Eye Liner with Flirt Brows & Beauty Studios!
What is Eye Liner?
Permanent eyeliner is one of the best ways to always have your eyes on! The morning beauty ritual can be one of the best parts of your day.
A cup of coffee, your favorite music, and the ritual of a shower, hair styling, and makeup. But throw in a couple of kids, or recovering from a late night out, a busy career, or just a jam packed schedule, and you have a disaster. You’re running around like a crazy person trying to get to work on time and still look presentable!
Permanent eyeliner is one of the best ways to skip a step altogether. Plus, you always look like you have your makeup on no matter what your morning brings: no more smearing, say goodbye morning eyes, and you can be ready in an instant when you need to be.
The best part about permanent eyeliner is just that – it’s permanent. We’ve all used the expression, “Hold on. I have to put my eyes on.” We know the difference between “no eye makeup” and “eye makeup” is dramatic. Once you have permanent eyeliner, your eyes are “on” all the time.
Second to waking up with your eye makeup on, is the “no smear” factor. You can rub your eyes, cry, enjoy a great workout, and never have to worry about smearing. You look your very best – all the time.
Permanent Eyeliner is Hypoallergenic
Many women are allergic to cosmetics, and eyes are especially sensitive. Synthetic chemicals and fragrances can be irritating, often causing itchy watery eyes. In worst case scenarios, cosmetic allergies cause unsightly swelling. Permanent eyeliner eliminates all of those side effects and still allows you to have the eyes you have always wanted. Make sure to talk to your tech before the procedure to make sure this is right for you.
Are you sensitive to cosmetics? Talk to your dermatologist about permanent makeup options and throw away all those wasted tubes of makeup you couldn’t wear. It’s liberating!
Permanent Eyeliner is Designed For Any Aesthetic
Whether you prefer bold stand out eyeliner, or soft subtler shades, our permanent cosmetic professional will work with you to create the look you want. It’s often recommended that you go a little understated with permanent makeup for a more natural effect. You can always enhance it for big nights out or when you want to show off a little more flair. You want a look that is becoming and looks natural for your eyes.
They say that eyes are the window to the soul and permanent eyeliner is the best solution to highlight your own eyes to let your soul shine through.
Eye Liner After Care
Aftercare Instructions for Eyes
In addition to the general aftercare instructions, please follow these specific eyeliner instructions.
Immediately after the procedure, the eyelids will be slightly swollen. Because of the swelling, the eyeliner will appear to be much thicker and can be distorted. Also, the color will appear to be extremely dark, even when soft colors are used. In 2-3 days, the liner will be reduced to the desired thickness and will be more even as the swelling goes down. The color will lighten as the healing process progresses. Full healing is complete within 4-6 weeks. After that, your final color and shape can be assessed and touched up if necessary.
Following the procedure, you can expect any of the following: mild to moderate swelling, redness, bruising and bloodshot eyes. If the swelling persists beyond 48 hours or becomes worse, or if the eyes become inflamed (red, itchy, watery, etc.) please seek medical attention. Please call us if this happens. This is a very rare occurrence, but it can develop in patients with extremely sensitive eyes.
- Remember, place nothing on the treated area (except your aftercare product) until healed. This this means no makeup, creams, water (except for cleansing as detailed below), etc.
- After your procedure, your skin will start forming a protective scab. You may see fluid or ooze on the skin from lymph secretion. The fluid should be dabbed and blotted off with a sterile gauze pad. It can crust the skin over and prevent it from breathing and healing.
- After 24 hours, clean the treated area daily with mild warm water and non-alcohol soap. Apply soapy solution on a sterile gauze and blot 4 to 5 times to clean. Then blot completely dry. Use patting motions only. No Scrubbing. No rubbing. No wiping. No scratching. Make sure the area is completely dry because germs love moisture!
- In the morning, if eyes are stuck together, use a wet Q-tip and gently separate. Do not rub, peel or pick. Follow instructions for cleaning and for aftercare product application.
- Apply the provided aftercare product on the clean and dry treated areas. Place the product on the scabs that are beginning to form. You should apply 2 to 4 times daily until completely healed. If you place the product on the area and it is not dry, this may cause irritation or an infection, and could lead to color loss.
- Please apply the aftercare product gingerly and don’t cake it on. However, try to cover the protective scabs completely. Try to put it directly on the scabs. The skin must be able to breathe to heal. Too much product may actually fade the pigment. It is specifically meant to put on the scabs and to keep them soft so they stay on longer. Pat, and do not rub, the ointment on the area with a with a Q-tip. If you put too much on, then blot off the excess ointment with a sterile gauze.
- If your scabs become hard and rope-like, they can fall off in big chunks and take the ink with them. Soft scabs that flake off on their own are the key to successful ink retention. Do not try to rush the scab-flaking process.
- You can stop using ointment when you have no more scabs. This can last 4 to 10 days, but sometimes as long as 14 days. It is hard to say because people have different healing periods.
- Do not use saline eye drops or mascara until healed 14 days. Do not use old tubes of mascara. Replace old tubes with new ones. Old eye makeup can contaminate wounds.
- Do not wear contact lenses after the procedure for 24 hours.