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Permanent Eyeliner

Permanent Eyeliner is a cosmetic tattoo that lasts in the skin 2-5 years depending on skin type and environmental factors. It is fully customizable to your eyes and meant to lift & define. Book your appointment today and kiss smeared eyeliner good-bye!

What is Permanent Eyeliner?

Permanent eyeliner is a cosmetic tattoo procedure to give you the look of eyeliner without having to deal with getting the lines straight and even.


Benefits to permanent eyeliner are:

  • no more smeared liner

  • stop struggling to get it straight and even

  • wake up looking ready to go and refreshed

  • perfect for anyone looking for a no-makeup makeup routine

Pricing (all eyeliner services are $100 off through the month of March. Price will be reflected at check out.)

Lash Enhancement: $300

Darken and define your lash line. This service does not go above the lash line and can not have a wing added. This is the perfect place to start if you are unsure of what type of liner is best for you.

Classic Liner: $350 +$50 for wing

Customized to your eye shape and your style. Add a wing to finish the look!

Smudged Liner: $400 +$50 for wing

This is a thicker line and more of a makeup/shadow look. 

Perfecting Session (6 weeks from initial appointment): $100

Perfecting sessions are done 6 weeks from the appointment to perfect the liner after the healing process. 

Annual Perfecting Session: $200

Annual sessions are for guests that have had their liner done after 12 weeks up to 4 years. Anything longer than 4 years or if the pigment has almost completely faded is considered a new liner and will be charged the price of an initial liner appointment.

You can check out more pictures of liner over on my IG!

People who are not candidates for PMU services

*must be 18+ to receive PMU services from The Luxxy Co

  • Diabetic

  • Nursing or pregnant

  • Viral infections

  • Epilepsy

  • Some cardiac diseases (i.e. pacemakers)

  • Liver disease

  • Autoimmune diseases (i.e. lupus)

  • Chemo therapy within the last 6 months (no chemo for 6 months and have a doctor approval)

  • History of keloid scarring

  • Allergy to lidocaine 

  • Have used accutane within the last year

  • Skin conditions in the area (i.e. psoriasis, acne, eczema, vitiligo)

  • Organ transplant

  • Taking blood thinners (needs doctor approval)

  • Currently on Accutane 

Pre-care: what to do to prepare for your appointment

  • Do not consume alcohol OR caffeine 24 hours prior to your appointment

  • No excessive sweating 24 hours prior. This means no tanning beds, exercise, or saunas.

  • Unless medically necessary, stop use of medications and/or supplements that thin the blood such as; fish oils, herbals, vitamin E, Asprin, Coumadin, Tylenol, Niacin, Ibprofen. (written permission from a doctor is needed 

  • Stop use of Retinol, Retin-A, and Retinoids at least 7 days prior to appointment. The use of these products should be avoided for 30 days after the treatment as well. Use of these products on and around the brow area after service is provided will cause premature fading of your pigment.

  • You must be off of Accutane for at least 1 year prior to service

  • Blemishes such as acne, burns, cuts, and skin irritations will need to be fully healed before service can be provided

  • Stop use of any brow or lash growth serums 8 weeks prior to procedure

  • Fillers and Botox should be done 4+ before or 4+ weeks after the service


FAQ: What should I know before I arrive?

  • Do not wear contacts to your appointment and you should not wear contacts for 10-14 days after

  • It is extremely rare, but allergic reactions to the pigments are possible. This could be delayed or immediate.

  • Hormone therapies can affect the pigment color and saturation

Post Care: I got my liner, now what?


  • Directly after the service you will be given a clean cotton round to blot your brows every 30-60 seconds for the next 30 minutes to an hour. We want to do this to make sure that we aren't letting lymph fluid build up and cause scabbing.

  • You will keep the area as dry as possible during the healing period.

  • Do not pick any scabs/crusts

  • Avoid swimming, sweating, sun exposure, saunas, tanning beds, etc.

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