The Soft Liner or Classic Liner is the next step above the Lash Enhancement Eyeliner. With the Soft and Classic Liner we do the Lash Enhancement Eyeliner plus up above the lash line, for a more enhanced eyeliner look.
The Soft Liner gets its name from the way that eyeliner fades up to a pixelated edge instead of a very defined line. We create a soft dusty or ‘smudged’ line with the Soft Liner technique. Whereas the Classic Eyeliner’s edge is defined and crisp.
The thickness of your liner depends on your desires and the space available on the eyelid.
The Eyeliner can last 2 to 4 years depending on skin type, lifestyle, and age.
Many factors will contribute to your fading, the major factors being skin type, products used, sweat, and sun. Drier skin does hold pigment better than oily skin. Fading is also dependent on how much you sweat and your time in the sun. If you happen to be an avid workout person, or someone who sweats a lot daily, please note that this will eat up your pigment quicker. As well as, sun exposure can break our pigment molecules in which the body can then metabolize the pigment faster.
It is not included, bottom liner is an additional $100 charge. We find about 30% of our eyeliner clients will add the bottoms.
You will want to stop using your lash growth serum a minimum of 4 weeks prior to your appointment. We find 4 weeks not to be enough for clients who have been using lash serums for one year or longer. In this case we recommend a minimum of 8 weeks. Lash growth serums can be resumed 4 weeks after your touch up appointment.
Yes! Your eyes might be a little tender/red after the service but it will not affect your vision or ability to drive.
Yes, we are unable to perform eyeliner services with lash extensions on. We recommend getting them removed no later than 5 days before your eyeliner appointment.
Clients must be 18 years of age or older
If you have previous permanent makeup of any kind. The old must be very light in order for it to show up over top of the old permanent makeup. We ask that you send us a picture or schedule a consultation before booking to ensure a successful appointment.
Must not have any skin irritations or skin condition on or near the eyebrows. This includes eczema, psoriasis, rashes, or contact dermatitis. Must not be pregnant or breastfeeding.
We recommend being finished breastfeeding for at least 12 weeks for the most ideal healed results. This allows hormones to rebalance.
If you are going through chemotherapy you must speak with your doctor, and it must be 4-6 months after you’ve completed your chemo treatments.
Clients who are anemic, have blood deficiencies or iron deficiencies struggle to heal and retain pigment well.
Permanent makeup is not ideal for clients who are in the sun or tan regularly. Not only does it fade the pigment faster, but the sun also fades certain colors in the pigment first. Meaning you can get an off color quicker (turning ashy and cool toned).
Must not have used Accutane for a minimum of 1 year Must not be using any Retin-A, Retinol, or any acid product for 4 weeks before your appointment.
*If you have a fair amount of broken capillaries on the eyelid. Please schedule an in person consultation to determine if you are a good candidate for the eyeliner procedure.
4 Weeks Before: Stop the use of any lash growth serums, retinol products, chemical peels, laser treatments, Microneedling, or any resurfacing treatments during the 4 weeks prior to the appointment.
5 Days Before: Stop the use of any products that thin the blood that are not medically prescribed. Medications, Aspirin, Advil, ibuprofen or fish oils should be stopped 5 days prior, if possible. Tylenol can be taken for aches and pains within the 5 days. Discontinue the use of any age defying products that may contain any acids. Please remove all Lash extensions 1 week prior to your appointment. You may reapply the lash extensions 2 weeks after your final touch-up session.
24 Hours Before: Please limit any alcohol the night before and limit caffeine and/ or coffee the day of the treatment. 1 cup of coffee or caffeine is okay. No tanning 24 hours before the treatment.
Please consider all the rules below when booking your appointment. Keep in mind any vacations, events, facial appointments, or outings that would interfere with the recommended aftercare in order to avoid any unwanted healed results.
No heavy sweating for a minimum of 4 days. Sweat is salt, we use salt to remove permanent makeup. Please avoid sweating during the after care phase to ensure the best result. If you are an avid workout person (4+ times a week) know that your permanent makeup may fade out at a faster rate and earlier refreshments may be needed.
No swimming for 7 days after your treatment.
Avoid the use of any facial products (e.g. anti-aging creams or acne products) that would contain any acids and retinoids, or lash growth serums until after you have completely healed, 4-6 weeks from your touch up appointment.
Avoid any facials, chemical peels, laser treatments, or resurfacing treatments until after you have completely healed 4-6 weeks from your touch up appointment. The more aggressive the treatment you are desiring, whether it be an advanced chemical peel or resurfacing treatment, the more time that is needed after the permanent makeup treatment.
No tanning for 4-6 weeks after the treatment. Tanning during the healing process can negatively affect the retention and pigment color.
As long as you follow our after care instructions which will be given to you at the time of the appointment. Your healing process will be very simple and take about 7 days for the eyeliner.
The eyes may feel slightly dry today. Clients may experience a bit of swelling on the very first day, most often though it is not noticeable to others. You will be able to go back to work, drive, or do your typical daily routine.
The eyes will be slightly puffy when you wake up this morning, especially for sensitive skin or clients who had a later afternoon appointment and went home to sleep shortly after their eyeliner appointment. Usually by the end of this day the swelling has subsided and the eyes are returning to normal.
The eyeliner will continue to heal. Possibly mild flaking toward the end of the week. The eyes should feel normal these days. No eye makeup until after day 7.