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Eyeliner tattoos can be done in a couple of different ways. The most conservative approach is an “eyelash enhancement” tattoo. It is called eyelash enhancement because it tattoos only the base of the lash line to give the illusion of fuller lashes. This technique is minimal and a good fit for any eye shape or size.
The next step up for eyeliners would is a shaded eyeliner with no wing. This technique is also minimal, providing a little more fullness than just the lash line and creating a smudged or smokey look. The shading gives the eyeliner a thicker appearance without looking too harsh and is good for most eye shapes and sizes.
The most dramatic eyeliner technique is shaded eyeliner. This creates a beautiful winged eyeliner, but the shading keeps it soft and subtle. This technique is best for large, open eyes with tight skin, and eyes with no wrinkles. You cannot tattoo a wing over wrinkles because then the creases will make the wing bend and look crooked. Winged eyeliners are not suitable on hooded eyes.
All three eyeliner techniques are subtle and nothing will completely replace bold makeup. Eyeliner makeup sits on top of the skin, so it has a dark, bold appearance while tattooed eyeliner is going in the skin, so it is much lighter and softer. Even black tattoo pigment will never look as dark as black eyeliner makeup. The healed result can replace daily eyeliner for those who wear minimal or more natural eyeliner.
Because the tattoo heals very soft it is not recommended on dark skin because not much of the tattoo will be visible.
We do not offer any lower eyeliner tattoos. The water line is not able to be tattooed so the lower liner ends up giving a droopy appearance to the eye.
You must be off any eyelash growth serums (Latisse, Lash Boost, etc.) for at least 6 months before having your eyeliner tattooed. These serums make the eyelid very sensitive and prone to bruising. If the skin bruises too much the pigment will not enter the skin due to swelling. You cannot be wearing eyelash extensions or contact lenses during your appointment. Minor swelling is normal and will subside within a few days. No eye makeup can be worn until flaking is complete (5-10 days) to prevent infection.