Eyeliners Tattoo



  • NO alcohol or caffeine for 24 hours before the treatment
  • DO wash your hair the day before & Exfoliate Eyeliner skin carefully to remove dead skin can hinder pigment during procedure.
  • Sleep early the night before the treatment day.
  • NO eyelash extension on the day – please have them professionally removed at least 2 days before treatment
  • NO skincare product containing retinal, AHA, vitamins A, C and E agents for 1-2 weeks before treatment
  • STOP taking fish oil tablets (if you do) the moment you schedule your eyebrow tattoo appointment
  • NO cosmetic injections around the eyes, temple or forehead areas for at least 2 weeks before treatment
  • Please do not take any Tylenol or pain-killers before the appointment (to prevent skin sensitivity during tattoo). The procedure is described to be minimal to no pain as there is topical numbing involved.
  • Please stay hydrated (with water). Avoid alcohol and caffeine 24 hours before the tattoo procedure to prevent any excessive bruising, swelling, & bleeding
  • NO heavy workout or excessive sweat 24 hours before treatment
  • The area on your eyelids and around your eyes may feel a little tender within the first 48 hours. Some may experience a little redness on the eyelids too, which generally will disappear within a few hours or so.
  • It is extremely important that you remember not touch, scrub, scratch or pick at your eyes for 24 hours post eyeliner tattooing. This is because the inside of your eyes may still be numb from the Anaesthetics, which means that you won’t be able to feel if you have torn the delicate corneal areas within.
  • Fresh eyeliner tattoo will appear a lot darker and thicker than the final healed results, which takes place at between 6-8 weeks’ time. This is due to a 3 main reasons, the slight post treatment swelling, the Anaesthetics used during the treatment, and the fact that all cosmetic tattoo will shrink in size and fade in colour during the healing process.
  • Please re-book if you are in period.
  • Must Not :
    – Pregnant and breastfeeding
    – Have epilepsy
    – Under chemo
    – Have Diabetic
    – Have recent Botox / Fillers
    – Using retinoids
    – Have keloid scarring
    • No major health concern