Many of the world’s top beauty influencers are tossing out their eye pencils and liquid liners, making the switch to permanent eyeliner instead. With so many benefits to offer, the permanent liner is one of the best beauty decisions you’ll ever make:
OM Studio provides clients with an extensive selection of permanent eyeliners options, including the ability to combine top and bottom liner. If you aren’t sure which look or technique is right for you, we are happy to answer your questions during a consultation appointment.
If you’ve ever wished you could enjoy the convenience and style of perfect eyeliner all the time, permanent eyeliner might be for you. Even if you tend to rock an ultra-natural makeup look, PMU eyeliner can be customized to add a subtle touch to your everyday style. For clients that enjoy expressing their style with dramatic eye makeup looks, the PMU procedure can also be tailored to match.
All PMU colors at OM Studio are custom-blended to flawlessly match the look you want. If you have a specific shade in mind, feel free to bring in an eyeliner pencil or powder (or a photo) as an example.
The permanent eyeliner process takes between two to three hours on average, depending on your selected style.
Your PMU artist will use a gentle numbing cream to make sure that you’re comfortable throughout the entire procedure. Many of our clients report that the experience involves much less discomfort than they initially expected.
Preparing for the permanent eyeliner procedure is similar to the prep process for other types of PMU. Avoid ibuprofen, aspirin, and alcohol for a full 24 hours prior, and Retin-A/AHA products, waxing, laser, and electrolysis for about a week beforehand.
If you are currently pregnant or breastfeeding, we do not recommend permanent eyeliner.
About 6-12 weeks after your first appointment, we can schedule a touchup to complete the look and finalize the color and shape. Once that step is complete, you can expect your PMU to last between three to five years (depending on a few different factors). Most of our clients schedule color touchups within three years to keep their permanent eyeliner looking fresh and fade-free.
Liver disease – high risk of infection
Compromised skin near treatment area
Keloid scarring (microblading patients)
Skin conditions like psoriasis, dermatitis etc. near the treatment area
If you have or ever had hypersensitive eyes, watery eyes, tear duct plugs, severe allergies,
refractive eye surgery, glaucoma, pressure in your eyes due to high blood pressure.
The Following medical conditions require a note from your doctor giving consent:
Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2, high blood pressure, auto-immune disease, thyroid/Grave’s disease Any other medical conditions that causes slow healing or high risk of infection.
Must be over 18 years of age to receive Permanent Cosmetic or Paramedical Micropigmentation procedures. Cannot have parental content.