WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT HAVING A PERMANENT MAKEUP PROCEDURES

YOU MUST READ "PRE-CARE" AND "POST-CARE"

BEFORE SCHEDULING AN APPOINTMENT!

 

Plan to book your appointment out in advance

 

 

Before Treatment
A full and in depth consultation is carried out at the time of your appointment to have your procedure done, to understand your skin suitability and realistic expectations of permanent make-up. All colors and shapes are customized to each person! I will always draw on first to make sure this is YOUR desired shape, no surprises!  A consent form will be filled out to ensure we have all the medical information necessary for the procedure. Your photo will be taken and we will apply topical anesthetic cream to start your numbing process so you will be comfortable during the procedure. and the initial measurements will be marked and drawn on first to make sure this is YOUR desired shape, color and get your approval before we start.

Any clients that are prescribed Acyclovir (Zorirax), Famciclovir (Famvir), Valacuclovir (Valtrex) or Anti-Viral Medications should be taking 2 weeks prior to procedure and throughout healing process.  If you have ever had a cold sores or fever blisters please make sure you are taking an oral prescription or Lysine (Oral or Topical) 2 weeks prior to your appointments.  Discontinue use of any Blood Thinner Medications 2 weeks prior to procedure.  Please consult your prescribing Physician before discontinuing your medications.  

 

During Treatment
A topical anesthetic will be re-applied during procedure keeping you comfortable. A fine needle with the use of a top of the trade computerized machine will be used to implant the dermatologically tested and state of the art pigments into the skin (NOT body art inks as they are not fit for a natural look on the face).

 

 

After Treatment
When the treatment is finished some after care cream will be applied. You will be advised on after care and will be given an after care leaflet. The treatment area may feel sensitive. With eye liner or lip treatments you may have some swelling which should settle down within a few hours.

 

Follow-up Treatment
You will be booked in for your follow up treatment to complete the final adjustments. (The perfecting visit) This will ensure that your enhancement will be beautiful. Your follow-up appointment no sooner than 6 weeks from your initial treatment and no later then 10 weeks from the initial appointment.  If you fail to make your follow-up in this time frame an additional fee will be required.

 

 

 

Will 3D Eyebrows work well for me?

If you have extremely oily skin, the 3D eyebrow technique may NOT work well for you but we are happy to do it for you as long as you have a realistic expectation. The constant production of oil will cause the hairstrokes to heal with a diffused, softer look. Your end result will look more powdered than you would expect.


If you are a frequent smoker, your pigment will fade sooner.


If you are iron deficient or Anemic, your pigment will fade sooner and bleeding/bruising may occur during and after the procedure.

Unhealthy compromised skin due to health issues, medications and over use of (anti aging,acne skincare, ect..) are all factors in the outcome. To keep your hair strokes looking good, a refresher appointment is suggested every 1 to 3 years. Results vary with each client and health of skin.

 

Additional touch-up appointments will be charged depending on how much work is to be done.

 

 

You are NOT a candidate for Permanent Make-up if:
 

*Heart Conditions/Pace Maker/Defibrillator (No Exceptions. If you are on any of these medications, you will bleed and the pigment WILL NOT retain)

 

If you “keloid” scar, you need to ask your doctor (Raised Scarring)

 

Hemophiliac

 

Some Diabetic conditions applu and may make pigment fade quicker.

IF YOU ARE ON ANY OF THESE MEDICATIONS

Triflusal (Disgren)

Clopidogrel (Plavix)

Prasugrel (Effient)

Ticagrelor (Brilinta)

Ticlopidine (Ticlid)

Cilostazol (Pletal)

Vorapaxar (Zontivity)

Dipyridamole (Persantine)

Coumadin

Pradaxia (Dibigatran)

Xarelto (Rivaraxaban)

Eliquis (Apixaban)

Savaysa (Edoxaban)

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