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SEMI PERMANENT Lash Enhancement

Lash enhancements define the eyes and brighten the face with a subtle yet effective placement of pigment against the top lash line. Lash enhancement adds definition with an ultra-thin black line through the lash line, delivering an almost undetectable yet seamless eye-popping effect! It's a common misconception with semi-permanent eyeliner that you need to add a wing or apply heavily to the top-lip for good results. In fact, long term this will require high levels of maintenance and the strong black pigments leave the skin. Lash enhancements offer the same eye popping effect without any faded out pigment on the lid. 

more on semi permanent eyelash enhancements

We offer consultations but they are by no means mandatory. You can book a consultation or book right in, its completely up to you. V Liner is particularly good for people who struggle with sensitive skin, or those who cannot use standard makeup products for any reason. For those who play sports, swim or do other activities that would normally cause makeup to run, this treatment is a must have. An expertly applied Eyeliner Tattoo is the perfect solution to thicker, darker lashes and more defined eyes, giving you a professional make up result that stays put and doesn’t need to be removed every night or meticulously drawn on each morning. For those who have full or partial hair loss to the lashes, semi permanent eyeliner will help bring back definition to your eyes and enhance your features. 

Results and what to expect while healing 

Results can be seen instantly however optimal results can be expected a week after your top up session. Your initial eyeliner colour is approximately 30% darker and slightly larger than it will be when it’s healed. This is due to colour oxidation that occurs the subsequent days following your procedure. This is simply air (oxygen) comes into the skin and darkens the pigment. This is usually the time where clients feel their liner is not subtle enough and panic - don't worry! The liner will soften and lighten from 25 to 30% as the skin continues through its healing cycle.  As for downtime, eyeliner is one of the most forgiving SPMU treatments, you will have no trouble driving home and going about the rest of your day normally. 

Oils break down pigments and have a huge impact on how your results will come out. foundation often has oils in as well as some creams, avoid using these around the treated area for 7 days to ensure the best results. Similarly, hyaluronic acids should be avoided.


 Additionally, its vital to avoid the possability of infection. Vaseline acts as a barrier not allowing the skin to breathe or heal so avoid using this during your healing stage. This also goes for mascara, this can cause infection so avoid the use of mascara for 7 days after your eyeliner treatment.  

V Liner FAQ'S

Is the Procedure Painful?

The procedure is not supposed to be painful at all, you might feel a slight itching and a scratching sensation. We use a pre numbing cream to numb the area for 20 minutes prior to the treatment to ensure the maximum level of comfortability.

How Long is the Procedure?

Duration of the procedure is within 1 hour and 30 minutes.


Eyeliner aftercare is super simple and hassle free. All you need to do is keep the area clean with cotton pads and water and ensure you avoid oil based products and mascara for 7 days. 

who is most suitable

That's right, everyone is suitable for eyeliner unless your are pregnant or breastfeeding. In this case you will need to allow 12 weeks after birth or when you stop breastfeeding before you come in for an appointment. This allows the hormones to rebalance as unregulated hormones impact how well pigment holds in the skin. 

Those most suited to the treatment are:

  • Swimmer or sports person that's makeup will run during activities 

  • Any individual who has experiences full or partial hair loss

  • If you hate the faff of daily eyeliner application but love the look

  • If you want your eyelashes to look thicker and fuller 

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