Permanent Eyeliner

Permanent Eyeliner Services

Permanent eyeliners include a wide variety of techniques to choose from. These are semi permanent procedures that use a state of the art machine that operates a low frequency needle. We offer a variety of liners to give you the look that you desire. Before your procedure, thickness and design will be decided and pre-drawn for your approval before any work is done. A gentle topical anesthetic made for the eyes will be used.

All eyeliner techniques are subtle and nothing will completely replace bold makeup. Traditional Eyeliner Makeup sits on top of the skin, so it is lighter and softer. Even the blackest tattoo pigment will never look as dark as black eyeliner makeup. The healed result can replace daily eyeliner for those who wear minimal or more natural eyeliner looks. For those who prefer a very bold liquid liner then this will act as a great tool for easily tracing with your cosmetic makeup and make it 10 times easier to apply.

It’s common to struggle to properly apply eyeliner makeup and a daunting task for many. Typical eyeliner is also easily smudged if you have oily skin, watery eyes or if it’s a hot day. That is why permanent eyeliner has gained so much popularity.

Top Eyeliner

2.5+ hours $325+

6 week perfecting session $75

All eyeliners are custom to meet individual style preferences. We start with a basic lash enhancment and build to your preferred thickness and style. Basic, winged and wedged liners are available. Some styles may not be suitable for hooded eyes. 


Shaded Eyeliner (top only)

3+ hours $375

6 week perfecting session $75

This technique creates a beautiful winged liner but the shading keeps it soft and gives a smoky look.

Lash Enhancement (top only)

1.5 hours $300

6 week perfecting session $50

Lash Enhancement adds color to the lash line making lashes appear darker and fuller. It defines, brightens, and accentuates the eyes. This is the most conservative eyeliner technique and is great for those who do not typically wear eyeliner or looking for a subtle natural enhancement. No matter how your eyes age they will always look good with a dark base on the lashes so the commitment level is low. Lash line eyeliner is a must have for every woman. No topical makeup will get as close and dense as an eyelash enhancement tattoo.

Bottom Liners

40+ minutes $100

Add to any top eyeliner service.

We only offer bottom liners done in a very light and thin design. The bottom water line cannot be tattooed, so anything more will end up giving a droopy appearance of the eye and will not look good over time. 

Accent Colors

40+ minutes $50

Add to any top eyeliner service. We have just about any color!

Eyeliner Color Boost

1.5+ hours $195

This is a touch up service for returning clients who have had their eyeliner done at Beauty Ink and are coming back for their yearly touch up. If it has been longer than a year a new procedure may be required and you will need to schedule a consultation. 

Preparation & Aftercare

 Please follow the restrictions below to ensure your skin is in the best possible condition, so we can help you achieve amazing results.

60 Days Prior DO NOT get a chemical peel
28 Days Prior DO NOT get a Botox Treatment
7 Days Prior

DO NOT tan or have a sunburn

DO NOT pluck, wax, tint, thread, or apply any hair removal

DO NOT use Retinols/Retin-A or other anti-aging/acne creams

Do NOT apply on eyebrows any serums containing acids

48 Hours Prior DO NOT take aspirin, ibuprofen, niacin, vitamin E, fish oil (omega-3) or CoQ10
24 Hours Prior DO NOT drink alcohol or caffeine

In addition to the general aftercare instructions, please follow these specific eyeliner instructions.

    • Immediately after the procedure, the eyelids will be slightly swollen. Because of the swelling, the eyeliner will appear to be much thicker and can be distorted. Also, the color will appear to be extremely dark, even when soft colors are used. In 2-3 days, the liner will be reduced to the desired thickness and will be more even as the swelling goes down. The color will lighten as the healing process progresses. Full healing is complete within 4-6 weeks. After that, your final color and shape can be assessed and touched up if necessary.
    • Following the procedure, you can expect any of the following: mild to moderate swelling, redness, bruising and bloodshot eyes. If the swelling persists beyond 48 hours or becomes worse, or if the eyes become inflamed (red, itchy, watery, etc.) please seek medical attention. Please call us if this happens. This is a very rare occurrence, but it can develop in patients with extremely sensitive eyes.
    • Remember, place nothing on the treated area (except your aftercare product) until healed. This this means no makeup, creams, water (except for cleansing as detailed below), etc.
    • After your procedure, your skin will start forming a protective scab. You may see fluid or ooze on the skin from lymph secretion. The fluid should be dabbed and blotted off with a sterile gauze pad. It can crust the skin over and prevent it from breathing and healing.
    • After 24 hours, clean the treated area daily with mild warm water and non-alcohol soap. Apply soapy solution on a sterile gauze and blot 4 to 5 times to clean. Then blot completely dry. Use patting motions only. No Scrubbing. No rubbing. No wiping. No scratching. Make sure the area is completely dry because germs love moisture!
    • In the morning, if eyes are stuck together, use a wet Q-tip and gently separate. Do not rub, peel or pick. Follow instructions for cleaning and for aftercare product application.
    • Apply the provided aftercare product on the clean and dry treated areas. Place the product on the scabs that are beginning to form. You should apply 2 to 4 times daily until completely healed. If you place the product on the area and it is not dry, this may cause irritation or an infection, and could lead to color loss.
    • Please apply the aftercare product gingerly and don’t cake it on. However, try to cover the protective scabs completely. Try to put it directly on the scabs. The skin must be able to breathe to heal. Too much product may actually fade the pigment. It is specifically meant to put on the scabs and to keep them soft so they stay on longer. Pat, and do not rub, the ointment on the area with a with a Q-tip. If you put too much on, then blot off the excess ointment with a sterile gauze.
    • If your scabs become hard and rope-like, they can fall off in big chunks and take the ink with them. Soft scabs that flake off on their own are the key to successful ink retention. Do not try to rush the scab-flaking process.
    • You can stop using ointment when you have no more scabs. This can last 4 to 10 days, but sometimes as long as 14 days. It is hard to say because people have different healing periods.

How Long Does Permanent Eyeliner Last?

Eyeliner procedure lasts about 18 months. Permanent make up is “semi” and client results will vary. Commonly you will need a touchup at 1-2 years. Generally the results are amazing but it very much depends on your own skin type, texture and oiliness.


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