- PREGNANT OR NURSING DIABETIC
- UNDERGOING CHEMOTHERAPY (6 MONTHS AFTER DOCTOR CONSULT REQUIRED)
- VIRAL INFECTIONS AND/OR DISEASES
- A PACEMAKER OR MAJOR HEART PROBLEMS
- HAD AN ORGAN TRANSPLANT
- SKIN IRRITATIONS OR PSORIASIS NEAR TREATED AREA ( RASHES, SUNBURN, ACNE, ETC)
- SICK (COLD, FLU, ETC.)
- HAD BOTOX IN THE PAST 2 MONTHS
- USED ACCUTANE IN THE PAST YEAR
- KELOID SCARRING
- It is recommended to eat something before your appointment to make sure your blood sugar level stays stable during the procedure.
- No excessive alcohol or caffeine consumption 24 hours before your procedure.
- Avoid suntanning one week prior to the procedure.
- Avoid blood thinning medications for 24 hours before the procedure. This includes aspirin, Niacin ( vitamin B3), vitamin E or Advil/ibuprofen, Flaxseed and fish oil tablets. Please consult your physician if this is an issue.
- For eyeliner procedure eyelash extensions should be removed three days prior to the procedure. No eyelash perm and or tinting at least three days. Eyelash growth serum‘s like Latisse bring extra circulation to the lash line area would result in more growth of hair/lashes. This can cause the skin to be hypersensitive and read easily. It is recommended to discontinue the use of these products at least 3 to 6 months before the procedure. Do not wear any I make up on the day of your appointment. If you were contact lenses, please wear glasses on the day of your appointment.
- Discontinue Retin-A one month prior to the procedure.
No use of Botox for a period of at least 4 weeks prior, to any area that will be worked upon.
- You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.
- Allergic to or sensitive to most I make up
- Looking for smudge resistant, long-lasting eyeliner.
- Seeking to enhance the size of eyes.
- An active lifestyle and does not want to go out bare-eyed.
- No eyelashes for any medical reason.
- Issue applying I make up due to poor I vision
- splash your eyes with water in the wash of any pigment residue immediately after the procedure. Pat dry gently with a clean tissue.
- What’s the skin around the eyes twice a day (morning at night )using a gentle, unscented soap like (Cetaphil or baby shampoo). Use your fingertips to cleanse gently and pat with a clean tissue.
- Apply ointment 2 to 3 times a day for up to seven days for thick Eyeliner.
- Scabs will take about 7-10 days to peel off. Do not pick up this cops are peel them of prematurely.
- Swelling and redness is normal for the first few days.
- Slight stinging sensation in the first few days is also normal.
- The color will fade approximately 30 to 50% lighter when the scabs fall off. This is completely normal. Do not feel discouraged if the fading is more than you expected.
- To achieve the perfect eyeliner, we need to see how your skin accept the initial application and the touchup appointment is where we will perfect the shape and color.
- No I make up is allowed until the scabs completely fall off.
- Avoid sweaty exercises such as hot saunas, hot yoga, and swimming until this coming comes off.
- The eyeliner will start to form scabs and they might look dark and thick. As the skin heals, this scabs will fall off in the random pieces and might look patchy.
- Flaking and crusting on the tattoo area may occur.
- avoid pooling of the scabs that are dried on the lashes.
- When you try to pull of the scabs that are hanging on your lashes, ensure the scabs are soft enough to slide of from the lashes. Use a mascara brush to help remove the scabs.
- swelling occurs after three days after the procedure, especially in the morning.
- Exercising the ice can help reduce swelling and puffiness. Try blinking actively for two minutes in the morning.
- To relieve swelling, you can ice the area with soft gel ice packs.
- Eyes feel sore and heavy. Redness of the eye can also occur.
- Swelling a cures up to three days after the procedure, especially in the morning.
- The eyeliner will start to form scabs and they may look dark and thick.
- Swelling should be reduced and eyes begin to feel normal.
- Flaking and crusting of the eyeliner may occur.
- The skin around the eyes may feel dry and itchy.
- Scabs peel off in random pieces and look patchy.
- The areas without the scabs may look lighter in color.
- scabs continue to peel off and some scabs are either hanging or dried out on the lashes.
- 70-100% of scabs should fall off during this time.
- Color looks very light and the shape may look thinner.
- Some areas may have lost more color compared to other areas.
- Color gradually darkens as the skin is completely healed.
Microblading, Combo Brows & Powder Brows Post-care
Apply a thin layer of the provided ointment to cleaned eyebrows with a Q-tip. The fronts of the brows should be subtle and transparent, you shouldn’t see a well-highlighted border.
The edges or lip liner will be the last to fall off. Pulling this off will result in an uneven splotchy line or an indented scar.
These lips have swelling, are tender, and have a heavy, thick lipstick look with a reddish-brick color. For the first few days, the color is darker than it will appear when healed.
These lips have slight swelling, are reddish in color, are tender, and have a slight metallic taste.
These lips have less swelling, a thicker texture, are orange, are sore, and have a hot feeling. They are pre-exfoliation.
Exfoliation begins with very chapped lips. The color will become lighter as the epidermis sloughs off. It will appear that lips have lost all of their color during this phase of healing; however, when lips have healed completely, the dermal layer will gradually become darker.
These lips are very chapped, but are nearly finished with the chapping phase of healing.
During this phase, a soft, rich color begins to appear in the lips.
During this phase, lip color disappears and the frosty second chapping phase begins as a whitish, gray haze on the lips.
Color blooms from within more and more each day until day 21 ( which is 3 weeks post-procedure).
Healing is complete. The lip color you see is the color that you have. Your lips will remain a bit dry for a month or two. Use a good lip balm, and they will return to normal with full color.