Permanent Eyeliner, Permanent Tightliner or a Permanent Eye Tattoo, can enhance the eyes with a natural or more defined look. Eyes are not called the “windows of soul” for nothing. Along with joy and emotion, our eyes can make us looked tired and washed out (especially as we age).
Whether your goal is soft and smudgy, dark and defined, thick or thin, a design and color consultation will help determine the right look for your desired outcome.Design options may include:
∼ Tightliner (upper or lower eyes)
If you prefer a very natural “no makeup look” and want your eyes to look brighter, bigger, and more awake, permanent eye color can be placed directly in the lash line (where your eyelashes grow out of), not the waterline, which is the thin wet area of skin below the lash line. Typically, this area directly in the lash line is hard to get to with our makeup pencil but makes such a difference. This technique results in a subtle, natural look that darkens, thickens and creates fuller lashes by enhancing the base of the lashes. Because you can only see the tightliner when the eyes are open, it works for all clients, regardless of age, race, eye shape, gender or skin tone. A “Tightliner” may range from thin to thick depending on your lash line thickness and compliments any further eye makeup such as smokey eyes.
∼ Permanent Eyeliner (upper or lower eyes)
This includes a tightliner and also extends beyond it. This is thicker than the “tightliner” and shows when your eyes are closed. Permanent Eyeliner may be smudged or defined in appearance. The lower eyes may be done a lighter color than the upper eyes for a natural look. The request for “cat eyes” will not be fulfilled! A Permanent Eyeliner that extends out and beyond the last lash will only fall with aging skin. Many clients choose to wear daily eye makeup so thick that they do apply more over their permanent makeup. But nonetheless, a permanent eyeliner or permanent makeup is still a great base and greatly enhances whatever makeup you wear over it.
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