-exfoliant, retinol acids or AHA on area for one month.
-Laser light therapy
-48 hours prior to your procedure, DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL or CAFFEINE
-UV exposure(including tanning bed. For two weeks.)
-Swimming pool,hot tubs for two weeks
-Any activities that will cause sweating for 10 days
-Neosporin, Vaseline any other petroleum product
-Don’t use Antibiotic ointment
-Application of any brow or lips make up for two weeks
-Scratching or removal of scabs, dry skin or flakiness
-Direct Water on the brow tattoo or soap or creams ,oils
-Avoid touching your procedure area. This can transmit bacteria into the area and lead to an infection.
Wash area with cool wet cloth-no soaps – and apply Grazia ointment two to three times a day, do not let your brows get dry & crusty. It is absolutely imperative that you do not let the brow area dry out, as this will create dryness and scabbing, resulting in the loss of colour and shading. It is best to apply the ointment approximately 3-4 times a day for 7 to 10 days. Always use a fresh Q-tip with each application of ointment; this will reduce the risk of a secondary infection. Be sure to put ointment on right before you go to bed at night, first thing when you wake up in the morning and one to two more times during the day. Itching is also common but do not rub your eyebrow area or pick at it if it starts to peel and flake, if you notice a little lifting of colour, apply ointment again and let it fall off naturally.
If you experience an allergic reaction contact your doctor.
Do not be alarmed by fading after the first application. The final color cannot be judged until at least 3 weeks after the touch-up applications are completed. This is the reason follow-ups are required.
Semi permanent make up ink is not the same as body tattooing and doesn’t Last as long as body Tattooing ink.Permanent Make up does fade and expected to last 1 to 2 years before requiring a touch up maintenance treatments. Expect the colour to eventually lighten by about 50% after the healing process
Patients on prescription medications should check with their doctor regarding interactions, especially those on heart medications or blood thinners. Some medications and herbs can increase swelling and bleeding. Never discontinue a medication your doctor has recommended for you without consulting him or her. Consult with your doctor to see if you can go off these medications for 24 hours prior to the procedure. If not, then permanent makeup is not recommended. The same goes for alcohol. These things can cause excessive bleeding which will result in poor color retention.
See our general policies for more information. Policies and Cancellation Procedures.
Healing results will vary with each client NO Guarantee will be made and additional
Sessions May be required to obtain optimal results.additional charges will apply.
For eye brow, the use of cosmetic product may still be required.
CANCELLATION AND LATE POLICY
We have the right to refuse to perform procedure on clients who are pregnant or are not the proper candidate for any permanent makeup for safety reasons.