Eyeliner is one of the most essential makeup tools for any woman who wants to look polished. The tiniest smudge on your waterline can give your face or eyes a finished, polished look. However, your natural line may not be precise enough to get the look you desire. The application may fade away too soon. These are some of the reasons why more and more women are turning to the world of permanent makeup. This is the art of tattooing where the skin is permanently removed. Below are some of the things you should know about permanent eyeliner.

What is Permanent Eyeliner?

Permanent eyeliner is a process of tattooing where the skin is permanently removed. Once the tattoo has been done, you can have it colored and have your desired design applied. This can give you a more natural look than pencil eyeliner, especially if you blink too much or like to rub your eyes. It’s also a great option for those who are allergic to makeup or just don’t want to worry about applying it each morning.

What Does It Look Like?

Permanent eyeliner is not just for those who want a dramatic look. Many different techniques can be employed to create subtle or dramatic lines. A tattoo artist can customize your line and make it as natural-looking or as bold as you desire.

The ink used in permanent makeup tattoos is made of an inert material that won’t fade, smudge, or rub off like other types of makeup. The pigment will permanently stain the skin and the liner will last for up to ten years without any perceptible change in color or pattern.

Most people notice that their eyeliner looks thicker than their natural lash line and more pronounced too. However, this isn’t true for everyone. Your tattoo artist can help you to achieve a look that is as thin and subtle as you would like it to be with just one appointment. Permanent makeup tattoos have minimal downtime with no need to worry about scaring, irritation, allergy reactions, or removal problems associated with traditional makeup products.