Over 20,000 clients.
Upper and Lower Eyeliner
Highlight your eyes with permanent eyeliner.
$299 Master Upper Eyeliner - Get upper eyeliner with our Master artists for only $299. Touchup not included. (2 hours. $50 dep.)
$99 Master Upper Eyeliner Touchup (Return Clients Only) - Returning clients can get an upper eyeliner touchup with our Master artists for only $99. (2 hours. $50 dep.)
$249 Master Lower Eyeliner - Get lower eyeliner with our Master artists for only $249. Touchup not included. (2 hours. $50 dep.)
$99 Master Lower Eyeliner Touchup (Return Clients Only) - Returning clients can get a lower eyeliner touchup with our Master artists for only $99. (2 hours. $50 dep.)
$99 Student Upper Eyeliner - Get upper eyeliner with our student artists for $99. Touchup not included. (2 hours. $20 dep.)
$50 Student Upper Eyeliner Touchups (Return Clients Only) - Return clients can get an upper eyeliner touchup for only $50 with our student artists. Not for first time clients. (2 hours. $20 dep.)
$99 Student Lower Eyeliner - Get lower eyeliner with our student artists for $99. Touchup not included. (2 hours. $20 dep.)
$50 Student Lower Eyeliner Touchups (Return Clients Only) - Return clients can get a lower eyeliner touchup for only $50 with our student artists. Not for first time clients. (2 hours. $20 dep.)
Multiple Services (25% Off) - Get 25% off when you combine 2 or more of our services, including brows, lips, eyeliner, scalp, and skin needling.
Please reach us at 727-213-8811 if you cannot find an answer to your question.
It is more like semi-permanent. Permanent makeup is designed to fade over time and does require maintenance touchups every couple years.
Prices are based on the experience level of our artists.
Black, brow, or blue.
That depends on your skin, but typically you would get a touchup every 1-2 years. Eyeliner fades faster than brows because it is in a thinner skin area where pigment cannot be injected as deeply.
Varies from person to person. Everybody is different. We use numbing cream, but some people still feel a little discomfort. Don't worry. Everybody makes it through. (Note: Eyeliner and lips are more sensitive than brows.)
We don't recommend doing permanent makeup if you have a history of any allergic reactions. Some of the ingredients in our numbing creams include Lidocaine, Tetracaine, and Epinephrine.
Permanent makeup takes 6 weeks to heal. After the 6 weeks of healing, if needed, you would get a touchup. We cannot do touchups before the 6 weeks are over because your skin needs time to heal properly and the color and shape need to set. (Touchups not included.)
Yes. We don't do anything too bold, but we do wings in moderation.
Yes. You should expect to get a 6-week touchup for fine tuning then a refresh touchup every 1-2 years. Permanent makeup fades over time so there is maintenance involved, but it is better than doing your makeup everyday. Results vary widely depending on how your skin heals.
No. Touchups are for return clients. New clients are first time price.
No. We just do permanent makeup. Brows, lips, eyeliner, scalp, and skin needling.
Yes. They get in the way of permanent lashes.
Yes. Don't worry. It's typical for the healing process. The color typically fades or is gone completely then comes back over the next few weeks. If it doesn't come back, we can see how it healed at the touchup and make the adjustment. Sorry. We just cannot predict how it will heal.
It isn't unusual. It is impossible to predict how your skin will heal. Some clients heal light or like the pigment didn't take. We will see how it healed at the 6 week and make adjustments. Stick to the process and most clients are fine. In some cases, clients need a couple touchups. (Note: Occasionally client's skin kicks out the pigment quickly and permanent makeup doesn't work for them, but that is unusual.)
They might, but healing is unpredictable for permanent makeup. It depends how your skin heals. You should expect to get a 6-week touchup. We can see how your skin healed then make the adjustments.
We do this as best practices. It is easy to widen them at the touchup. If we make them too thick at the first procedure, then it will be difficult to make them thinner.
No. We recommend you don't wear contact when getting eyeliner.
Eyeliner may swell a little. Usually you don't need a driver, but if would be nice to have a driver just in case (or you can always taxi/Uber).
No, for safety reasons. Most don't want to go to the waterline anyway.
We recommend no sun/burns at least 1 week before and after. Longer if possible.