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Eyeliner Tattoo

It's all in the eyes...

but, you're tired of smudged and messy eyeliner makeup - you just want to set it and forget it, not worry about the tedious application day after day. Eyeliner micropigmentation could be your answer! Choose from basic, wedge or eyelash enhancement looks for top liner and add a bottom liner for a bolder, defined look, while still appearing natural.

Benefits of Eyeliner Tattoo

bye bye smudged eye makeup!


Have more defined eyes and lashes, while still looking NATURAL

Look good 24/7 – wake up with makeup but also no need to wipe off before bed

WATERPROOF and SWEATPROOF (beneficial for those with active lifestyles or oily skin that cause makeup to smudge and wear off quickly)

Convenience – improve daily lifestyle and save time

Removes difficulties of makeup application (if you have bad vision or unsteady hands)

A possible option if you have allergies to cosmetics​

Appointment Information

Before Appointment

Your appointment will not be carried out unless you have had a consultation/skin test prior to your appointment. Avoid any blood thinning medication for a minimum of 72 hours prior to their appointment. This includes Vitamin E, Aspirin and ibuprofen as they are natural blood thinners.


Do not drink any alcohol 24 hours before and limit the amount of caffeine you consume.  This will affect the colour deposit and may make you more prone to sensitivity and/or cause more bleeding.


If you have been on Accutane in the past, you must wait at least one year before considering this procedure.


It is highly recommended that you avoid intense sun exposure and tanning bed exposure for 20 days before and after your procedure. If you show up to your appointment with a new tan or sunburn, you will need to reschedule.


Avoid getting any type of facial peel at least one week prior.


You may want to shower ahead of time because you will need to avoid getting lips wet and over hydrated after the appointment.


We will also be sending you an email with online forms that you would need to complete so that you come ready to your appoint.

On Your Appointment

We start with cleaning the lips and take a before photo/video.


We start by carefully drawing on. The mapping process is tend to follow your own natural eyeline.


Once we have drew a shape (border) we will check you are happy with this before we go ahead.


Black ink is used for this procedure ONLY


Once treatment is finished, I will take after pictures as well as run through Aftercare once again and booking your retouch appointment.


Days 1 - Your eyes maybe a little more sensitive or swollen following treatment. If you can take antihistamines, take before bed and apply eye compress intermittently.
Days 2-7 - Keep your new SPMU as dry as possible until the scabs fall off (around 7-10 days)

SAY NO TO:- Hot Baths, Saunas, Swimming, Excessive Sweating (sorry no gym for 7 days), Waxing/ Threading, Sunbeds/Sunbathing.

Frequently Asked Questions

What medical conditions would prohibit me from receiving Eyeliner tattoo treatment?

If your skin keloids when you scar, Semi permanent make up  (SPMU) is not for you. If you have a tendency to get blisters or cold sores on your face then it is recommended that you take precautions before having your treatment and treatment area must be clear at the time. semi permanent make up cannot be done when an active cold sore is present.

Unfortunately, semi permanent make up should not be performed on individuals who are pregnant, diabetic or if you have cardiac valve disease. People with certain allergies (especially if you are allergic to alcohol or heavy metals) should be very apprehensive about having this procedure performed. If you are going through Chemotherapy a doctor’s note is required before treatment.

Will SPMU hurt?

We know that the idea of SPMU may cause stress, nervousness or anxiety with some people. If you’ve had a tattoo and it was painful then this procedure will not be the same experience. The reason for this is because a tattoo goes MUCH deeper into the skin and is supposed to be permanent, whilst SPMU is semi-permanent and only goes a fraction of the depth. Numbing cream is used before your technician begins the process and if you require further numbing during the treatment it can be applied.


How long will my result last?

Everyone’s skin will hold the colour differently, and depending on which area of your face has been done then that is also different. Depending on your skin type and your aftercare SPMU can last from 6 months to 3yrs. Colour Boost treatments are advised to keep your result fresh.

Can I have microblading if I’ve recently had Botox?

Yes, but it is recommended that you get microbladed before you have your botox treatment. If you have already had Botox, please wait 2-3 weeks after to get your brows microbladed.


I’m pregnant or breast feeding, can I get SPMU?

No, unfortunately you shouldn’t have SPMU as there is a risk of infection that could be passed on to your baby, technician at Vis a Vis Skin Clinic will refuse any client at this stage.

How long before I can go out in public with my SPMU?

Immediately, it is normal to experience a mild amount of redness or swelling. It’s usually gone within a few hours after your appointment.

What will treated area look like after?

Immediately following your appointment, your eyebrows/lips/eyeline will appear to have crisp colour. Redness is normal immediately after the appointment and will fade within a few days. As you heal, the pigment lightly blur and peeling may be seen . They also appear darker in the beginning and gradually fade in the first few weeks after healing. pigment fades approximately 10-30% after they heal.

What can I expect after receiving a treatment?

In the few days following your treatment, you may experience tightness and itching, which is normal. Your skin is going through a natural healing process please DO NOT SCRATCH/ TOUCH. The hair strokes are very fine and can rub off easily. When you scratch or rub, you risk the chance of rubbing off the pigment. Your brows WILL look darker during the first 2 weeks, if you are prepared for this then we promise you won’t suffer any anxiety. This will be fully explained during your consultation.

Why do I need a second appointment?


A follow-up appointment is required for the finishing touches and colour adjustment. It finalises the shape of your brow and fixes any strokes that didn’t heal well. Pigment heals differently for everyone, and this second appointment allows you to boost your colour and for your technician to check the healing and shape have both developed well. Your treatment has not been completed until you have had your second brow appointment. Plus we love to see you and our work once your brows have healed fully.

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