The shape and size of the eyes can be improved by optical illusion with line or with colour change. Enhancing features of the eyes or illusions have been practiced by makeup artists for years. The extreme precision of small needles in micropigmentation allow a definition that is not possible with the pencil or eyeliner … and the line remains in place!

Wherever you put darkness is where your eye is drawn to, which means eyeliner allows you to change the shape of your eyes. You don’t have to go under the knife for bigger-looking eyes.

Depending on your specific request, a thinner or thicker line can be drawn. The effects vary from subtle and natural to a more dramatic and intense look.

The procedure involves the use of highly specialized techniques and machines that allow the pigment to be gently injected into the eyelids and lash line.

Classic eyeliner

This is a technique which a thin line is applied throughout and above the eyelashes of your top lid.

This is perfect for those who wants to create more angles and add a hint of sexiness. A small extent “wing” contributes to lengthen the width of your eyes and elevating your look. If you have downturned eyes (hooded eyes) you were meant to rock a “cat eye”. However in this case, big size wings can also have a reverse effect. To achieve the right winged tip you must to consider the shape of the eyes. The length of the wing depends largely on the space that appears in the tarsal plate when looking from the front. Exceeding the tails too much can have the opposite effect, as with aging they begin to drag downwards. One last remark: launching the wing before the canthus (outside corner) makes the eyes look smaller. So keep everything in moderation.


Advanced eyeliner

This is the same technique as the classic eyeliners, but thicker.


Shaded eyeliner

It is a specialised advanced technique used to enhance eyeliners or create a softer result, rather than the crisp structured lines of a classic and advanced eyeliner.

It creates a unique result, with different variations of technique and colour to really make the eyes have that little extra sparkle. Shaded eyeliners can be performed using classic black or you can shade with a second colour to add a hint of a pearlescent effect for a softer healed result. This shading technique is ideal for a natural eye accent. And you can choose the length, width and the intensity of the eyeshadow yourself.

Shaded eyeliner is the look you have when you apply pencil and then follow with a small smudging brush to smoke it out.

Lashes enchancement

The upper inner rim doesn’t always get as much attention as its lower counterpart, but in some cases it’s an equally important area to define. Applying black eyeliner to your upper rim will intensify your lashline, giving you natural looking definition without the hard edge of a liner. It will appear as if you have thicker and darker lashes. A dark line in the upper rim makes a world of difference for those who have a few and light coloured lashes.

Bottom eyeliner

The bottom line can be applied in different lengths, 1/3, 1/2, 3/4 or full eyeliner, according to client preference, shape and size of the eyes. It is better not do very thick eyeliner on the bottom. It can be compact, soft or smoky. There is also the option to make the waterline eyeliner.

Normal eyeliner - medium or thick, similar to the effect of pencil eyeliner. Suitable for people who do not leave home without putting on eyeliner

Soft eyeliner - thin line. Accentuates the eyes discreetly in a very natural way.

Waterline eyeliner - medium to thick line applied on the wet part of the eyes.

What are the benefits of permanent eyeliner?

  • Define and improve the your eyes
  • No more smudges, smears, or worn-off eyeliner
  • Great for people with allergies to cosmetic products
  • Enhances the lash line
  • Saves time and money
  • Great for people with unsteady hands or vision problems
  • Swimming, shower or exercising without the eyeliners running
  • Ideal for total eyelash loss due to Alopecia

What will I look like immediately after?

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.

What are the pre-care instructions?

  • Please do not wear any eye makeup to your appointment.
  • Contacts lenses should be removed prior to procedure and refrain from wearing them for a minimum of 4 hours after procedure is finished.
  • Avoid sun and tanning one week prior to procedure.
  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil, or Ibuprofen 24 hours before the procedure.
  • No steroid shots 30 days before procedure.
  • No alcohol or caffeine the day of the procedure, this will minimize any oozing or swelling after the procedure.
  • Avoid any anti-aging treatments, such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels, lasers or facials at least 2 weeks before your appointment.
  • Do not opt for any facial injections at least 1 month prior to your procedure.
  • Do not have eyelash extensions. You must have your eyelash extensions removed one week prior to coming in for your permanent eyeliner appointment.
  • Do not use Latisse for a minimum of 3 months prior to the procedure. Other lash serums must be discontinued for a minimum of 1 month prior to the procedure. The reason is that those types of serums are very harsh on the eyelids and make your lids quite fragile for cosmetic tattooing. As a result, your eyelids will bleed and bruise. You may resume using lash serum 2-4 weeks after the touch up appointment.