Semi Permanent Makeup
After Care Instuctions
- Do not wet for 7-10 days, please wash your face carefully around the eyebrows without getting water on the treated area. In the evening after your procedure you must gently wash your brows with antibacterial soap and gently dry them with a lint free tissue. After the first initial wash we recommend DRY HEALING METHOD!
- No rubbing, no picking. The treated area might feel a little ticklish during the first phase of recovering process, it is important not to rub it as you might get your skin infected. Peeling is absolutely normal during second phase of recovery. Please avoid any sort of pecking of dry skin as you might cause bald spots on your newly reconstructed brows.
- No sun beds, tanning, excessive sweating in the gym, no makeup or anti-aging creams on the brow area for at least 10 days. It is best to allow the brows to heal first before using any of the above…
- Entire healing process will take from 4 to 6 weeks depending on your body’s regeneration cycle, age and lifestyle. It is very important not to rub, pick or peel off your flakes or scabs. Itching is absolutely normal as skin is repairing itself. Never rub the treated area as it will disturb the skin from natural the healing process. If you get your brows wet at the beginning of recovery, simply dry them with a lint free tissue. The way you take care of your new brows after micro pigmentation will have a great impact on the way they look when they are healed. Improper care often results in fading or “patchy” brows.
- Note that because of natural skin regeneration, after the recovery period brows might appear lighter than original. Often, even with proper care, customers develop bald spots or loose original hair strokes which make brows look uneven. It is absolutely normal because your natural skin regeneration is not a process that the technician can control. Micropigmentation is a two step process, customers need a touch up in 4-6 weeks to insure that brows are perfectly even and desired effect was achieved.
Things To Consider/Expect
- During the recovery period your brows will peel, scab, look flaky and patchy! The recovery process might take 7-14 days so please plan your social events accordingly!
- Any beauty enhancements that affect your mimic or the area treated should be planned 4 weeks before or after the procedure.
- Micro pigmentation of brows is a LOW maintenance treatment, not a NO maintenance treatment, you might need to fill in your brows if you a heavy makeup user or for a special occasion look.
- Micro pigmentation is a 2 part process and touch-ups are essential in achieving your desired look. Even if you like how your brows look after the first procedure, the touch-up is necessary to establish the brows design and ensure the longevity of the treatment.
- Skin is a barrier organ and will try to push out any foreign matter, in our case pigment. Because we can’t control how much pigment will be left in the skin after the procedure you might need an additional (second….third) touch up, which will incur extra charges.
- Healed results will vary between each individual client based on skin type and condition, bone structure, health, immune system, metabolism, lifestyle and the amount of existing hair.
- Any new client with previous work done by another artist must receive approval before booking an appointment. Please email us, attaching clear photos of your eyebrows and contact info. $100-$150 additional correction charges apply.
Contraindications And Restrictions
- Pregnant or breastfeeding
- Keloid scarring
- Any transmittable blood diseases such as HIV or hepatitis
- Allergies to topical anesthetics (lidocaine)
- If you used Accutane in the past year
- Keratosis, facial psoriasis, eczema, rashes, acne, sunburns and other skin disorders near the treated area
- Viral infections or diseases
- Medications or treatments that compromise your immune system
- Diabetes, Chemotherapy or any medical conditions that require a doctor’s note
- Chemical peels in the past 4-6 weeks
- Any fillers or Botox injections in the past 2 weeks (we recommend to hold off 4 weeks before and 4 weeks after the procedure)