Eyelash enhancement is often called invisible eyeliner. This is because it involves tattooing an ultra-thin dark line on the lashes that gives a more youthful and natural look. If you would prefer, your bottom lashes can be tattooed in a more subtle way.
As with all of our procedures, a numbing cream is used. As a result, most of our clients report feeling ticklish along their eyelines or waterlines. Your eyes need to be closed to ensure that the procedure goes as smoothly as possible. As a result, there’s a chance that you may fall asleep, and that’s fine.
If you wear contacts, please opt for glasses and/or arrange for someone to drive you home immediately after the procedure. It is also recommended that you refrain from wearing contacts for about the next three days afterward. This is because there’s always a chance that a piece of pigment could become trapped and cause a corneal abrasion. With a contact, it could lead to an infection and a trip to the emergency room or an emergency trip to an eye surgeon.
Most of those procedures typically take between 90 minutes and two hours.
Invisible eyeliners generally last for up to five years. The swelling should go away after the first few hours. Then the scabs will come off after four or five days. The actual pigment does not show up until between four and six weeks.