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Permanent Eyeliner Wake Up Beautiful Every Morning

If you have ever dreamed of waking up every morning looking in the mirror and looking beautiful as ever than Permanent Eyeliner just might be for you.


Permanent Eyeliner

Why Women Love Permanent Makeup

If you have ever dreamed of waking up every morning looking in the mirror and looking beautiful as ever then Permanent Eyeliner just might be for you.


Permanent eyeliner gives women a chance to transform their look, just by using an eyeliner pencil.


They get to change the color of their eyes or even get rid of eye makeup altogether.

Permanent Eyeliner has been around since the early 1980s and has been very instrumental in giving women a new sense of beauty.


Permanent eyeliner can be applied to eyes, eyebrows, or even lips. But, before you get permanent eyeliner done there are some things you should know.


Permanent Eyeliner usually lasts for three years but it does depend on how much makeup is used on it.


You can also use to much eyeliner


If you use eyeliner often during the day, then that can wear your permanent eyeliner away and fade its color.


Who Permanent eyeliner is not for


Permanent Eyeliner is not recommended for women who participate in sports or for people who like to swim.


Sweat and water can take away the permanence of your Permanent Eyeliner and make it all go away.


Is permanent eyeliner expensive?


Permanent eyeliner can be very expensive depending on where you go for your Permanent Eyeliner treatment.


If you choose to get Permanent Eyeliner done at a doctor's office, then it can cost anywhere from $300 and up.


Getting Permanent Eyeliner at the mall or in the beauty salon will most likely cost more than getting it done at a doctor's office.


Getting Permanent Eyeliner is not all fun and games. It can be very painful especially in the sensitive area around your eyes.


If you are considering getting Permanent Eyeliner, then look for someone who has done this procedure before Like Matt are Rize Beauty Lab so that you know you will get Quality service when doing Permanent Eyeliner.


So what is semi permanent eyeliner?


Semi permanent eyeliner is a form of makeup that is applied to the eyelids.

The semi-permanent makeup effects are achieved without using any needles, unlike permanent tattooing.


Instead, the technique involves applying the eye area with a manual or electric hand tool that can be dipped into pigment or self-pigmenting fluid. This tool applies the pigment to the desired area.


The most common way to apply semi-permanent eyeliners and eyeshadows are with a traditional pencil, using either a brush or fingers to smudge it immediately after application for a more natural look.


It can also be drawn on at the top lashes or lower lash line and then filled in with the same pencil or brushes that deposit the color.


This form of semi-permanent eyeliner is common with people who don't want anything dramatic but rather a little pop that will last for 3 weeks to 6 months before needing to be touched up again.


There are also electric pencils, pen-shaped sticks, or tubes of color that artistically deposit the pigment onto lids using brushes much like traditional eye pencils.


These forms of semi-permanent makeup are much more dramatic than traditional pencils but can last up to several years before needing touch-ups.


With this form of semi-permanent eyeliner, there is no need for retouching as it is an all-over application that can be used with water.


This option is for women who want a look like permanent eyeliner and don't mind the idea of touching up their makeup once every 3-6 months.


Different permanent eyeliner styles


There are a few options when it comes to permanent eyeliner styles. Each option has its own unique advantages and disadvantages.


The type of look you want will ultimately determine the shape of your eye.


Subtle Eyelash Enhancement (SUE)


This Permanent eyeliner style uses a natural-looking, subtle enhancement to the eyelashes. The look is soft and very gentle.


SUE can be worn by all different types of people, including those who are new to makeup or someone with little experience. It is perfect for clients looking for a more natural look.


The process begins with the application of an eyeliner stencil. This stencil is used to map out where the enhancement will be applied. Then, a premium powder is syringed onto the skin along the lash line.


The powder is carefully brushed out then checked for proper color placement and symmetry.

It requires very little upkeep- just a touch-up every 3-4 months. The look will last for up to 2 years, depending on the thickness of your natural lashes.


Classic Permanent eyeliner


This Permanent Eyeliner Style enhances the lash line in a way that is much more noticeable than SUE; it provides bolder color and thicker-looking lashes.


This style is best suited to clients who have a reasonable amount of makeup experience and are comfortable with bolder looks.


The process begins with the application of an eyeliner stencil. The stencil is used to map out where the enhancement will be applied. Then, a pigment powder is syringed onto the skin along the lash line.


The powder is carefully brushed out then checked for proper color and shape. It is important to note that when using a pigment, the powder cannot be brushed out like SUE because it will smear onto other areas of skin.


That means that any adjustments must be done with another syringe of powder; therefore, color corrections are more time-consuming.


The look requires regular touch-ups every 3-4 months. The look will last for up to 2 years, depending on the thickness of your natural lashes.


Spoon Permanent Eyeliner


This style is a dramatic enhancement that involves using an instrument called a Spoon-bar Board. This tool looks like a ruler and has grooves along its surface that can be filled with pigment powder to form a custom shape along the lash line.


This dramatic and unique method is done by first applying an eyeliner stencil to map out where the enhancement will be applied.


Then, a pigment powder is syringed onto the skin along the lash line.


The pigment is carefully brushed onto the tool then pressed into place using a specially designed slanted spatula.


It is important to note that the pigment powder cannot be brushed out like SUE because it will smear onto other areas of the skin.


That means any adjustments must be done with another syringe of powder; therefore, color corrections are more time-consuming.


Also, unlike SUE and Classic Permanent Eyeliner, which can be worn by all different types of people, this look is only recommended for those with a natural lash line.


The process requires regular touch-ups every 3-4 months. The look will last for up to 2 years, depending on the thickness of your natural lashes.


Microblade Permanent Eyeliner


This Permanent eyeliner style uses a blade to create the enhancement. The look is very precise and clean, so it works best on clients who prefer a bolder look but don't want anything too striking.


The process begins with the application of an eyeliner stencil. Then, a specialty blade is used that creates tiny individual hair-like strokes along the lash line.


The instrument used for this process is called a micro-pigmentation blade, also known as a Maibowle needle.


A monomer liquid is carefully brushed onto the lash line to set the pigment in place. It is important to note that when using any type of powdered pigments, they must be applied before applying any monomer liquids because monomer liquids will disturb the pigment particles.


The look requires regular touch-ups every 3-4 months. The look will last for up to 2 years, depending on the thickness of your natural lashes.


Glitter Permanent Eyeliner/Sparkles


This style is a dramatic enhancement that involves using glitter instead of pigment powder along the lash line.


The process begins with the application of an eyeliner stencil. Then, a glitter gel or liquid is syringed onto the skin along the lash line following the eyeliner stencil.


The look requires regular touch-ups every 3-4 months. The look will last for up to 2 years, depending on the thickness of your natural lashes.


Smokey Eyeliner

This look is a combination of the Smokey eyes and SUE Permanent Eyeliner. That means it has a slight amount of pigment powder to create depth and shape, but mostly it has tons of black liner on the lash line to give off an intense smoky effect.


The process begins with the application of an eyeliner stencil. Then, a powder pigment is syringed onto the skin along the lash line following the eyeliner stencil.


A monomer liquid and setting powder are carefully brushed onto the lash line to set and blend the pigment into place.


The look requires regular touch-ups every 3-4 months.

The look will last for up to 2 years, depending on the thickness of your natural lashes.


Precautions before getting permanent makeup done


Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique where pigment is implanted under the skin, usually with a needle. The process gives its name to the category of cosmetics known as "permanent makeup".


The purpose of permanent makeup can be anything from camouflaging facial scars, discoloration from acne, or overexposure to the sun, to creating an entirely new look.


Though the treatment is considered permanent, it is not permanent and can be removed in a short period with laser treatments.


Anyone considering permanent makeup should consider the potential risks of making such a long-term commitment to this procedure.


Health Canada lists several possible adverse reactions, including allergic reactions, inflammatory nodules (benign lumps), keloid scars (raised scar tissue), and pigmentation of surrounding skin.


In addition, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario cautions consumers about using laser or light-based equipment for permanent cosmetic procedures, because these devices have not been cleared by Health Canada.


These potential risks should be carefully considered before a person chooses to undergo this procedure.


Making sure you know what results in you will be getting, as well as considering the long-term commitment of this procedure are crucial.


You should also have full knowledge of how your body is going to react to the permanent makeup so you can decide if it's right for you.


It is important to remember that people who have had an allergic reaction to anything should not go through with permanent makeup.


There are plenty of precautions that need to be taken before the procedure, which is why it is crucial that you consult someone who has experience in this field, so you can be on your way to getting exactly what you want.


Matt from Permanent Makeup by Rize Beauty Lab recommends 5 days before the appointment. No alcohol no blood thinners no fish oil.


Blood thinners make you bleed more and the more you bleed the more your scab and the more you scab the more you will lose color.


Avoiding blood thinners always makes the tattoo heal beautifully.


Avoid Vitamin E oil or any kind of topical vitamin e. The reason being is it thins the blood and causes tattoo loss. We have seen this hundred of times unfortunately because people think it’s a good idea but no, it's not good for tattoo loss.


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