PRE CARE

When scheduling an appointment date for a permanent make up procedure, keep in mind the healing time of the procedure (7-14 days). You may want to avoid social plans or strenuous activity during the healing period. Your brows will go through a period of swelling, darkening, scabbing, and patchiness. 

Please do not consume alcohol/coffee/aspirin before the appointment.

EYEBROWS

  • Do not tweeze, wax or dye brows for 3 days prior.

  • Electrolysis should not be done for a week prior.

  • You must be off of Accutane for at least 6 months prior.

EYELINER

  • Do not wear contact lens during the procedure and for 24 hours after.

  • Eyes may be sensitive after the procedure. Bring sunglasses to wear home.

  • If you have had any type of eye surgery, consult with a physician before having an eyeliner procedure. 

LIPS

  • Lips are a very sensitive area. Even if you are not prone to getting cold sores, I recommend you take an antiviral prescription for a 7-10 day course. 

  • If you have had any lip filler injections, please consult with the physician about how long you should wait before having a permanent make up procedure on the lips.

AFTER CARE

Proper aftercare is extremely important for producing a beautiful and lasting result.

EYEBROWS

Immediately after the eyebrow tattoo procedure, it is normal to feel tingling and tenderness, along with some swelling in the tattoo area. This is due to the numbing cream used on the brows during the procedure and will wear off within an hour. You may also experience slight redness due to the swelling.

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  • It is important not to get your brows wet during the healing process (7-10 days). 

  • DO NOT SCRUB, RUB OR PICK AT THE SCABS THAT FORM! Picking at the scabs may result in pigment loss.

  • Avoid sun exposure, heavy workouts, swimming, and sauna.

  • Avoid harsh cleansers that include acids such as AHA, BHA, salicylic acid, etc.

EYELINER

  • Do not wear contact lens during the procedure and for 24 hours after.

  • Eyes may be sensitive after the procedure. Bring sunglasses to wear home.

  • Do not use mascara until outer healing is complete (3-5 days).

  • If eyes feel dry or irritated, you may use lubricating eye drops.

LIPS

  • Lips are a very sensitive area. Even if you are not prone to getting cold sores, I recommend you take an antiviral prescription for a 7-10 day course. Start taking them 3 days prior the procedure. 

  • Lips will ooze a couple of days. Blot and reapply supplied ointment.

  • For the first day or two, drink through a straw. Choose foods you can place in your mouth with a fork without touching lips.

  • Avoid getting your lips wet for 3 days. 

  • After day 3, your lips may feel very chapped. You must keep your lips moisturized with ointment and/or vaseline.

  • DO NOT PICK AT THE SCABS! Let them flake off on its own. Picking and pulling off skin that is not ready to come off will result in pigment loss and unevenness.

  • After the lips are healed, your lips may feel more chapped than normal for a couple weeks. Avoid using products made for cold sores (carmex, blistex). Applying vitamin E will usually help.

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