You’ve just had your semi-permanent eyeliner done. No more reapplying eye makeup all day or taking hours to get that perfect eyeliner wing!
But what happens after you leave the salon?
Proper aftercare is key to ensuring that your new eyeliner lasts.
So other than getting your beauty sleep, in what ways can you keep your newly treated eyes as healthy and beautiful as possible?
Don’t worry, 3Beauties is here to help!
In this article, we’ll go through the healing process and provide you with some important aftercare tips for your eyeliner embroidery during and after healing.
Immediately after the procedure, your eyeliner will look darker and bolder. This is normal and is due to the redness of the eye area.
You may also experience a slight sensation of pain or discomfort, but this should subside within a few days.
During the first week, you may notice some flaking or scabbing of the tattoo. This is also normal and is a sign of wound healing.
It is important not to pick or scratch the scabs, as this can cause the tattoo to fade or become patchy.
By this time, the tattoo should have healed completely. You may notice the colour looks a little lighter, but this is also normal due to the natural process of healing.
The final colour of your eyeliner will become visible within a few weeks.
It’s important to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your technician to ensure the best healing results.
To prevent the tattoo from becoming patchy or fading, it’s important to be gentle with the area when applying makeup or cleaning your face. Use a soft cloth or cotton swab and avoid rubbing or pulling the skin.
You also should not touch the area more than you have to while it heals. That means no eye shadow, fake eyelashes or contact lenses!
During the healing process, it’s important to avoid using skincare products that contain exfoliating or harsh ingredients, such as glycolic acid or retinol.
These ingredients can cause the tattoo to fade or become patchy. At 3Beauties, our technicians will advise you on the best skincare routine to follow after your appointment to ensure the best results.
Chlorine and salt water can cause the tattoo to fade and become patchy, so it’s important to avoid exposing the area to these substances.
If you need to swim or take a bath, make sure to protect your eyeliner by wearing goggles or keeping the area covered.
Your 3Beauties technician will advise you on the best protective products to use.
Exposure to the sun can affect the pigments of your tattoo, causing it to fade and become patchy, so it’s important to protect the area from the sun’s harmful rays.
Use high-quality sunscreen, and it is also advisable to wear sunglasses or a hat to protect the area.
This cream will help soothe the area and reduce any swelling or redness. It’s important to apply the cream as directed by your technician to ensure the best results and quickest healing process.
Your eyeliner embroidery may need touch-up appointments to keep it looking its best. This is because the colour can fade over time, and the shape may need to be refreshed.
At 3Beauties, our technicians will advise you on when to schedule a touch-up appointment to ensure that your eyeliner always looks its best.
Eyeliner embroidery can be a convenient way to enhance your appearance, but proper aftercare is key to ensuring the best results.
Trust 3Beauties to bring out your natural beauty and provide the care you need to keep your new eyeliner looking its best.
If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable technicians.
Book your appointment today and experience the convenience and beauty of eyeliner embroidery!