Our Eyeliner selections are perfect if you have allergies or wear contact lenses and find that your eyes are too sensitive for makeup this is also the treatment for you. If you do not have the time nor skills yourself to create your perfect eyeliner everyday, let us do that for you, think of the time you will save and no more worries about smudging or your eye makeup ‘wearing off’ throughout the day!
All treatments are fully inclusive of one retouch appointment which must be taken within 5 – 8 weeks of your initial treatment.
Can you wear eyelash extensions with permanent liner?
Eyelash extensions must be removed at least 3 days prior to treatment. It is also crucial to wait at least 3-4 weeks for complete healing to occur, before new eyelash extensions will be applied.
Can I have an eye treatment when I have had my lashes tinted or permed?
Yes but please do not tint the areas 2 weeks before. This is the same for eyebrow tint and you must leave at least 2 weeks post treatment.
Should I wear no make up on the day of my treatment?
You can arrive wearing your normal makeup, this will be removed before we begin.
Am I able to wear my contact lenses?
Please do not wear contact lenses during or immediately after your treatment. The area will need to be healed before you can start to use them again.
Will my eyes be sore after the treatment?
Immediately after the procedure, the eyelids may be slightly swollen, tender or irritated and this can persist for up to 5 days, depending on the size of the eyeliner. The larger the eyeliner, the more swelling we tend to see but it does vary from person to person.
Following all treatments, we do not recommend that you apply any makeup, expose the areas to any extreme temperatures or moisture such as steam rooms or saunas or public baths for 7-10 days. Where possible you should avoid getting the affected area wet.
We recommend that you avoid unnecessary touching of the affected area following your treatment in order to allow the skin to repair. You will notice that the colour will appear significantly pronounced and darker immediately after your treatment and until the skin heals, this could take up to 10 days.
Please do not apply makeup until the area has healed. Some people do prefer to dry heal for eyebrow treatments, alternatively you can use your balm for a few days when needed on the treated area. This would be if the area feels dry or tight as the healing process is underway. You should always should apply it with clean hands and avoid dippng back in to the pot. We recommend you remove the amount needed to avoid double dipping in to the balm. Use sparingly and try not to over use.
Please note that as your new work heals, the skin regenerates over which can cause the area to look patchy and even as if it is fading in areas. This is completely normal and is simply the pigments settling in to the dermal layer as the skin grows back. As the skin completes it’s full healing cycle, you will see the work springing back and by week 5 you will see the full healed result. This is when we will retouch if necessary. Try not to worry and trust the skin process.
Eyelash Enhancer Upper £160
Eyelash Enhancer Combination £250
Eyeliner inc lower £280
Eyeliner Upper £210
Eyeliner Upper only with Flick £240
Eyeliner inc lower with Flick (the Penny Flick) £310
All styles within 7-18 months £150
All styles after 19-24 months £210
Your colour boost date is taken from the date of your first appointment with us.
Multiple treatment colour boosts taken at the same appointment attract a 10% discount.
Whilst we are always happy to colour boost other technician’s work, please assume you will be charged at full new treatment price for your first colour boost with us as this often involves a full consultation and brow redesign and retouch.
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