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Eyeliner treatment in Marbella

The main objective of this treatment is to give more prominence to our look and let our eyes speak for themselves.

Inter-lash line: This technique creates an optical effect of greater volume and length, aesthetically framing the eyes.

Classic Eyeliner: The micropigmentation technique of classic eyeliner is perfect for lining your eyes without the need for makeup.

Shading eyeliner: Shading eyeliner is a further step in the micropigmentation of the eyes, it is a makeup that is done with the shading technique .

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Frequently Asked Questions

The result of semi-permanent eyeliner treatment with microblading or micropigmentation usually lasts between 1 to 3 years, depending on the type of skin, the technique used and aftercare. Touch-ups or maintenance sessions may be required to maintain color and shape over time.

Permanent eyeliner involves the implantation of pigment in the eyelash line using techniques such as microblading or micropigmentation. The results can last for years with touch-ups. On the other hand, temporary eyeliner is the use of cosmetic products such as pencil or liquid eyeliner and is removed with daily facial cleansing. The key difference is the duration and the method used.

The process of applying permanent eyeliner may cause some discomfort, but is generally not painful. A topical anesthetic may be applied to reduce sensation during the procedure. Sensitivity varies according to individual pain tolerance and the technique used.

Prior to eyeliner treatment, it is important to avoid caffeine and alcohol in the 24 hours prior to the procedure. It is also advisable to avoid taking aspirin, as it may increase the risk of bleeding. Avoid sun exposure and tanning, as well as avoiding the use of skin products containing glycolic acid, retinol or alpha hydroxy acids, also avoid the use of false eyelashes, all this contributes to have the skin prepared and in optimal conditions for the procedure. Consult the practitioner for specific instructions.

After the permanent eyeliner procedure, there may be slight redness and swelling in the treated area for a few days. It is also normal for a crust to form over the applied pigment, which will gradually flake off over a week or so. Some flaking and itching can be expected during healing. In general, recovery time is short and does not usually require significant downtime.

Although rare and infrequent, some people may be sensitive to certain pigments. It is important to perform a patch test prior to the procedure to check for any possible allergic reactions. Working with an experienced professional and using high quality pigments can reduce the risk of adverse reactions, at isabelle's we work with hypoallergenic, metal-free pigments which ensures a safe procedure for our client.

Possible risks or complications associated with permanent eyeliner treatment include infection, allergic reactions, irregular pigmentation, excessive scarring, asymmetry, unsatisfactory results in shape or color, and possible changes in pigment over time.

It is of utmost importance to perform this type of treatment with a trained and experienced professional and to follow the aftercare recommendations, in order to minimize risks or adverse reactions and thus achieve safe and satisfactory results.. At isabelle's we have qualified and experienced experts with an extensive professional background..

Yes, the touch-up process is commonly necessary in permanent eyeliner treatment. It is usually performed 4 to 8 weeks after the initial procedure to adjust the color and shape, as well as to address any areas that may need more pigment. Retouching allows for longer lasting and more uniform results. Subsequently, touch-ups can be performed according to individual needs, which may vary.

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