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eyebrow pre care

To ensure you are an eligible canvas for your procedure, you must follow all pre-care instructions. Failure to follow pre-care instructions will affect the outcome of your final results.​


  • Avoid botox, skin exfoliants, laser or chemical peels.


  • Discontinue Retina-A, Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) or any skincare. Must not be on any antibiotic medication.


  • Avoid tweezing, waxing, electrolysis, retinol and coloring your brows


  • AVOID ALL BLOOD THINNERS; Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Caffeine (coffee & tea), Smoking, Alcohol, Soda, boba, Niacin, Vitamin E, Advil, Fish Oil, etc.


  • Please note that if you are on your menstrual cycle during the appointment, you will be more sensitive during the procedure due to hormones.

eyebrow after care

Temporary side effects from micropigmentation include but are not limited to: redness, swelling, puffiness, bruising, dry patches & tenderness. Though rare, infection is possible if aftercare is not handled correctly and cautiously. If you see signs of infection such as persistent increased redness, swelling, fever, drainage or oozing, contact your doctor immediately.
  • Stay out of the sun for 24 hours after your session. You MUST wear a hat if you decide to be outdoors.


  • Gently wash the treated area twice per day with mild cleanser


  • Apply a thin coat of OINTMENT with a q-tip morning and night for 3 days. After 3 days, discontinue use of ointment and let air dry.


  • When the area starts to flake, leave it. Do not pick, peel, or pull on the skin.

(Note: If you accidentally scratch or pick at your scabs, it will pull out your ink and will result in an empty spot of a couple of strokes missing.)

  • Avoid sweaty exercise for 7 days.


  • Avoid saunas, hot tubs, large areas of water


  • Avoid creams, lotions, oils on brows until fully healed


  • Must keep brows dry.


  • Use a washcloth to wash your face to better control any contact with liquid substance.

lip blush pre care

ALL clients prone to cold sores must take an anti-viral medication a week prior to appointment (if chronic, and 3 days prior if moderate). It must be taken it until healing is complete. For a prescription, contact a primary physician/dentist. NO EXCEPTIONS. This applies for any & all lip tattoos for anyone who has had a cold sore/blister in their life time.


  • No antibiotics.


  • Discontinue Retin-A and Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) or any exfoliation skin care products around the mouth area.


  • No fillers or injections.


  • AVOID ALL BLOOD THINNERS; Aspirin, Ibuprofen, caffeine (coffee & tea), smoking, alcohol, boba, Niacin, vitamin E, Advil, fish oil, etc. Exfoliate your lips with a damp towel after the shower and moisturize with Aquaphor. 


  • Please note that if you are on your menstrual cycle during the appointment, you will be more sensitive during the procedure due to hormones.


  • If you have any skin conditions, you are required to have an approval letter from your doctor.


lip blush after care

The mouth is a breeding ground for bacteria, which means there is high risk of infection when getting the lip blush procedure done. Avoid eating & drinking for at least 5 hours after your appointment. Do not drink tap water.
  • Rinse your mouth with antiseptic mouthwash at least 4 times a day until you are done healing. Be sure to rinse after eating/drinking. 
  • Do not eat spicy, oily, acidic or greasy foods. Do not stretch lips to take large bites.
  • Once shedding begins, do not pick, peel or pull the skin.
  • Do not use saline water as it will cause ink to be pulled from the skin.
  • Apply ointment several times a day for 10 days to keep lips moisturized. Do not rub- dab.
  • Avoid getting lips wet. Apply the ointment before brushing teeth.
  • Do not use any soaps/chemicals on your lips. Be careful when washing your face. Use a washcloth to better control any liquid substance.
  • Use a minimal amount of non-whitening toothpaste. Use a straw when swishing water.
  • Do not expose lips to direct sunlight/tanning beds. Since this is new skin, it’s prone to sunburn, which could change the color and cause scarring. 
  • Do not smoke or kiss for at least 10 days.
  • Keep your hands clean and avoid touching your lips until they are done healing.

eyeliner pre care

  • Discontinue use of eyelash growth serums 3-6 months prior to procedure.
  • Eyelash Extensions should be removed 3 days prior to your procedure. 
  • Do not perm or tint your eyelash 3 days prior. 
  • Do not wear eye makeup on the day of your appointment. 
  • Do not wear contact lenses at the time of your service.

eyeliner after care

Your skin will be temporarily sensitized after the treatment and you should adhere to the following instructions for the next 10 days. This will help avoid infection and allow time for the skin to recover. If you apply makeup during the next 5 days following your treatment, you do so entirely at your own risk. Healing can take up to 10 days and it is perfectly normal for small scabbing to appear on the treated area. These should be allowed to fall off naturally over a period of a few days. After the treatment; It is also normal for there to be fading of the color during the first 2 weeks and patchy sections, as the skin is still healing and the pigment will return to the surface in about 30 days. The outcome will be subtle.


  • For the 10 days following the tattoo procedure, wash the site gently and apply ointment 2 times per day
  • With eyes closed wash the site gently with gentle soap and warm water using your hands only. (baby shampoo is ideal)
  • Blot the area dry. Do not rub with a towel.
  • With eyes closed massage ointment in gently for 10 seconds and then gently blot off the excess goo. Be careful to not get any ointment in the eyes as it will burn.
  • After blotting, the area should not be oily or greasy to the touch. Allow the skin to breathe. 
  • Sleep slightly elevated for the first few nights to reduce swelling.

Wait 6 weeks for full healing prior to deciding if you require a touch up. Color will fade 30-40%. Most do not require one however if you feel you would benefit from an additional session please feel free to book a touch up appointment.  

  • Do not pick at the tattoo site at any time during healing. 
  • Be careful not to get ointment in your eyes and use it sparingly. 
  • Do not let the area dry out completely, since this can cause scabbing and cracking of skin surface.
  • Do not touch the treated area.
  • Do not use creams or make up on the treated area(s)
  • Avoid facial treatments such as eyelash tinting, perming or lifting.
  • Avoid abrasive materials such as rough towels or similar. 
  • Avoid taking hot baths, saunas or other heat treatments.
  • Avoid sunbathing, using tanning beds or swimming.
  • Avoid hot yoga/spin class for 10 days. Moderate exercise is ok. 
  • Avoid makeup for 5 days. If you apply makeup you do so at your own risk.

If small scabs appear on the treated area, DO NOT TOUCH THEM. They will fall off in a few days. There are no implied or written guarantees if you don’t take care of your Permanent Makeup. SHOULD INFECTION OCCUR, SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.

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