Micro-blading has been one of 2017's biggest beauty trends, but there is a new kid on the block. 

 

Don't worry, semi-permanent eyebrows aren't going anywhere, but there is a new way to add some "oomph" to your eyes. 

 

Lash enhancement tattoos are the latest trend sweeping the world of beauty, and its basically semi-permanent invisible eyeliner.

 

 

Piret Aava, a makeup artist and eyebrow guru, recently spoke to Marie Claire about the lash enhancement process.

 

"You fill in between the lashes to create the illusion of thicker, darker, and completely full lashes without looking lined or like obvious makeup," she said. 

 

The idea of letting someone go at your eyes with a needle sounds extreme, but Piret says that "the area is numbed first, and then thin liner is tattooed right in the lash line". 

 

 

Coming soon!!!Eyelash enhancement.Thin eyeliner tattoo right on your lash line 

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Piret also said that that the results are relatively low-key, and that "no one will know you've had anything done, but your eyes will be more permanently defined". 

 

The procedure is a two-step process, and requires a touch-up six weeks after the initial application.

 

 

The process is not cheap (shocker), with prices starting around the €600 mark; however, the liner will last anywhere from three to five years, so it is well worth the investment. 

 

What are your thoughts, mums?

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