- 4 hr4 hours
- From 150 Canadian dollarsFrom $150
- Mayumi Beauty Lab
Eyeliner tattoo, also known as permanent eyeliner or cosmetic eyeliner tattooing, is a procedure that involves depositing pigment along the lash line to create the appearance of defined and enhanced eyeliner. It is a form of permanent makeup that aims to save time and effort in daily makeup application. During the procedure, we use a fine needle or a tattooing device to carefully apply the pigment along the upper or lower lash line, or both, based on the client's preference. The colour and thickness of the eyeliner can be customized to achieve the desired look, ranging from a subtle and natural lash enhancement effect to a more dramatic and bold style, classic eyeliner, soft eyeliner, or a combination of both. The procedure generally takes around 2-4 hours to complete, and a numbing cream will be applied beforehand and in between to minimize discomfort. After the initial procedure, some swelling, redness, or slight discomfort may occur, but these usually subside within a few days. The pigment initially appears darker but gradually lightens over time as the skin heals. Touch-up sessions may be required after 8 weeks to perfect the shape and colour, or if one wants to change style like upgrading from a lash enhancement to a stardust eyeliner. Over time, the pigments of the tattoo may fade or require minor adjustments due to factors such as sun exposure, natural skin exfoliation, or individual preferences. While the treatment is a generally safe and well-tolerated procedure, there are certain contraindications that may prevent individuals from undergoing the treatment. It is important to consider the following contraindication before scheduling an appointment: Pregnant or breastfeeding Allergic to Lidocaine Viral infections and/or diseases Epilepsy Had an organ transplant Blood borne conditions such as HIV or Hepatitis Skin cancer or undergoing chemo or radiation treatments Diabetic Accutane in the past year Skin complications on the area (Psoriasis, Keratosis Pilaris, Eczema, Dermatitis, Sunburn etc.) It is crucial to discuss any existing medical conditions, medications, or concerns with our qualified technician before undergoing the treatment. This ensures that the procedure is safe and suitable for your individual circumstances, promoting optimal results and minimizing potential risks.
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