Permanent Eyelash definers or Eyeliners are the solution for many women who want to emphasise their eyes without the daily struggle of attempting eyeliner and makeup.

Most popular is the Eyelash definer, making the eyelashes look fuller and more enhanced. Pigment is placed along the lash line to enhance your eyes.

Eyeliner is as it suggests, a permanent eyeliner effect to really open and show off your eyes!

Eyeliner / lash enhancer treatments are created from medical grade mineral pigments which are hypoallergenic and perfect for sensitive eyes or contact lens wearers.


  • Smudge free
  • Tear proof
  • Hassle free
  • Enhancing


Consultation: FREE

£250.00 upper or lower liner.
£290.00 both.
Maintain / colour boost
within 6 months: £90.00 (upper or lower) £120.00 (both)
up to 1 year: £150.00 (upper or lower) £180.00 (both)
up to 2 years: £180 (upper or lower) £225 (both)

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The Permanent Eyeliner Treatment

The first stage is a consultation. This is normally done as part of your initial treatment, but can be done separately. I will talk with you about what you are trying to achieve and what can be recommended to you.  Once I have an idea of the look you are aiming for I measure and draw / reshape your browswith a makeup pencil so you can see what it will look like. I will never begin the tattoo process until you are completely happy with what it is going to look like.

Using the Long Time Liner Contour Duo device I gently apply pigment to the area using a very fine needle.  You should not feel any discomfort however I will check with you throughout the process to ensure you are as pain free as possible. The process normally takes around 90-120 minutes but varies from person to person. After the treatment you will be given an aftercare pack to take home. Your brows may feel a bit tender and red and the pigment can look up to 40/50% darker than the desired colour until the start to heal around 4 days later.

A second appointment is needed 4-12 weeks after your initial  treatment. This is usually quicker than the first appointment but is necessary to add more pigment to the area. As the area is healing, some parts may lose pigment or become patchy. This is completely normal as everyone heals differently.