Permanent eyeliner is an increasingly popular form of permanent makeup
(PMU). This procedure is considered permanent because the pigment used to create the line can stay on your skin forever, but the longevity and visibility of colour will fade over time. In fact, it is more of a semi-permanent eyeliner procedure
that eliminates the need for daily eyeliner application.
For the eyeliner tattoo process itself, your artist will clean the area with an approved antibacterial eye cleanser and then apply a numbing cream to reduce discomfort. Micro-droplets of colour pigment are then placed between your eyelashes and under the skin using a special tool. Sometimes this process is done in several passes, or it may be done in several sessions to observe colour absorption.
The Benefits of Permanent Eyeliner
Permanent eyeliner not only looks good every day but also saves a lot of time. You can face the day with confidence, or wake up and go out without feeling naked, even if you don’t have any other makeup on. This is especially a bonus if you already have amazing permanent brows. We call it to wash and wear!
Permanent eyeliner removes blemishes and sensitivity issues. No more irritation, redness, or itching.
Enjoy your outdoor activities including swimming, running, and sweating, and don’t worry about your eyeliner running down your cheeks or looking like a raccoon. Be the girl who looks amazing at the pool or camping! Save time and money on makeup with permanent eyeliner.
Some other benefits of eyeliner tattoos are that you don’t have to deal with “liquid” makeup if you live somewhere hot or humid. Permanent eyeliner can also be a big change for people who can’t wear regular makeup due to sensitivities and allergies, as well as those with vision or dexterity problems like arthritis and Parkinson’s.
How can I make my permanent makeup last longer?
After getting permanent makeup, it requires to take proper care of the area. During the initial healing period, you should avoid scratching and touching the treated area, keeping it moisturized, and keeping unnecessary products or irritants near your eyes. This can include creams, saline eye drops, eyelash serums, and eye makeup. Most people should avoid such things for the first 10 days during their follow-up permanent eyeliner, but everyone is different. Things that must be considered:
- Do not wear contact lenses for 48 hours.
- Do not use mascara until external healing is complete. Don’t use old mascara tubes. No makeup for 10 days.
- Do not use saline eye drops.
- Eyes are sensitive to pet dander, gardening, dust, and dirty hands.
- Don’t do heavy household cleaning like for example, cleaning out a garage or shed where the air is full of dirt — now is not the time! Care must be taken to keep the eyes clean and free of bacteria.
How should I take care of my eyes after permanent or semi-permanent eyeliner?
You can take care of your eyes by cleaning the area regularly, protecting your eyes from sun exposure, and finally following your permanent makeup artist’s after-care instructions. You should also throw out old products like eye makeup and buy new ones to avoid bacterial contamination with semi-permanent eyeliner tattoo.