Keep clean and dry, do not touch your eyebrows! They may feel tender and appear a little red.
Brows will start developing a thin layer of scab, continue keeping your brows dry and clean.
Apply a rice grain amount of aftercare ointment on each eyebrow with a cotton swab and clean hands, spread a VERY THIN layer of the ointment across the treated area every morning and night.
Brows should not appear greasy, glossy or shiny, if so you used too much, as this can suffocate the skin and delay healing. Never apply ointment on wet or damp tattoo. Continue ointment until your brows are no longer scabbing.
Brows are safe from water. Client may return to normal skincare routines.
Brows will appear very light, after scabs comes off, every week up to 6 weeks color will continue to surface and brows will get darker again
Your brows are healed and we should schedule your 6 week touch up.
Maintaining your Brows
A new set of Microbladed, combination or Ombré eyebrows takes two appointments to complete. After you’re 6 to 8-week touch-up appointment we recommend a yearly touchup to maintain the fullness and sleek look of your brows. Everyone's skin and activity levels are different and may need to get a touchup sooner than one year.
Who Should Avoid Permanent Makeup
While permanent makeup is great for most people, it is not suitable for all. Please read and evaluate if you are an eligible candidate, as they apply to all of our permanent makeup.
Individuals under 18 years of age.
Women who are pregnant or nursing
Individuals with Pacemaker or major heart problems
Individuals with viral infections and/or diseases
Individuals with Lupus
Individuals who have undergone Organ Transplant
Individuals with any kind of skin condition on or near the treatment area
Eczema, dermatitis, rosacea, psoriasis
Individuals who are allergic to metal and color
Individuals prone to keloids
Individuals who used Accutane
You would have to wait a year
Eligible With Doctor Clearance and Note
Individuals undergoing chemotherapy
permanent makeup is great for enhancing your look, we require a doctor’s note in order to perform the procedure for anyone undergoing chemotherapy. Once you're cleared from your oncologist we can book your appointment. Permanent makeup is a great solution for cancer survivors.