The Eyebrowdery Greenhills: Permanent Eye Liner

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The Eyebrowdery Greenhills: Permanent Eye Liner


Benefits of Eyeliner Tattooing

Permanent eyeliner or eyelash enhancement helps women and men enhance the appearance of their eyes. It eliminates the need to outline eyelids with liquid liners or pencils and improves the appearance of missing, thin, or light colored lashes. Permanent eyeliner allows people to swim, shower, or exercise without having makeup smudges. It provides safety and convenience to people with oily skin, vision problems, or unsteady hands. Eye doctors (Ophthalmologists and Optometrists) also recommend permanent eyeliner to patients who wear contact lenses, have watery eyes, or are allergic to regular makeup.

Eyeliner Shape and Design




Eyeliner “frames” the eyes and can make eyelashes appear darker, fuller, or thicker. It can enhance the shape or balance (symmetry) of a person’s eyes, create the illusion of larger eyes, or affect how the spacing of the eyes is perceived. Eyeliner can also enhance or intensify eye color and make eyes appear more alluring.

Make a Wise Choice




The decision is easy. Choose the one with at least a year experience in makeup artistry. Take for example the owner of The Eyebrowdery who is very passionate about her craft. She studied overseas to master the craft. You could see the results from her client whom she made more beautiful.

Eyeliner Tattoo Techniques


Contrary to popular belief eyelash base enhancement is not only exclusive to women. This method is for men and women alike who want an extremely natural look. Pigment is tattooed only in the skin at the base of eyelashes in-between their rows. No obvious line is drawn beyond the last row of lashes. This causes the eyelash base to appear darker and fuller and frames the eye without the look of having eyeliner. Men choose this procedure to add definition to their eyes without looking like they are wearing makeup.



Upper Eyelid Eyelash Base Enhancement (with Eyeliner on Lower Eyelid)


With permanent makeup, get a good, licensed, trained practitioner. Ask to see before and after photos of other people, get references if you want. They should be very open and not pushy - in fact, really good artist will be conservative in their recommendations and want to do spot testing to see if you have any allergies.

Depending on the type of method they use, it can be easy but take a good hour, or be quick and a lot more painful - remember, needles are being used. It can hurt while it's being done but the pain goes away as soon as they pull the needle away.

Preparing for Your Procedure Appointment 


You should allow at least 3 hours for your initial procedure. If you wear contact lenses, you will not be able to wear them for 24-48 hours after your procedure. You must be fully healed after any eye surgery (e.g. LASIK) before your appointment. You must stop using any eyelash growth product (like Latisse™) at least one month prior. Additional specific preparation guidelines will be given to you when you schedule your eyeliner procedure.

At Your Procedure 


You will fill out forms including a medical history that the owner of The Eyebrowdery will review. She will evaluate your eyelid anatomy and discuss techniques and colors with you. After optimal design and color are determined, topical anesthetics will be applied to numb your eyelids. She will continue to apply anesthetics during the procedure to keep you comfortable. Before and after photos will also be taken for your confidential file with your colors recorded for future reference.

After Your Procedure 


Your eyelids will be slightly red, mildly swollen, and a little tender immediately after your procedure. This will go away within a few days. At first your eyeliner will look darker and thicker than you want, but it will lighten and soften after healing. You cannot wear mascara or eye shadow during the first week of healing and will you will applying ointments, so please keep this in mind when scheduling your procedure. You will receive detailed after care instructions in a complete kit with prescription ophthalmic products at no additional cost.

Follow-up and Maintenance Appointments 


Your eyeliner will lighten and soften after healing. Since it is always best to be conservative, if your eyeliner heals lighter or thinner than you desire, it can be darkened or thickened at your follow-up visit (second application). Ideally, your follow-up should be completed 4 to 6 weeks post procedure. Because permanent makeup can fade over time, you can schedule maintenance visits every few years to keep your color looking fresh.

For more details about their services, check out their website:
http://eyebrowdery.com/

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