Eyeliner tattoo is a long lasting beautiful cosmetic tattoo solution for anyone wanting to dispense with the daily application of eye makeup. As an advanced permanent makeup procedure Anna Burns uses top-of the-line equipment and applies the latest techniques. Eyeliner tattoo is ideal for clients who suffer from poor eyesight, shaky hands or sensitivity to eye cosmetics. It is ideal for people who lead active and busy lifestyles, want to accentuate their eyes and avoid a smudged eyeliner. Eyeliner tattoo can be applied in a variety of styles from natural to sophisticated. Choose from a thin or thick application. Your permanent eyeliner look will be designed just for you, in keeping with the style you have made your own!
A permanent makeup eyelash enhancement treatment is a subtle, yet stunning look which makes the eyes stand out and get noticed. It involves tattooing a crisp, thin line nestled within the eyelashes. Carefully applied using advanced technology, this long-lasting permanent makeup solution is a beautiful treatment for anyone wanting to enhance their current cosmetic look. Clients frequently begin with a permanent eyeliner eyelash enhancement and add thickness to it. See the incredible difference it can make to the appearance of your eyes!
Contact us. Your Atlanta permanent makeup professional can help you achieve beautiful and ‘hassle-free’ permanent eyeliner and lash enhancement that is perfect for you.
We are now offering our eyeliner service to all our clinic locations.
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Lash enhancement or invisible eyeliner involves tattooing a very thin black line along the hair growth area of the top lash line to create the illusion of fuller, darker, thicker lashes for a natural, youthful, eye-opening effect.
Our classic eyeliner enhances a lash enhancement. A classic eyeliner goes beyond the thickness of the thin lash enhancement. This subtle technique creates a backdrop for your upper lashes to make them look fuller, makes the whites of your eyes pop, and accentuates the color of your iris. You may choose to have a classic eyeliner with no wings or you may choose to add a small wing to your classic eyeliner.
Anyone who wants to save time applying makeup every day, has experienced a big life changing event, has alopecia or trichotillomania, has thinning lashes due to age maturity, is suffering from poor vision, limited or poor motor skills, arthritis or other physical challenges.
Every person who uses eyeliner makeup is a candidate. Anyone whose lashes are blonde or light in color can enjoy eyelash enhancement or a variety of eyeliner styles – in customized shapes and classic colors that enhance their facial features.
Anyone who suffers from hemophilia, seizures and epilepsy, cold, flu, covid-19; has active acne, eczema, psoriasis, keloid scars, hypertrophic scars on the area to be treated; women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, anyone undergoing chemotherapy, who has a pacemaker or major heart problems, has immunodeficiency, organ transplant, is currently using or has been on Accutane for less than one year, anyone who has glaucoma, on Latisse or lash growth serums, cold sores around the eyes (ocular herpes).
Pigment particles exposed to the UV rays of the sun breaks down over time. Pigment particles in your skin used to create your eyeliner tattoos are exposed to the UV rays of the sun. To prevent premature fading, you will need to use sunblock consistently. Avoiding the sun, tanning beds, retinol, alpha hydroxy, and use of glycolic acids such as fruit acids commonly found in some toners, cleansers and moisturizers will help with the longevity of your lash enhancement and eyeliner tattoo. It is important to remember, even though these products may not be directly applied to the eyelids, these products are absorbed by the skin, are diffused and travel under the skin to your eyelids.
On average manual or machine method of implanting pigment into the skin for permanent makeup last anywhere from two to five years. One or more continuation visit (follow-up /touch up sessions) six weeks after the initial procedure is highly recommended. A fresh color application is recommended two to three years after your initial treatment depending on skin type and care.
We apply anesthetics to the area prior to treatment and throughout the duration of the treatment. However, depending on each individual’s pain tolerance level, it may not be possible to eliminate discomfort for all clients.
Different needle configurations are chosen depending on the type of eyelid tattoo you desire. With any tattoo procedure, pigment particles are deposited into the skin when the tattoo needles carrying the pigment particles break your skin barrier and enter your dermis.
We specialize in enhancing your natural beauty. We help you choose an eyeliner design that complements your eyes. Our years of experience, investment in continuing education, advanced techniques and equipment give us an edge in creating realistic, natural makeup tattoos.
We implant pigment in the eyelids at a very shallow depth. We use the most technologically advanced methods and products to prevent scarring. It is important to be compliant with your aftercare in reducing the occurrence of scarring.
Dark makeup. The color will oxidize immediately after the procedure and look too dark and saturated. Swelling. The area will be swollen for a few days and should start to subside in 2-7 days depending on the procedure. After a week your eyeliner will start to lighten as the skin tissue goes through changes. The pigment may even appear to disappear but keep calm as the color will become more visible as the skin goes through its renewal cycle. Scabbing or flaking may occur and become visible. The area will peel leaving less intense color within days. Please do not disturb the scabs intentionally or unintentionally.
You will be asked to keep an occluding lubricant on your eyes for 4 days and keep it dry for two weeks.
The procedure causes temporary swelling, redness and in rare cases, bruising. Most people do not need to take time from their employment. If you have travel plans, wedding or other special occasions to attend, please plan your eyelash enhancement or eyeliner tattoo procedure accordingly.
Yes. You can definitely have your eyeliner tattoo lightened or removed without the use of laser by an Atlanta permanent makeup professional in our office or you may elect laser removal by a licensed and certified laser technician. In the state of Georgia, physicians and nurses are licensed to perform laser tattoo removal.
Yes. Permanent makeup applied prior to surgery can help you look your best during your recovery period. If you are planning on getting a facelift, blepharoplasty, it is wise to get your eyelash enhancement or eyeliner tattoo applied afterwards to avoid an unwanted eyelid tattoo placement.
Yes. You should always be cautious, as it is possible to be allergic to the pigment or the topical anesthetic. We may perform a patch test, at your request, with the chosen pigment to be used to reduce the chance of an unexpected allergic reaction. But, keep in mind that you can develop an allergy to anything at any time. Many doctors recommend that people who have sensitive skin or allergies to cosmetics have permanent makeup procedures done because they are great alternatives to cosmetic products that they are sensitive to.
For lash enhancements and thin eyeliners the cost is $675 for the initial treatment session. Eyeliners start at $675 and go up in price depending on style and thickness. Additional treatment sessions are scheduled every 6 weeks after the initial treatment session and are $150 for each session.
Permanent makeup is a multiple step process. It is recommended to have a continuation visit six weeks after the initial treatment session. On average we see clients in two visits. The eyelids are very vascular and contain tear glands as well as oil glands. These make it harder for pigment retention. It is common to have three treatment sessions, done six weeks apart, to get the pigment saturation you want for your eyeliner tattoo.
Any time the skin is open there is potential for an infection. The treated area must be kept clean. There are usually no major complications. To prevent infection during the procedure, we use: Pre-sterilized disposable for each new client and each new procedure on each client. New wipes, gauze, cotton and swabs, new pigment cups, new gloves, new barrier film, new equipment barrier control bags between clients and throughout the procedure. Hospital grade disinfectant cleaners and medical sterilization procedures that kill microorganisms like HIV, Hepatitis A, B, and C, MRSA, Staph, Tuberculosis for all equipment and working surfaces are used.
All contaminated needles are disposed of in a recognizable sharps container.
It is ideal to have minimal or no bleeding during the procedure.
Please refrain from blood thinning NSAIDs like ibuprofen, Naproxen, Aspirin; blood thinners like Coumadin; vitamins like B & E; alcoholic and caffeinated beverages; fats like fish oils, flax seed oil, walnut oil; herbs like curry powder, ginger, paprika, thyme, cinnamon, dill, oregano, turmeric, liquorice, peppermint, cayenne pepper, garlic, gingko; vegetables like avocados, cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, onions, kelp, kale; and sodas 48 hours prior and up to the day of your procedure.
Please get plenty of rest and hydrate yourself starting at least 24 hours prior to and up to the day of your procedure.