Permanent Kajal

We are excited to provide Permanent Kajal at Facethetics Skin Clinic, a cutting-edge cosmetic procedure that improves the look of the eyes by defining the waterline permanently with a rich, smudge-proof kajal pigment. Permanent Kajal, sometimes referred to as tightlining or eyeliner tattooing, gives easy definition and intensity to the eyes while offering long-lasting results and doing away with the need for daily application.

What is Permanent Kajal?

A pigmented line is tattooed along the waterline or tightline of the eyes as part of the semi-permanent Permanent Kajal cosmetic surgery, which gives the impression of thicker, more defined lashes and a more dramatic eye look. Permanent kajal offers long-lasting results that can endure water, sweat, and daily activities, giving you beautifully defined eyes all day long.


At Facethetics Skin Clinic, skilled professionals trained in modern cosmetic tattooing methods perform our Permanent Kajal procedure. This is what you can expect at your appointment is as follows:
1. Consultation:You will meet with one of our professionals before the process to go over the shape, color, and intensity of your desired eyeliner. We’ll analyze your skin tone, symmetry, and eye shape to create an unique kajal design that highlights your best features.
2. Preparation: Your eyes will be properly cleaned to get rid of any makeup, oil, or dirt before the procedure starts. To reduce pain when tattooing, our technician will apply a topical numbing lotion to the treatment area.
3Tattooing:With a fine needle and a specialized tattooing tool, our expert will delicately apply kajal pigment along your eyes’ tightline or waterline. The pigment is applied to the skin’s outermost layers, forming a distinct line that highlights your lashes and gives your eyes more intensity.
4.Color Selection: Your choices and ideal look will determine the color of the kajal pigment. Depending on your desire, we provide a variety of shades to produce a natural or more dramatic look, ranging from traditional black to subtle brown.
5. Aftercare: Your eyes may seem a little puffy or inflamed after the treatment; this is typical and normally goes away in a few hours. You will receive aftercare instructions from our technician to assist reduce discomfort and encourage the best possible healing.



  • Long-Lasting Definition: Permanent Kajal gives your eyes long-lasting definition, removing the need for daily Kajal application and guaranteeing that your eyes always look gorgeously defined.
  • Waterproof and Smudge-Proof: Because the kajal pigment in Permanent Kajal is waterproof and smudge-proof, it’s the perfect choice for people who lead active lives or who wish to wear their eye makeup in damp or humid environments.
  • Customizable Results: Permanent Kajal allows you to create a natural or dramatic look that accentuates your inherent beauty. It may be customized to your preferred eyeliner form, thickness, and intensity.

Side Effects

While Permanent Kajal is generally safe, some potential side effects may occur, including:

  • Temporary Discomfort: You may experience temporary discomfort, swelling, or redness around the eyes following the procedure, which typically resolves within a few hours to a few days.
  • Risk of Infection: As with any cosmetic tattooing procedure, there is a risk of infection if proper aftercare instructions are not followed. It’s essential to keep the treated area clean and avoid touching or rubbing your eyes during the healing process.


To ensure optimal healing and prolong the longevity of your Permanent Kajal, it’s essential to follow these aftercare guidelines:

  • Avoid Water and Makeup: Refrain from getting your eyes wet or wearing eye makeup for at least 24 to 48 hours following the procedure to allow the pigment to fully settle and adhere to the skin.
  • Use Gentle Cleansers: Use gentle, non-abrasive cleansers to cleanse the eye area and avoid rubbing or scrubbing the eyes during the healing process.
  • Protect from Sun Exposure: Avoid prolonged sun exposure and wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from UV radiation, as this can cause the pigment to fade more quickly.