Eyeliner and Lash Enhancement Tattoo:
Maybe you hate applying your eyeliner daily, or you aren’t able to apply it as precisely as you’d like, or maybe you just hate the constant struggle of trying to achieve the perfect cat eye. Whatever your reasons, you may find a solution in semi-permanent eyeliner or lash enhancement.
Please read FAQs, before care, after care,
medical precautions below before filling out your booking form.
Avoid blood thinners 3 days prior. Avoid alcohol, Aspirin, Advil, Aleve, fish oils and certain vitamins 24hrs beforehand to prevent bleeding and bruising, and make sure you haven't taken Accutane within six months of getting tattooed, because it can affect your healing process.
Botox or other injections in the eye area? you should definitely get that done before having the eyeliner applied. You should also make sure you’re fully healed at least two weeks before you’re scheduled to have your liner applied.
If you’re pregnant or nursing, or have diabetes or other serious illnesses that affect your immune system and ability to heal, you may not be an ideal candidate and will need to come with a signed consent from your doctor.
Lash Enhancement Tattoo
lash-enhancement tattoo is a semi-permanent treatment that places pigment along your top OR bottom lash lines (not your waterline). "The tattoo itself can be super thick or as thin as your own natural lashes, and it doesn't have a flick or extended tip.
"It's just to fill in the lashes to create the illusion of thicker, darker, and completely fuller lashes without looking lined or like obvious makeup."
Session $300 120min service time
2 sessions are recommended for best results. 50% off 2nd session when a touch up is booked within 4-6 weeks
Winged liner add $150 +60min service time
Smoky liner add $150 +45-60min service time
add $150 for both (upper and lower) lash line
To Book, please fill out the online form located at the bottom of this page
if you’re thinking you’re ready for a cosmetic tattooing procedure, it is important to know that the results of your semi permanent makeup will be based on the health and quality of your skin. Results will vary from person to person, and if you have a pre-existing skin condition or are on medications, you may still be eligible for a procedure but should adjust your expectations based on your situation. Like any procedure, every person is unique and will react differently. If all checks out and your skin is in good physical condition.
Terms and Conditions FAQs
Eyeliner/lash enhancement is not recommended for clients with the following conditions:
Pregnant or nursing
Under 18yrs old
Botox or dermal fillers in the brow or upper face area within the last 6 months
Taken accutane in the past 1.5 years AND your skin has not regulated
Diabetic (Client must bring a signed consent letter from their doctor)
Autoimmune disorders (Client must bring a signed consent letter from their doctor)
Organ Transplant (Client must bring a signed consent letter from their doctor)
Chemotherapy in the past year
Contagious diseases, viral infections or the common cold
Epileptic Seizures (Client must bring a signed consent letter from their doctor)
Lash Extensions must be removed 5 days prior
Within one month of a chemical peel-skin should not be in process of healing before procedure
Active Sunburn or Frostbite
Current use of products with ingredients such as alpha or beta hydroxyls (Retin-A) Dicontinue use 14 days prior to procedure
Allergies to bacitracin
Use of blood thinning drugs or blood pressure medications
History of Keloid or hypertrophic scarring
Allergies to ingredients in topical numbing creams, lidocaine, metals (iron, nickel, etc.)
How long does it last? lasts 1 to 2 years for most people, before it usually needs a touch up
Does it hurt? Most clients feel little or no pain. A topical numbing anesthetic is used before and during the procedure.
How long is the procedure? It usually takes 2 hours, with most of the time spent consulting, picking out colors, measuring the face and drawing your shape.
How should I prepare for my appointment? Please refer to our website and read the before and after care instructions before booking your appointment.
How long does it take to heal? It takes 10 days to heal, 30 days to fully heal. In the first 10 days, you will have to avoid getting them wet, sweating, wearing brow make up, the sun, chlorine, exfoliating creams and working out. Please read our after care instructions.
When should I get a touch up? depending on your activity level (sun, swim, etc.) and skin condition, you may want to refresh your color, but this depends on your personal preference of their appearance.
Who is ineligible for cosmetic tattooing? We also do not provide tattooing for people: under 18 years old, pregnant or nursing, if you have diabetes, glaucoma, skin diseases such as Shingles, psoriasis or eczema on the area of treatment, allergies to makeup, Keloid disorder, HIV/Hepatitis, skin cancer, hemophilia, or if you're taking skin medications like ro-accutaine and steroids.
Not recommended for clients prone to keloid scarring.
How do I book an appointment? Please fill out the pre-check form located at the bottom of this page
Is there a deposit to hold my appointment? Yes, there is $150 deposit to hold your time and date. If you cancel less than 4 days prior to your appointment, your deposit WILL NOT be refunded. Please be certain of your time and date at booking. In the event you must reschedule for a different time or date, there will be an additional $50 rescheduling fee added to your balance.