Permanent eyeliner is a tattooing technique that deposits colored pigment into the upper reticular layer of the dermis. Traditional eyeliner can smudge, smear, or wear off after a few hours. Furthermore, many find it difficult to achieve the consistent eyeliner shape and style they want from day to day. This treatment is ideal for those who want a permanent, waterproof eyeliner that is hassle-free, consistent, and always fresh.
At DermaHealth, we offer a variety of eyeliner shapes and colors to meet each individual’s unique style and preference. Some may feel both upper and lower eyeliner suits their needs best, while others feel only an upper or a lower eyeliner is appropriate for them. From an extra-thin eyeliner that simply enhances the eyelashes to a medium-thick eyeliner that defines and accentuates the eyes, we will work with you to develop your perfect permanent eyeliner solution.
While most of our clients want black or brown eyeliner, we also offer fashion colors, including blue, green, and violet on request. Due to safety concerns, we do not apply permanent eyeliner to the wet line of the eyelid.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of permanent eyeliner?
Permanent eyeliner is a convenient, safe, and noninvasive technique that can minimize the time one spends applying makeup each day. Although many people request our permanent eyeliner treatment to reduce their daily makeup routine, others find permanent eyeliner to be an ideal solution for a variety of lifestyle and environmental factors as well as medical conditions. The following types of people may wish to explore the benefits of permanent eyeliner:
- Those who can’t wear traditional eyeliner due to allergies and skin sensitivities
- Active people who want to look their best for sports activities such as swimming, hiking, biking, tennis, aerobics, etc.
- Those who don’t want to worry about smearing, sweating off, or reapplying eyeliner
- Those who have difficulty applying eyeliner
- Busy people who don’t have time to apply and refresh makeup throughout the day and evening
- Those with dexterity-related conditions, including the following:
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Stroke survivors
What other permanent cosmetics do you offer?
Beyond permanent eyeliner, we also offer procedures for permanent eyebrows, as well as treatments for scar camouflage, areola, and tattoo lightening. For an overview of our permanent cosmetics treatments, visit our Permanent Cosmetics service page.
For more information and to see if you are a candidate for permanent eyeliner, schedule a complimentary consultation with DermaHealth today.