defining styles


Invisible | Designer | Stardust

Define and enhance your lash line with our eyeliner tattooing. With our variety of styles and colours, we can find the perfect option for your desired look.

All clients must attend a consultation to find out what technique is suited best before booking in the full treatment. All treatments include one 4-8 week touchup & aftercare pack.

Eyeliner Tattooing Sydney


A thin line that is blended seamlessly into the lashes to enhance the natural lash line. This technique helps your lash line appear fuller. Suitable for those who are wanting a soft natural look. Colours available: Brown, Black-Brown, Black


A subtle winged liner that enhances the natural eye shape. This technique is great for those needing an instant lift. Best suited for those who enjoy wearing subtle winged eyeliner daily. Colours available: Brown, Black-Brown, Black


Stardust liner is a smokey yet lightly powdered look. This technique is great for mimicking your everyday smokey liner. This is done with a mix of 2 colours to define and enhance the lash line. Can be done with or without a wing. Colours available: Brown, Black-Brown, Black, Emerald, Blue


Price Varies

Touchup fee is considered when the initial semi-permanent makeup is still visible and does not require major re-mapping & colour implantation. Existing Clients Only. At Eva Mercedes we do NOT do colour boosts for clients who did not get their initial permanent makeup from us. All clients with existing permanent makeup need to book in for a 15 minute consultation prior to making an appointment.


Before each treatment, the skin should not be burnt, nor in recovery or regeneration process.
The following treatments are not recommended 30 days before the treatment:
• Botox and fillers
• Fruit or lactic acids
• Laser treatments
• Chemical peel
• Exposure to strong sunlight.


How to make sure your results last

30 minutes after undergoing your treatment, gently cleanse the eyebrows using the provided cotton round dampened with lukewarm water.

You should continue to cleanse the skin until you no longer find traces of pigment or coloured lymph on the on the cotton round. In this way, the excess lymph is removed in order to prevent formation of scabs, which are not desired at all when it comes to pigmentation.

Having cleansed the skin, you should then apply the cream recommended to you based on your skin type and habits.

This process should be repeated 3-5 times during the first day…

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…If the treatment was undergone in the afternoon you do not have to repeat the mentioned process 3-5 times, although we recommend that you try your best to.


Before going to bed and after you have rinsed your eyebrows and applied the recommended cream for the final time. You will then apply a dressing ontop of the treated area to sleep with for the first night.


Over the next 6 days morning & night, gently cleanse the eyebrows using the provided cotton round dampened with luke warm water and use the recommended cream.


Do not saturate your eyebrows for the first 7 days.


When washing your hair please use the eyebrow visors provided in your touchup kit to avoid wetting your eyebrows.

The eyebrows must not get wet while washing the face or having a shower.


In clients with extremely oily skin, the after care (rinsing and applying the cream) is recommended only on the first day, while in the following days the client should not apply any ointment or cream. Due to the fact that each change in the skin structure (forming of light fibre tissues) prevents pigment retention in the future periods, it is very important that the skin is well healed. In order to achieve that, it is recommended to use Anti-Scar gel 7days after the treatment. Instructions for using this gel are included with the product.


What is to be avoided during the first 7 days:

During the first 7 days, avoid all creams(except the protective ones), all the makeup (foundation) in the eyebrow area.

Avoid exercises that cause excessive sweating, sauna, facial massage and inhalation.


In the next 30 days avoid:

Sun tanning, sun beds, light (laser) therapy, chemical peels, fruit acids, micro dermabrasion, creams that contain regeneration factors.

You should always avoid laser treatments over the treated area during the healing period (Fraxel laser, IPL) because they can destroy the pigment and cause inflammation. Faster fading out of pigment can happen if the clients use antibiotics or hormonal therapy. Always protect your eyelinerfrom the sun by using sun protection cream (not only during the first 7 days)

Frequently Asked


What would you like to know?
What is the healing process like?

You may experience some of the following;

  • Scabbing, if this happens do not pick the scab! It will naturally fall of on its own
  • Itchiness, itchiness indicates the healing process is well on its way! Try not to touch your eyes when you feel this sensation
  • Redness, this will subside within the first few days
Can I get muscle relaxants before or after tattooing my eyeliner?

It is recommended that you get muscle relaxants no less than 21 days BEFORE or AFTER tattooing your eyeliner.

How long does my eyeliner take to heal after tattooing?

Your eyeliner will be completed healed after 4 weeks.

Can I play sport or swim after getting my eyeliner tattooed?

You only need to wait for 7 days after your appointment before getting them wet or sweaty!

Can I wear makeup after I get my eyeliner tattooed?

Yes of course, you can wear face makeup straight away if your avoiding the eye area. We prefer if you do not wear eye makeup for at least 7 days after your appointment whilst it is an open wound.

How long does it take to get my eyeliner tattooed?

Your initial appointment takes 2 hours & generally your touch-up will only take 1.5 hours depending on the healed result from your initial appointment.

Will my eyeliner look natural if I get it tattooed?

Yes! Whether you choose invisible, designer or stardust we will always make it look like a natural enhancement.

Can I get my eyeliner tattooed if I’m on medication?

This depends on what medication it is. Below is a list of medications that are a contraindication for tattooing;

  • Opioids (Tramadol, Endone, Oxycodone)
  • Roaccutane/Accutane (current or within 12 months)
  • Antibiotic/Doxycycline
  • Prescription Vitamin A
  • Warfarin/Heparin/Blood Thinners
  • Fish Oil/Krill Oil


Below is a list of medications that may affect the healed colour outcome and/or healing;

  • Prednisone (GP Approval Letter Required)
  • Tamoxifen (GP Approval Letter Required)
  • Thyroxine
  • HRT/OCT (GP Approval Letter Required)
  • Other medication (GP Approval Letter Required)
Can my badly tattooed eyeliner be fixed?

Yes, we can fix this with non-laser tattoo removal. We do not recommend tattooing over the top of your current “bad” eyeliner tattoo.

How long does eyeliner tattoo last?

Eyeliner tattoo lasts 2-5 years before needing a colour boost. Each client result varies depending on how quickly the skin metabolises the pigment.

Treatment Contraindications
  • Pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding
  • Planning/trying to conceive
  • Hepatitis (A,B or C)
  • Sunburn within 2 weeks or still visible
Health Considerations

Please book in a consultation if you have any of the below conditions as this may affect your treatment;


  • Diabetes Type 1 or 2 – Is your condition being managed? Your healing may be impaired and/or effect the healed outcome. GP Approval letter required.
  • High or low blood pressure – You may feel slightly dizzy, please note your treatment will take a total of 2 hours per session.
  • Blood clotting issues
  • Hepatitis (A,B or C)
  • Herpes Simplex
  • Liver Disease
  • Rosacea
  • Trichotillomania
  • Anaemia
  • Keloid Scarring
  • Moles on the area
  • Alopecia
  • Eczema/Dermatitis
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Anxiety
  • Thyroid Disorders
  • Autoimmune Disorders
  • Sunburn (2 weeks prior)
  • Immunodeficiency Virus
  • Allergies
What to expect when getting your eyeliner tattooed?

You can expect your eyelids to be slightly swollen, especially if you are very sensitive.

You may experience some itchiness or redness; this should subside within 7 days.

What should you not do before getting tattooed eyeliner?

Before each treatment, the skin should not be burnt, nor in recovery or regeneration process.

The following treatments are not recommended 30 days before the treatment:

  • Cosmetic muscle relaxers and fillers
  • fruit or lactic acids
  • laser treatments
  • chemical peel
  • exposure to strong sunlight


  • Do not drink alcohol for 2 days before the treatment
  • Waxing or threading must be done at least 2-3 days before the treatment.
  • Do not take aspirin, niacin, vitamin E, fish oils or Ibuprofen for at least 48 hours before the treatment.
  • Please note if you are expecting or currently in your menstrual cycle, you will feel more sensitive
Does eyeliner tattooing fade?

Yes! Eyeliner tattooing at Eva Mercedes Cosmetic Studio is semi-permanent. Colour retention will vary person to person and change depending on the technique you are best suited to.

Can you shower after you get your eyeliner tattooed?

Yes, you will be given a guard to protect your new eyeliner in the shower from getting wet in the first 7 days!

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