Permanent Eyeliner

For those wanting to be able to wake up with eye makeup, Angela now offers permanent eyeliner services. Permanent eyeliner is carried out using a slim electric or manual hand held device with various configurations of tiny needles to gently deposit high quality pigments into the upper dermal layer of the skin near the lash line of the eyes creating a long lasting make up like effect. This service is great for those who hate to leave the house without eyeliner on, those who have sensitivities to eye make up, contact users, shaken hands, poor eyesight and those who’s eyeliner tends to run causing the dreaded raccoon eye.


Consultation (15-20 minutes)$20

Thin design / Returning guest refreshers:

Upper Only$300 / $200
Lower Only$200 / $100
Upper and Lower$400 / $300

*There is a $100 non-refundable booking fee needed to secure your initial appointment. This amount will be discounted off the balance due at the first appointment.

*If you need to reschedule, please allow at least 72 hours notice. If you do not, you forfeit the original $100 and you must pay another $100 non-refundable booking fee to reschedule.

*If you need to reschedule your perfecting session, please allow at least 72 hours notice. If you do not, there will be an additional charge of $50 to reschedule.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Any time pigment is inserted under the skin it is considered a tattoo no matter what method, design or placement.

*You must be 18 years or older to receive this service per state of Wisconsin law

*You must not be ill or on any antibiotics at the time of service for best results

*If you have extremely vascular eyelids (little veins that can be seen) you may not be a good candidate for the eyeliner service as you have an increased chance of poor pigment retention due to blood flow.

*If you use lash enhancing serums it is necessary to discontinue use for at least 3 months prior to your eyeliner service. You may resume use at least one month post last procedure. (perfecting session) These serums cause increase blood flow to the area making it hyper sensitive. This can cause bleeding, bruising, and poor color retention.

*You must be off Retin-A or Retinols at least 1 week prior to procedure and do not resume for a full 30 days post second procedure. Use after the procedure may cause premature fading.

*You must be off Accutane for at least 1 year prior to procedure.

*You must be off Vitamin A and Retinol at least one month prior to procedure.

*If you have any conditions that involve the health of the skin on your face in the eye area, such as psoriasis, eczema or rosacea you may not be a good candidate. Discuss with your health care provider.

*If you have any issues at all with the overall health of your eyes, you MUST provide written consent from your doctor specifically relating to this procedure.

*If you are pregnant or nursing you must wait to receive this service.

After reviewing the FAQ labeled “ am I a candidate for the eyeliner service” and you are not certain or have had previous eyeliner tattooing from another artist an in-person consultation is mandatory.

Topical anesthetics are used prior to and during the eyeliner service, therefore, the entire process should theoretically be pretty painless. It is impossible to determine the exact level of pain one might experience even with the use of anesthetics. Peoples individual pain thresholds vary from no pain, minimally uncomfortable, to very painful. It is certain there will be some pressure from the skin securing and stretching that is crucial for proper pigment implantation. Slight stinging and some irritations from the wiping away of extra pigment on the skin
around the eye have also been noted. Some people experience a slight burning sensation if any of the anaesthetic creeps into the eye. Angela uses extreme caution and does her best to preform the service as pain free as possible whether by reapplying anesthetics or rinsing out the eyes regularly.

* it is not uncommon for people to experience a bit more sensitivity when menstruating

Yes. Your eyeliner service is not considered complete after your first session. You must come back 4-6 weeks later to perfect the liner. It isn’t until 4-6 weeks post perfecting session that shows the true final result.

A minimum of 2 weeks for superficial healing and 4-6 weeks for the initial healed result.
The final healed result is 4-6 weeks post perfecting session.

NO. That is the minimum amount of time your skin takes to heal. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Do not wear contact lenses for at least 48 hours pre-procedure

Do not wear makeup in the eye area for at least 48 hours pre-procedure

Review and follow the FAQ ” Am I a candidate for the eyeliner service”

Angela will go over the after care routine in full detail at the close of your service. The after care instructions vary from artist to artist. It is imperative to follow the after care given to you by Angela for best results.

*Do not ware contact lenses for 48 hours post procedure.

*You may resume facial makeup right away. Please take special precautions to avoid wiping off your face makeup into the eye area until healed.

*You may resume waring eye makeup after 72 hours but you must plan to purchase new eye makeup as makeup breeds bacteria. When wiping off please avoid wiping directly into the eyeliner line.

*Red, bruised and lightly swollen upper lids are common the first morning post procedure. Sleeping with your head elevated has been know to help decrease swelling. It is highly recommend to use dry cold packs on your lids for 5-10 minutes every hour on day one to help with the swelling and bruising.

*Some people experience a bit of dry eye post procedure. Saline drops may be used sparingly to relieve dry eyes.

*You may experience pupil dilation for a few hours if numbing agents with epinephrin creeped into the eyes

*Avoid tanning for at least two weeks. (Always protect your eyes and liner from the sun.)

*Avoid heavy sweating

*Don’t allow the direct shower stream to hit your eyes

*Don’t pick or rub at the healing area.

*Do not expose the area to hot tubs, saunas, salt water, chlorine water, for two weeks.

*Slight itching is not uncommon and can be a sign of healing. Do not scratch. If you must, tap with clean finger tips to relieve.

To avoid unwanted results, you must fully understand what you are getting yourself into and choose a practitioner you feel 100% comfortable with. Review images of their healed work. Discuss your expectations and desired outcome with your artist. Realise that faces are never perfectly symmetrical and your artist is not a copy machine. Adjustments may be made during the perfecting session.

If worse comes to worse Angela is trained in Lift saline removal/lightening but this should be a last resort.

When referring to any form of make up like enhancing tattoos, it is important to understand that the term “semi-permanent” and “permanent” are commonly misconstrued. The term “semi permanent” only refers to the fact that the
pigment does not wash off daily. The color must be refreshed in a timeframe that is based on a case by case basis to look its best. There will always be some trace of pigment molecules in the skin, therefore it is in fact a “permanent” procedure.

An in person consultation is mandatory if you have had a permanent eyeliner service from another artist. Angela reserves the right to refuse service to anyone she feels is not best suited for her eyeliner service.

When pre and post care instructions are followed the risk of complications are rare however, should you suspect an infection, it is necessary for you to contact your health care provider immediately to avoid any further complications. This is at the cost of the customer. Angela is not qualified to diagnose or treat any medical issues that should arise. Angela would like to note that she has yet to see a single infection or complication from any of her services.

If you have sensitive skin or allergies to topical makeup products, gold, silver, nickel, or hair dyes you should contact Angela to set up a patch test a few days in advance of your procedure. Most people choose to skip this step. Should you chose to skip this step, Angela can not be held liable for any reactions you may experience. You will be signing stating you do not feel the need for the patch test.

Other issues that can arises:
*keloid scaring (overgrowth of scar tissue)
*growths such as granulomas
*poor pigment retention
*migrating pigment
*slight asymmetry
*corneal abrasions
*Remember that there are no guarantees with any tattooing procedures

Angela is certified, licensed, inspected and approved by the state of Wisconsin to preform such services to the general public. Your health and safety is of utmost importance to her therefore, she uses high quality single use sterile tools,
maintains a clean service environment, completes blood-borne pathogen training on a yearly basis, and never stops educating herself on her craft. All this being stated, rest assured you are in great hands.

A non refundable booking fee is collected to protect Angela’s time. A mandatory 72 hour notice may allow for Angela to fill your spot on the schedule should you need to reschedule or cancel. If you do not allow for a 72 hour notice, it is
within Angela’s right to retain the booking fee. If you allow for the 72 hour notice or keep your scheduled appointment Angela will discount the fee from the full price of the service. The balance of which is due at the close of the first session. (Nothing at the perfecting session) If you do not allow for the 72 hour notice and would like to book for the future, another non refundable fee is assessed.