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There are several styles of eyeliner to choose from to match your style and needs.

  • Dusty Liner:  The Dusty Liner technique lines the top lid and blends a light dusting of pigment out from the liner for a delicate & smoky look. Also called "eyeshadow liner" 

  • Lash Enhancement:  The Lash Enhancement is the most conservative liner technique. A very natural & minimal amount of color is deposited only within the lash line to create the appearance of fuller lashes. 


You are NOT a good candidate for eyeliner if any of the following apply: 

  • Pregnant or nursing.

  • Skin irritations like sunburn, psoriasis, severe acne

  • Chemotherapy patients (will need a note from your physician)

  • Major heart problems / taking blood thinners

  • Organ transplant

  • Botox in the last two weeks

  • Previous permanent eyeliner tattoo (will need to approve before booking)

  • Infections / disorders / diseases that could impact healing

  • Accutane within the last year. 

  • Eyeliner with Stephanie - Introductory Pricing:

    • Dusty Liner​​: $600

    • Lash Enhancement: $400

    • This price includes a 6-8 week touch up.

    • An eyeliner session is approximately 2 hours. The 2 hours includes a full consultation, eyeliner mapping & shaping, color selection, numbing the skin, and the procedure itself.

  • Do not work out the day of the procedure.

  • Do not tan or have sunburned face.

  • Avoid Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil or Ibuprofen 2 days before the procedure.

  • No alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before the procedure.

  • No lash tinting 3 days before the procedure & two weeks after the procedure.

  • Discontinue the use of lash enhancement serums at least 4 weeks before procedure & before touch up. May resume 1 month after procedure. 

  • Remove lash extensions 2 days prior to procedure & wait a minimum of 3 weeks after procedure before getting them again. The same applies for your touch up session. 

  • Thoroughly read all the forms given to you at the time of your appointment and ask any questions you may have.

  • Be sure to advise of any allergies, medical conditions, prior permanent eyeliner makeup and prescriptions you take prior to your appointment.

  1. You must clean your eyelids with the After Care Pads provided to you every hour for the first four hours after your procedure.

  2. After your fourth and last cleaning, you will begin your 10-day dry healing process. This means nothing on the eyelid area for 10 days. No water, creams, makeup, mascara, soap, etc of any kind should be used on the eyelids. This includes heavy sweating as well so refrain from intense physical activity during your healing time. 

  3.  Use the protective Visors provided to you when showering. Even if you are not washing you hair, we recommend using the visor to protect from any potential splashes or moisture on the eyes.

  4. On day 11 you may resume your regular routine. You can wet your eyes, however if all your scabs have not fallen off yet, DO NOT scrub or pick at the scabs. Let them fall off naturally. 

  • DO NOT apply water, cleansers, creams, makeup or any other products on treated area for 10 days!

  • DO NOT rub, pick, or scratch the treated area. Not allowing scabs to exfoliate and fall off on their own naturally can cause scarring.

  • DO NOT expose your post procedure healing skin to direct sunlight, tanning beds, hot tubs, saunas, salt water, or chlorinated water for 3-4 weeks following your procedure.

  • DO NOT have any facials, Botox, fillers, chemical treatments, and microdermabrasion done until 4 weeks after your procedure. 

  • For the first 4-5 days, eyes may be slightly swollen, appear uneven, and may be sensitive to the touch.  It would be best to wash and cleanse your face with a washcloth or wipes for these ten days to avoid any splashing on your eyes. 

Please be aware that the healed result of the procedure is dependent on the following: medication and health conditions, skin conditions (ie oily and pored skin, sensitive dry and flaky skin, sun damaged skin, loose skin, natural skin undertones), alcohol intake and smoking, general stress, immune system, poor diet, and how well you follow the aftercare instructions.

Your tattoo should heal within two weeks, depending on the person. With this in mind, you should understand that YOUR skin may heal quicker or slower. Some tattoos require a lot more work to be done in the skin. The more damage your skin receives, the longer it may need to heal.  Be open to the possibility of your skin needing a 3rd touch up dependent on these factors.