Treatments

Mystique Permanent Eyeliner Birmingham

TREATMENT OVERVIEW

This method of Semi-Permanent Makeup allows you to add definition and depth to your eyes. It creates the iconic and timeless smokey, cat eye look. This is a very versatile eyeliner choice for those who like to combine the casual chic and evening glamour in your everyday appearance. This technique is based on shading black and grey pigments to create the gradient, however other colours can be used.

TREATMENT INFORMATION

We’re proud to offer our signature Mystique Permanent Eyeliner in Birmingham. Before pigmentation takes place in the desired area a shape will be drawn by the technician for your approval. After that the colour will be chosen to suit your features and complexion to perfectly match your natural appearance in the area. After full approval of the pre-drawn shape a permanent makeup will take place and the treatment regularly lasts for a couple of hours during which we make sure you are comfortable. Use of anaesthetics helps with any discomfort during the treatment.

Immediately after the treatment the appearance of your lips will be much darker and more intense. It softens during the next few days as the swelling goes down and the scabbing process starts. Full healing of the area takes between 4 to 12 weeks. Book your Mystique Permanent Eyeliner in Birmingham now.

 

BEFORE TREATMENT

48 HOURS BEFORE AVOID: 4 WEEKS BEFORE AVOID: PATCH TEST IMPORTANT
Alcohol, caffeine, and painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen, it can thin the blood and increase the likelihood of bleeding which can result in decreased colour retention.
  • Tinting and waxing
  • Products that contain AHA/Glycolic/Retin
  • High sun exposure/ sun beds
  • Botox, threads in the area
  • Any other treatments that cause skin regeneration for prolonged period of time
A Patch test must be carried out minimum 48 hours prior to the appointment to check for allergies, for all products used during the treatment Please inform us if you have any of the following:

  • Semi-Permanent Makeup done in the past few years
  • Have any health or skin issues
  • Taking any medications, or undergoing a medical treatment of any kind

AFTERCARE

FIRST 7 DAYS AVOID:

  • All the creams (except for the protective one),
  • All make-up (foundation)
  • Workouts that involve a lot of sweating,
  • Sauna
  • Facial massage

 

TO AVOID IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS:

  • Sunbathing, sunbeds,
  • Light therapies, chemical peelings, microdermabrasion, steaming
  • Creams that contain regeneration factors e.g., Retinol
  • Always avoid laser treatments over the treated area (Fraxel laser, IPL), because they can destroy the pigment and cause burns.
  • Use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to a faster pigment fading.
  • Always protect the area from the sun with SPFs (not during the first 7 days).

TREATMENT SUMMARY

Procedure time

3 hours

Back at Work

Next day

Anaesthetic

Topical

Recovery Time

4-8 weeks

Sensitivity Period

5-7 days

Duration of Results

1-3 years

Risks and Complications

Redness, itching, scabbing

TREATMENT BENEFITS

Smokey eye look

Creates depth and definition

Saves time in the morning

Perfect, symmetrical liner

Long lasting results

TREATMENT AREAS

BEFORE & AFTER

Before
After

Why Choose Starbrows

Local Salon

Supportive

Accredited

Reassuring

Realistic

Frequently Asked Questions

The longevity of eyeliner results is mostly determined by the oiliness, thickness, and age of the skin. Sweating and sun exposure also have a major impact on pigment retention; semi-permanent makeup should be protected from the sun using SPF to prolong the results. It usually lasts between 1 and 5 years with regular maintenance treatment once a year recommended.

In general, the clients describe the treatment as not painful, however some experience slight discomfort. It depends on a client’s pain threshold and the area that is being treated. Topical anaesthetics are being used before and during the treatment to soothe the discomfort.

It takes a few years for the colour to completely fade away from the skin, the fading time depends on the: area, depth and technique used also the colour. The darker the colour was used- the longer it will last. Fading also depends on the age and external factors.

The method chosen will depend on whether you would like to add bold definition to your eyes or if you like to keep things simple. These are all the methods that are available. The chosen method can be established upon a consultation.
Classic liner- simplicity and definition to enhance natural eyelashes and make the eyes stand out.
Mystique liner- Smokey cat eye appearance looking liner with the colour intensity suited for the client. Very unique method of pigmentation creating an evening makeup look but at the same time subtle.
Colour art liner- Eyeliner that combines two colours to create a very unique look for brave women that want to express themselves. Variety of colours is used to enhance the natural colour of the eyes.

Correction of your Permanent Makeup is done after 4 to 8 weeks after the initial session. Up to 60% of colour can be lost during the healing process and that is absolutely normal. Top up session is recommended for every client to make sure the permanent makeup lasts longer and looks its best.

As the swelling goes down, the liner will be decreased to the proper thickness in 2-3 days and will be more even. Few weeks post your treatment, the colour intensity of your eyeliner will progressively lighten. In 4-8 weeks, the area should be healed, and you should be able to see the final colour and shape. Any necessary adjustments can be made at this stage.

Description

We’re proud to offer our signature Mystique Permanent Eyeliner in Birmingham. Before pigmentation takes place in the desired area a shape will be drawn by the technician for your approval. After that the colour will be chosen to suit your features and complexion to perfectly match your natural appearance in the area. After full approval of the pre-drawn shape a permanent makeup will take place and the treatment regularly lasts for a couple of hours during which we make sure you are comfortable. Use of anaesthetics helps with any discomfort during the treatment.

Immediately after the treatment the appearance of your lips will be much darker and more intense. It softens during the next few days as the swelling goes down and the scabbing process starts. Full healing of the area takes between 4 to 12 weeks. Book your Mystique Permanent Eyeliner in Birmingham now.

 

BEFORE TREATMENT

48 HOURS BEFORE AVOID: 4 WEEKS BEFORE AVOID: PATCH TEST IMPORTANT
Alcohol, caffeine, and painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen, it can thin the blood and increase the likelihood of bleeding which can result in decreased colour retention.
  • Tinting and waxing
  • Products that contain AHA/Glycolic/Retin
  • High sun exposure/ sun beds
  • Botox, threads in the area
  • Any other treatments that cause skin regeneration for prolonged period of time
A Patch test must be carried out minimum 48 hours prior to the appointment to check for allergies, for all products used during the treatment Please inform us if you have any of the following:

  • Semi-Permanent Makeup done in the past few years
  • Have any health or skin issues
  • Taking any medications, or undergoing a medical treatment of any kind
Aftercare:

FIRST 7 DAYS AVOID:

  • All the creams (except for the protective one),
  • All make-up (foundation)
  • Workouts that involve a lot of sweating,
  • Sauna
  • Facial massage

 

TO AVOID IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS:

  • Sunbathing, sunbeds,
  • Light therapies, chemical peelings, microdermabrasion, steaming
  • Creams that contain regeneration factors e.g., Retinol
  • Always avoid laser treatments over the treated area (Fraxel laser, IPL), because they can destroy the pigment and cause burns.
  • Use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to a faster pigment fading.
  • Always protect the area from the sun with SPFs (not during the first 7 days).

The longevity of eyeliner results is mostly determined by the oiliness, thickness, and age of the skin. Sweating and sun exposure also have a major impact on pigment retention; semi-permanent makeup should be protected from the sun using SPF to prolong the results. It usually lasts between 1 and 5 years with regular maintenance treatment once a year recommended.

In general, the clients describe the treatment as not painful, however some experience slight discomfort. It depends on a client’s pain threshold and the area that is being treated. Topical anaesthetics are being used before and during the treatment to soothe the discomfort.

It takes a few years for the colour to completely fade away from the skin, the fading time depends on the: area, depth and technique used also the colour. The darker the colour was used- the longer it will last. Fading also depends on the age and external factors.

The method chosen will depend on whether you would like to add bold definition to your eyes or if you like to keep things simple. These are all the methods that are available. The chosen method can be established upon a consultation.
Classic liner- simplicity and definition to enhance natural eyelashes and make the eyes stand out.
Mystique liner- Smokey cat eye appearance looking liner with the colour intensity suited for the client. Very unique method of pigmentation creating an evening makeup look but at the same time subtle.
Colour art liner- Eyeliner that combines two colours to create a very unique look for brave women that want to express themselves. Variety of colours is used to enhance the natural colour of the eyes.

Correction of your Permanent Makeup is done after 4 to 8 weeks after the initial session. Up to 60% of colour can be lost during the healing process and that is absolutely normal. Top up session is recommended for every client to make sure the permanent makeup lasts longer and looks its best.

Treatment Summary
Procedure time

3 hours

Back at Work

Next day

Anaesthetic

Topical

Recovery Time

4-8 weeks

Sensitivity Period

5-7 days

Duration of Results

1-3 years

Risks and Complications

Redness, itching, scabbing

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