Need to define your eyes or have lost your lashes, I can create anything from subtle lash enhancements to perfectly defined eyeliner treatments. I can give you a perfect classic pencil look, a liquid liner with a perfect flick, or a sultry smoky eye. You could even try something more elaborate with two-toned eyeliner or ‘butterfly’ shading! However subtle or dramatic, an eye treatment can transform your morning routine – just get up and go!
Pictures An eye treatment is a three–part process usually completed within two appointments. The price you are quoted will include all three stages.
The first part of the process is a consultation. This is normally done as part of your initial treatment, but can be done separately if you prefer. we will talk with you in great detail about the look you are trying to achieve and what we might recommend to you. This is very much a two-way conversation. we listen, I respond, we advise. Once we have an idea of the look you are aiming for, we draw the eyeliner on with a makeup pencil. This can be drawn on and adjusted 50 times if necessary! We will never begin the tattoo process until you are completely happy with what it is going to look like.
Using a specialist facial tattooing machine, which works at a much lower frequency than a standard tattoo machine, we gently apply pigment to the eye area using very fine needles. The sensation is that of an electric toothbrush being held against your skin – you feel the vibrations but you should not feel any discomfort. We will always work with you at this stage, giving you breaks if you need them. The process normally takes about one hour, but it varies from person to person depending on your individual requirements. After the treatment your eyes might be a bit puffy and sensitive. we advise you do not drive a vehicle immediately after an eye treatment.
A second appointment is needed 4-12 weeks after your first treatment. This is usually a 30–60-minute appointment to add more pigment to the eye area. This is because as the area is healing, some parts may not ‘hold’ as well as others and you may have a few patches that need more color. This is completely normal and everyone heals differently. Whatever the case, we advise you always come back to clinic for your retouch.