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Prices subject to change.


Lash Enhancement Top Eyeliner $350

This eyeliner style is very conservative, creating a very subtle, thin line just enough to slightly enhance the natural lash line

Dusty Top Eyeliner $400

This style of eyeliner creates a more distinct dusty eyeliner look as if created with a liquid eyeliner.

Subtle Winged Eyeliner $500

Much like the “dusty top liner” but with a subtle wing added to the outer corner.

Dramatic Cat Eye $600

Beautiful dramatic eyeliner from inner corner that extends past the outer corner for a dramatic look.

Bottom Eyeliner $300

Bottom lash line enhancement customized to the individual client.

12 Month Touch Up $200

Touch ups are for returning clients looking to enhance a fading eyeliner to create a more bold, vibrant look. If you're coming from another artist, please call the salon to make an appointment.

2 Year Touch Up $300

Touch ups are for returning clients looking to enhance a fading eyeliner to create a more bold, vibrant look. If you're coming from another artist, please call the salon to make an appointment.


What is Eyeliner Tattooing? 

Eyeliner tattooing is a treatment that replaces the need to wear eyeliner each day, saving you time in your daily makeup routine. The semi-permanent cosmetic treatment involves using a tattooing technique to apply ink along the lash line to create the appearance of eyeliner (annual touch ups are recommended due to fading over time). Eyeliner tattoos can be applied in a variety of styles, from extremely thin (natural lash enhancing), to thicker lines, and even winged eyeliner. The procedure also helps to improve the appearance of light-colored or missing lashes.

How long will my eyeliner look this good? 

Eyeliner tattoo treatments are considered semi-permanent and will look great for one to two years, depending on genetics, lifestyle, and skin type. Because of natural skin regeneration, an annual touchup is recommended to keep your eyeliner looking fresh. Cosmetic makeup is designed to fade over time.

How many treatments are needed? 

One session is all that is needed. A touchup is only needed if the treatment did not yield any results (for example if the skin did not hold any pigmentation). Please review our Eyeliner Tattoo Touchup Policy.

How long does the procedure take? 

The tattoo procedure itself takes about 1 - 2 hours, depending on the eyeliner style you choose (includes consultation and numbing time).

Does it hurt? 

Our artists use a numbing cream to avoid any discomfort. However, there is a nano-needle that is used to place the pigment in the skin. Therefore, there is a possibility of discomfort. A majority of our clients have given feedback, saying it was much easier than expected and felt a slight tickle rather than pain.

How will I look immediately after? What is the healing process? 

Your eyelids may look a bit swollen and the liner will appear thicker/bolder than expected for the first couple days after the procedure. To learn more about the healing process, click Eyeliner Care.

What should I do after the procedure?

Please read our Post-Care Instructions by clicking here: Eyeliner Care. It is mandatory to follow these instructions to ensure a comfortable healing process and to achieve the best results.


Is the studio sanitary and safe? 

Yes, a safe environment is our #1 priority. We only use single-use, disposable needles, and supplies. After every client, all needles are discarded safely and stations are thoroughly disinfected. We follow health department guidelines for sanitation and licensing is posted within the salon.

How do I book an appointment? 

Please schedule your appointment here. Please note that a NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT is required to schedule and secure your appointment. The deposit is to ensure that you are serious about your appointment and will be deducted from the total investment of the service. If you cancel your appointment, you will simply forfeit your deposit. If a cancellation is made within less than 24 hours, the card on file will be charged the full service amount. Please read our cancellation policy for more information

What factors will affect my cosmetic tattoo? 

Following the pre-care and post care instructions is a MUST!

● Sunlight exposure: The sunlight will soften the look of your eyebrows, so sunscreen needs to be used (as soon as recovered) to prolong your enhancement.

● The regrowth of skin cells: The longer the regeneration takes, the longer the pigment holds. Every client is different in this 1 circumstance. Things that contribute to this would be using a retinol product near the brow area, and exfoliating the brow area to speed up regeneration of skin cells.

● The speed at which the skin absorbs the pigment: The slower the absorption, the longer the pigment will hold.

● The selection of color: Some colors fade quicker than others, e.g. a blonde color will fade quicker than a dark brown color.

● Bleeding throughout the procedure: Any bleeding during the tattooing treatment will lower the amount of pigment absorption. (Alcohol, as well as particular medications, work as blood-thinners and must not be taken a day or two before and after your procedure.)

How old do I have to be to get tattooed? 

You must be 18 years or older to receive any service at Revive Beauty Studio. If you are under the age of 18 (a minor), please have your parent or legal guardian call to make an appointment and the parent must be there physically at the beginning of the appointment to sign paperwork.

Can I get tattooed if I am pregnant or nursing? 

As a precaution, we do not perform cosmetic tattoo procedures on pregnant or nursing women. But we look forward to seeing you after you have the baby and are not nursing.

Are there any contradictions to semi-permanent makeup? 

Unfortunately, not everyone is a good candidate for semi-permanent makeup. It is not recommended for any clients who are or have:

● Glaucoma and those who are taking blood thinning medicines (e.g. Aspirin) ● Chemotherapy and Other Cancer Treatments (please consult your doctor)

● Diabetic (please consult your doctor)

● Keloid Disorder

● Viral Infections and/or Diseases

● Pacemaker or major heart problems

● Organ Transplant

● Hypertension

● Epilepsy

● Skin irritations or psoriasis/eczema near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)

● Botox within the past 2 weeks

● Pregnant or nursing

● Those with allergies to makeup, colors or hair-dye

● Those with easily triggered post inflammatory hyperpigmentation

● Those with transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis

● Are a hemophiliac

● Have healing disorders, on blood thinners, uncontrolled high blood pressure or had mitral valve disorder.

● Those on any skin medication such as Roaccutane, steroids which thin and oversensitive the skin.

● AHA's (lactic, glycolic, citric, retinoid a d tartaric acids) or any OTC creams and lotions for tone correcting, anti-aging, exfoliating - fading can discolor your semi-permanent makeup.

● Juvederm1 or other "fillers" in the past 4 weeks.

● Shingles (Varicella): If you have shingles on your face, please wait several months to get semi-permanent makeup.

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