Semi Permanent Eyelash Enhancer/Eyeliner
Unfortunately, due to her busy diary of eyebrow and medical micropigmentation treatments, Jeni is unable to undertake any further eye treatments until later in the year.
Eyelash Enhancement/Eyeliner is an ideal solution for those who struggle to apply eyeliner accurately daily. It is also ideal for women (and men) suffering from conditions such as alopecia who have complete eyelash loss.
Permanent Eyeliner and Permanent Eyelash Enhancement
The eyes can be one of the most troublesome areas on the face to make up every day. Even the most expensive, conventional make up still manages to melt as the day goes on and this problem is much worse in the summer when temperatures soar. Semi Permanent Eyeliner is the solution to these problems and there is a choice of techniques that can be used in the eye area.
Permanent Eyelash Enhancement – (subtle, natural and ideal for alopecia sufferers)
For those clients who do not always wish to have that natural ‘bare faced’ look, permanent eyelash enhancement is ideal. It is used to create the illusion of darker and thicker eyelashes for a very subtle but noticeable result. Pigment is placed along the upper and lower lash lines appearing to merge into the lashes for maximum effect. Different colours such as blue and green can be used but most commonly black or dark brown are chosen. Permanent eyeliner is a very effective treatment for blonde or grey haired clients who may have very fair eyelashes. (For these clients, it is recommended eyelashes are tinted at least 1 week prior to treatment).
The photos shown on this page are from our “before and after” semi permanent eyeliner makeup portfolio and are not re-touched. Please note the “after” photos were taken post procedure. Within a few days, the pigments of the permanent eyeliner will fade to a more natural and subtle effect.
Before and After Permanent Eyelash Enhancement
Permanent Eyelash Enhancement/Fine Eyeliner
This combined technique is used to create a subtle, fine eyeliner.
-How to obtain the Best Results from your treatment?
- Try to talk to your chosen practitioner.
-Have a detailed consultation to prevent misunderstandings and regrets.
- Ensure the practitioner is fully qualified, insured and registered with the Local Authority
- Always ask to see a personal portfolio of work carried out by your practitioner Styles and approach can vary enormously.
- Block Brows (solid brows) – we do not accept requests for block brows but prefer the natural hairstroke technique.
- client support. Ensure your practitioner will be available should you need advice after treatment.
Our work with cancer and alopecia patients featured in January 2011 Daily Telegraph:
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