A quick introduction into eyeliner

A quick introduction into eyeliner

Every busy woman wishes that she could wake with a full face of flawless makeup already applied. Those long minutes spent evening out skintone and covering blemishes... let's be honest, it's not something we have time for every morning, especially when we hit the snooze button a few too many times.

While we are taught to embrace our natural beauty, there's no harm in wanting to enhance our assets, whether that's perking our lashes with a lash extension, or giving our peepers a quick swipe of eyeliner across your upper lash line.

Introducing cosmetic tattoos

Quick indeed? That's not always the case, unfortunately. Eyeliner can fast turn into a messy business, and the less time you allow yourself to steady your hands, the more disastrous the end results can be, ending in frustration.

So, why not treat yourself to a cosmetic tattoo? It's permanent makeup so you can wake up looking already made up and flawless.

You can opt for a natural lash line enhancement or a designer tattoo. Need help with what to choose? Read on for a handy guide to eyeliner shapes.

Do you want it to stay with you through thick or thin?

You'll receive a tattoo consultation with one of our specialists first. This is to help you determine what looks best for you, and involves what you want versus how to achieve it.
Eyeliner shapes can be customised to help you change up your look. For example, if you have small eyes, a wider line over the middle of your eyelid can lift them up. A wing will draw out the shape, so it looks longer and has a flirty hint.

To wing or no wing?

Winged eyeliner - it can be bold, brazen and give your eyes a playful uplift. This is when eyeliner flicks out at the end, giving you a feline look. The bigger the wing, the more dramatic the look.

While long, thick wings complement the eyes of some, there's a time and place for it. A small wing can always be added on for a night out, but once you've gotten a big swooping wing tattooed on, there's no reducing the size.

A more natural look will be a thin line, winging out ever so slightly at an angle that follows your bottom lash line.

Of course, it's all up to you, and our technicians can help guide you to find the shape that suits you best. If you'd like to know more, contact us today for a consultation.