Removing Permanent Eyeliner
I agree completely
with Dr. Ibrahami and would suggest making an appointment with a very skilled
laser dermatologist who deals with many tattoos and their treatments and has
several different treatment options available for you.
This is going to be
a delicate group of procedures that require skill and expertise – find someone
in your area very knowledgeable here so no further damage is done.
Provided that the eyeliner is black, it can be easily removed, or softened and thinned in a few treatments with Q-switched Nd:YAG and probably with even less treatment sessions using the newly developed Picosure laser.
It is essential that you see a Specialist Medical Practitioner (Ideally a Dermatologist) with extensive experience in the use of tattoo removal laser. The procedure should be carried out by the Doctor and will require internal metal eyeshields (like contact lenses) to protect eyes. There may also be some temporary loss of eyelashes. The Doctor will also be able to use local anesthetic to reduce discomfort. In my practice this procedure has been performed routinely and safely, for many years.
The most important part of the procedure is the eye protection, if eyeshields are not offered, do not proceed with the treatment.
Hi Owow. The permanent makeup can be removed but it cannot be "shaped" as you would like. If you want the eyebrows shaped, then you would need to remove them completely with laser treatments and then have the artist redo them. The laser is not designed in a way that it can take off only part of the eyebrow or shape it. The good news is that it usually only takes a few treatments. Good luck.
See a dermatologist with advanced training in laser surgery. This is a very complex issue and needs to be handled with a good discussion of the risks, and benefits of the procedure.