THE PREP

PERMANENT MAKEUP IS NOT FOR CLIENTS WHO ARE:

  •  PREGNANT OR NURSING

  • DIABETIC (Must Consult with Doctor and have approval letter)

  • UNDERGOING CHEMOTHERAPY 

  • HAD AN ORGAN TRANSPLANT(Must Consult with Doctor and have approval letter)

  • EPILEPSY

  • SICK WITH A COLD OR FLU-LIKE VIRUS

  • USED ACCUTANE IN THE PAST 6 MONTHS

You will get much better results when you properly prep. It all starts with a good canvas! The eyebrow area must be healthy, strong, non-sensitive and non-irritated. Here’s how to get your skin ready for the procedure.

Do not pick/tweeze/wax/perform electrolysis one week before procedure

Do not tan two weeks prior or have sunburned face

Do not have any type of facial/peel 2 weeks prior to treatment

Discontinue Vitamin A/Retinol products one month prior to treatment

Do not work out the day of the procedure

Do not have botox 2 weeks prior

Do not take Fish Oil or Vitamin E one week prior (natural blood thinners)

Do not wax or tint your eyebrows 3 days before the procedure

We will not be able to tattoo over any moles, blemishes, and sores in or around the brow area

In order to avoid excessive bleeding and poor color deposit:

Do not drink alcohol 24 - 48 hours before your tattoo

Do not consume coffee before your procedure

Do not take an aspirin or ibuprofen for pain relief (this thins the blood)

Guests/Children are not permitted to accompany you to your appointment.

​Please arrive on time, not early. If you arrive early please wait in your car until your exact appointment time.

Lip Blush

Before your Appointment:

​It's important to keep your lips very hydrated the week of your appointment. I recommend using aquaphor as a moisturizer leading up to your appointment. Your lips cannot be dry for the appointment.  If they are dry we will need to reschedule and you will forfeit your deposit.  It's good to exfoliate 3 days before your appointment to remove any dry skin.  To do this, you can use a lip sugar scrub or a soft tooth brush.  

*IMPORTANT*

If you have had a cold sore ever in the past- I advise you to contact your doctor for an anti-viral medication (such as Valtrex) to take 3-4 days prior to any lip procedure and continue 3-4 days after, to help avoid an outbreak. Cold sores are a risk of lip blush tattoo. Even if you have not had a cold sore before you could take L-lysine 2 weeks before the appointment and 2 weeks following the appointment to reduce the risk.