Permanent Eyeliner Make-up Glasgow//
Eyeliner & Lashes by Mary Spence
Permanent eyeliner make-up and eyelash enhancement bring out the natural beauty of the eyes with a wide awake look all day every day, smudge proof, cry proof, lazing in the holiday sun proof. Have smouldering sexy eyes from dawn till dusk, choose from permanent eyeliner and eyelash enhancement.
Bring your eyes back to life and enjoy a wide awake fresh appearance all day everyday with permanent eye liner. Choose from an array of beautiful tones to enhance the natural eye colour. Be creative and go for a designer eyeliner that really encapsulates your eye shape. A free consultation will help you decide on a bespoke look for you as an individual.
Permanent Eyeliner and Eyelash Enhancement
From dramatic to subtle highlighting, permanent eye definition will put the drama back into the eyes, from sexy subtle or bold definition, the perfect pigment will be blended to suit your natural skin tone and eye colour.
Permanent eye make-up is perfect for contact lens wearers, ladies with sensitive eyes and allergies to eye makeup. When applied this look creates perfect natural definition which you can add to for a smouldering dramatic night time look.
Eyeliner Tattoos & Lash Enhancement Prices//
Add Subtle Bottom Liner For Additional £100
Lash Enhancement is a subtle enhancement where tiny dots are placed behind the eyelash, creating the illusion of a thicker lash line, it appears so natural only you will know what enhancements have been carried out!
Eye Treatment Aftercare Advice
Proper care following your treatment is necessary to achieve the best results.
Keep in mind that in many cases, some unevenness of colour is to be expected. This is the purpose of the retouch visit. Please review the following directions and refer to them as necessary. If during the healing process you have any questions or concerns, please contact your technician, Mary Spence on 0141 889 7013.
For the first day
- Ice packs protected with a cloth may be applied as necessary to reduce swelling.
You may experience the following for 72 hours
- Eyelashes may stick together, particularly overnight.
- Puffy eyelids and tenderness.
- Redness or bruising around the eyes.
- Dryness and itchiness in the treated area.
- Remember, your selected colour will be stronger and more sharply defined immediately after treatment but as the healing process occurs the colour will soften and lighten.
Daily aftercare routine
Follow this aftercare routine for at least 1 week following the treatment, or until it has healed:
- Always wash your hands before applying the aftercare healing balm.
- Apply the aftercare healing balm a minimum of three times daily. You should do this using a microbrush or clean cotton bud for each application, this will prevent cross-contamination.
- We recommend you use a gentle facial cleanser to clean the face during the healing period.
- Keep hair away to prevent any infection.
- If the area gets wet, gently pat dry using clean tissue. Do not rub.
For Permanent Cosmetic Eye Treatments
Important reminders: During this period you also need to look after the treatment area in other ways:
- Some itching is normal. Do not pick, peel or scratch the treated area. This may result in the colour healing unevenly and you could also risk scarring and infection. Allow the wound to flake on its own.
- No makeup should be applied for 72 hours after the treatment. A new mascara must be used after the 72 hour period.
- Do not expose the healing skin to direct sun, tanning beds, jacuzzis, saunas, salt water, chlorinated pools, direct shower spray, hot water, skin creams or ointments other than what you have been instructed to use for two weeks following your treatment.
Long term care
- Use a good sunscreen. Sun exposure will fade your permanent cosmetics.
- If you are planning a chemical peel, MRI scan or other medical procedure, please inform your doctor of that you have permanent cosmetics.
- Please inform the National Blood Service if you donate blood, as you may not be eligible to give blood for six month’s post-procedure.