Nanoliner is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that densifies the lash line, creating a delicate eyeliner but also a more structured Eyeshadow. This technique is performed by manually depositing pigment in the upper layer of the epidermis with the help of a pen and micro-needles.
How long does it last?
The result of such a procedure, which takes between 1 and 3 years before disappearing completely, the color will gradually fade by then. We advise to maintain your micropigmentation with the help of touch-ups to keep the result longer. Remember that semi-permanent make-up is an ART and not an exact science. Results may vary depending on the client’s age, her cell regeneration capacity, the level of pigment used and her lifestyle.
How long is the appointment?
The service can last between 1 and 2 hours depending on the work to be done. The consultation is part of the appointment. After filling out the client form, the technician will draw the eyeliner line, choose the pigment to be used according to the desired result and begin the procedure.
How long does it take to heal?
The visible healing time is calculated between 7-10 days and 3-4 weeks before the color stabilizes to give way to the final result. The day after the procedure, there may be significant swelling of the eyelid, not to worry, this will gradually diminish within 1-2 days. Thereafter, the crust that has formed will begin to flake off, giving way to a much lighter pigmentation. The client will then feel as if she has nothing left. It is necessary to give the skin some time to allow the pigment to resurface and, if it does not appear in certain places, the planned touch-up will finalize the work.
Does it hurt?
Depending on each person’s tolerance level, some discomfort may be felt. An anesthetic gel is applied in order to numb the area and thus make the work more pleasant.
Will I need a touch-up?
Retouching is always necessary in order to finalize the work. This is done about 4 weeks after the first service.
Who is not an ideal candidate for this procedure?
Anyone using anticoagulants, diabetics, pregnant, undergoing chemotherapy or hemophiliacs. If you have just had eye surgery, you must consult your doctor to obtain his approval.
Advice before the service
- Do not take aspirin or alcohol 24 hours before the appointment.
- Avoid coffee on the morning of the appointment. Wash your hair on the day of the appointment.
- Do not eat spicy foods a few days before your appointment.
- Stop using Retin-A & AHA skin care products near the area of improvement two weeks before and after your procedure.
- If you wear contact lenses, you should remove them in the morning of your appointment and prefer to wear glasses.