Permanent Makeup Pre and Post Care

Appointment Pre and Post Care 

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Pre-requirements for Permanent Makeup Services
4 Weeks prior to your service 
DO NOT receive the following treatment 
  •      Botox or fillers
  •      Chemical Peels
  •      Laser treatments
  •      Stop using any hair growth serums such as but not limited to Latisse or grande lash/brow 
      7 Days prior to your service 
      •      Avoid exposure to excessive sunlight, especially getting sunburnt. 
      •      Avoid any hair removal service
      •      Remove your lash extensions for eye treatment 
      •      Do not use Retinol/ Retin-A or any other anti aging creams 
      •      Do not use any acne creams or medications 
      •      Do not apply any serums containing acid 
      Antibiotics and medications must be completed at least 48 hours prior to treatment
    48 Hours prior to your service      
    •      Do not take Asprin, Niacin, Vitamin E, ibuprofen, (Tylenol or Acetaminophen is OK)
    •      Do not drink alcohol 
    24 Hours prior to your service 
     Do not drink coffee or anything with caffeine. Do not take Asprin, Niacin, Vitamin E, ibuprofen, (Tylenol  or Acetaminophen)

      Lip Blush *Very Important Information* 

      If you are prone to cold sores or have the herpes simplex virus, it is recommended to go to the doctor and get prescribed anti viral medication, begin treatment at least 3-5 days before lip blush and continue taking 5-7 days after lip blush to reduce chances of an outbreak. Lip blush may stimulate activation of virus in your body, from the needle and the healing process. 


      You should avoid this procedure or consult a doctor before booking a treatment if you have any pre-existing health conditions such as; cancer, diabetes, epilepsy or autoimmune disorders, bleeding disorders, skin irritations, vitiligo, major heart problems, in controlled high blood pressure or have had an organ transplant
      *You will not be able to receive any permanent makeup service if you are pregnant or breast feeding; on blood thinning medications or on antibiotics*


      Aftercare for Ombre Brow:


      • Days 1-7 wash daily to remove bacteria, buildup of product and oils and dead skin. Gently wash the area each morning and night with water and antibacterial soap. To dry gently pat with a clean tissue
      • Do not use any cleansing products containing acids or exfoliants glycolic lactic or AHA facials Botox or chemical treatments for four weeks
      • Avoid sleeping on your face for the first 10 days
      • Avoid swimming, hot tubs, steam, long, hot showers, exercise and sweating for the next 10 days
      • Avoid topical, make up and sunscreen on the area
      • Do not rub pick or scratch the treated area
      • use fresh linen
      • Let any scabbing or dry skin, naturally exfoliate away. Picking can cause scarring or loss of color. 
      • Schedule your touchup 4 to 8 weeks after your initial appointment


      What to expect during the brow healing process 

      • Day 1 your brows will feel sore
      • Days 2-3 they will begin to look thicker and darker
      • Days 4-7 they will begin scabbing and itching
      • Days 8-10 the color would have seem to disappear or fade away
      • By day 14 your brows will regain color and will heal naturally around 40% lighter


      Aftercare for Lip Blush

      • Keep your lips clean
      • Avoid spicy, sour and messy to eat food 
      • Gently clean your lips after each meal 
      • Apply healing ointment to your lips at all times
      • Avoid direct sunlight exposure
      • No sauna, swimming or pool for one week
      • Do not pick the scabs
      • No make up on lips until fully healed
      • Do not use skincare with active ingredients until fully healed
      • Sleep on your back and a clean pillow case
      • No kissing until scabs fall off
      • No drinking from someone else’s cup
      • Schedule your touchup appointment between 6 to 8 weeks from initial session

      What you  can expect during the lip blush healing process

      • After your appointment, your lips will be  swollen and bright in color
      • Next day, the color will look even darker as the pigment dries and scabs are forming don’t panic your healed results won’t be this dark
      • Your lips will feel  dry and tight as they start forming scabs.  Do not pick one the scabs as this can affect your healed results
      • You will see true color of your lips by day 30
      • common complication that might occur during the lip healing process are cold sores. It is not caused by the procedure itself, but by the virus already existing in the body. If you get a cold sore treated as you normally would. You may contact your doctor for prescription medication
      • The longevity of your results depends on your skin and chosen pigment. They may last anywhere from one to three years slowly fading away. You may need to come back for annual refreshers to keep the color, vibrant.