Eyeliner costs $300, Classic Wing Liner $300, and Smokey Eyeliner is $350.
Do not drink caffeine (coffee/tea/soda/energy drinks, etc.) or alcohol 48 hours prior to your appointment. Consuming alcohol or caffeine acts as blood-thinner, and it will cause the skin to bleed, which increases the likelihood of heavy scabbing and premature fading. Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Advil/Ibuprofen 48 hours before the procedure. Please consult with your doctor before stopping any medication.
You should skip moisturizing for 24 hours and do not tint on the lashes for 3 weeks prior to your appointment and do not wear contact lenses. Stop any eyelash growth serums on or near your lashes for 2 weeks prior to and after your appointment to avoid the lash line from fading fast. If you use Botox, it should be performed 2 months prior to and 2 months after your appointment.
Everyone has a different level of sensitivity, so topical anesthetics will be applied during the treatment to alleviate any sensation or discomfort.
Eyeliner treatments are a two-step process which include the initial appointment and a touch up appointment 6-12 weeks after. Within a week of your first treatment the color will fade as much as 30%. Most clients will need a second or third appointment to complete their desired look. Please book your touch up within 2 weeks after your initial appointment for your 6-12 weeks touch-up.
Aftercare ointment should be applied once a day to the lash line for 5-7 days. Use a q-tip to gently apply a small amount of balm to each lash line. If your lashes are too glossy due to excess ointment please pat the excess off. You want them to be hydrated, but not over saturated with balm. DO NOT apply ointment if you have OILY SKIN. Do not sleep on your face and use a clean pillow sheet everyday. Do not touch or pick at the light scabbing on the lash line or you can induce an infection or bacteria into your eyes. No makeup or mascara for two weeks. Avoid sweating, saunas, hot tubs, and pools for two weeks. Gently wash your eyelid and lash line twice a day with warm water and no soap or washcloth. Finally do not wear contacts for 72 hours or apply new lenses to avoid infection.