Eyebrow BEFORE CARE
Do not work out the day of the procedure.
Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or IBUprofen 24 hours before procedure.
No alcohol or caffeine on the day of the procedure.
No waxing or tinting 3 days before the procedure.
Please note that you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.
Eyebrow after care
NO water, cleansers, creams, makeup or any other products on treated area for 10 days.
4-5 hours after the procedure, clean the area with unscented baby wipe.
DO NOT rub, pick or scratch the treated area. Let any scabbing or dry skin naturally exfoliate off. Picking can lead to scarring.
Avoid direct sun exposure or tanning for 3-4 weeks after procedure.
Avoid heavy sweating for the first 10 days.
NO facials, botox, chemical treatments and microdermabrasion for 4 weeks.
Avoid sleeping on your face for the first 10 days.
Please note: Eyebrows will appear darker and bolder due to natural scabbing and healing for the first 10
days. This is very common for all permanent cosmetic procedures.Once scabs are completley off it will appear much lighter! Give it a couple weeks
for color to darken.
Permanent makeup is NOT recommended for any clients who are or have: Skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.), pregnant, diabetic, chemotherapy (consult your doctor) viral infections and/or disease, epilepsy, pacemaker or major heart problems, organ transplant, sick (cold/flu/etc), botox in the past 1 month, Accutane in the past year.
long term care
Use a good sunscreen on your eyebrows if you plan to be in the sun for prolonged periods of time. Sun exposure
If you are planning a chemical peel, laser procedure or an MRI scan, please inform the technician of your permanent
The use of RetinA/Tretinoin or any other rapid skin exfoliation products used regularly on the forehead area will cause the permanent makeup to the eyebrow area to fade prematurely.
The use of chemical peels and acid peels regularly on the forehead region can also cause eyebrow tattoos to fade
Additional Information: antacids, thyroid and anxiety medications have been reported as interfering with permanent makeup either by affecting retention or shifting the pigment to an undesirable tone. Remember, everything we eat and drink have their own chemical structure and the electron ends that are unattached or free, may get attached to others compounds inside the body forming a new molecule that may show a different color spectrum. With that info, an educated client may have better expectation and know that she / he may need more frequent adjustments than others.