointment with no eye make up or residue on or around your eyes

How do I prepare before my appointment?

The eyeliner healing process is relatively short. Your eyeliner will go through various phases for about 7-10 days.
You can expect swelling during and after the proceduret. Luckily it does not last very long. (24-48 hours)
Day 3-5 you will experience dryness and flaking. 

What can I expect after my appointment?

Eyeliner  is a two part process. A perfecting session is required 6-8 weeks after your initial appointment.

Will I need more than one session?

The longevity of your eyeliner  depends on your skin, health, and lifestyle. On average your eyeliner will last 5-10 years.

How long does it last?

About 2 hours

How long does it take?

Lower Lid : $150
Upper Eyelids : $350
Upper & Lower Eyelids : $450
Add On for Winged, Shaded, or Thick Eyeliners : $100

6 - 8 Week Touch up : $100
Yearly Touchup : $150

 * Your eyeliner preference will be discussed before your procedure.*
A consultation may be required for clients with previous eyeliner by other artists. Touch up pricing will vary depending on the work required - touch up pricing is case by case. 

How much does it cost?

Pregnant or nursing
Diabetic (requires doctors clearance)
Chemotherapy (consult your doctor)
Viral infections and/or diseases
Pacemaker or major heart problems
Organ transplant
Skin irritation or psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
Botox in the past two months
Accutane in the past year
Heart Conditions, uncontrollable high blood pressure, poor general health.
Any treatments, medications, or illness that compromises the immune system/healing would make you not a good candidate for micro pigmentation procedure.

Who's not a good candidate?

questions and answers

most frequently asked

Will I need a driver to my appointment?

No, a driver is not necessary. The swelling is minimal and your vision will not be effected.