What Is Permanent Eyeliner?
Also known as an eyeliner tattoo, permanent eyeliner is a treatment you can receive that replaces the need to wear eyeliner each day. Permanent eyeliner involves using a tattooing technique to apply ink along the lashline to create the appearance of eyeliner. (This ink is permanent, but has to be touched up every 3-5 years.) Eyeliner tattoos can be applied in a variety of styles, from extremely thin and natural-looking liner, to thicker lines, and even winged eyeliner. We offer our permanent eyeliner makeup services to clients who live in Laval, Montreal, Boisbriand, lorraine, saint eustache, saint jerome and surrounding areas. For brows waxing and grooming services visit this page and see the amazing services they offer.
WHAT IS TO BE ADVISED BEFORE THE TREATMENT?
Alcoholic drinks, drinks containing taurine and excessive consumption of caffeine should be avoided at least 24 to 36 hours before treatment.
– Solarium or sunbathing should be avoided seven days before the treatment.
– As a preventive measure, decongestants based on plants can be taken (e.g. Arnica D 30 globules or Traumeel pills). It is recommended to consult a pharmacist.
– Dry skin should be well cared for a few days before pigmentation (e.g. with a peeling)
WHAT TO ADVISE AN AFTER THE TREATMENT?
The following should be avoided 7-14 days after treatment:
– Solarium and sunbaths
– Application of decorative or nourishing cosmetics to the pigmented areas e.g. cleansing milk, tonic, day/night cream, make-up
– Constant contact with pigmentation e.g. through frequent touching or contact with pets
Hygiene during and after a pigmentation is the up and down, because mistakes in hygiene and care can influence the result considerably. External or mechanical influences on the wound during the healing phase can lead to color loss or color change. The following should therefore be avoided: – scraping
– Peeling (directly or in the first days after pigmentation)
– Scrubbing at the pigmented spot
– firm rubbing
– constant softening of the facial skin with wet compresses
– excessive washing rituals
– Use of incorrect care products (wound cannot close) Especially in the first 48 to 72 hours, the artist‘s instructions regarding follow-up care must be strictly followed. The pigmented area must be kept clean, low-germ and dry. In the days of wound healing, recommend your customers to use hand disinfection several times a day (small, handbag-friendly hand disinfectants are available as liquid or gel in any pharmacy or drugstore).
During the first two days, the liners should be cleaned with lightly dampened cotton pads every two to three hours and without excessive pressure. A care cream is not necessary.
During the first two days, the liners should be cleaned with lightly dampened cotton pads every two to three hours and without excessive pressure. If an extreme sensation of tension is experienced, a thin film of Vaseline can be applied during the night.