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Permanent Makeup 
-Important Information-

Are you a good candidate?

 

Permanent Makeup is appropriate for a wide variety of skin types. However, some people are not good candidates due to certain contraindications. People with the following conditions are NOT good candidates:

  • history of keloid scarring above the neck

  • use of Accutane within the past year

  • skin disease or injury in the treatment area

  • poor wound healing

  • use of blood thinners such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or fish oil within a week of treatment

  • currently undergoing chemotherapy

  • hemophilia, uncontrolled diabetes, or certain auto-immune disorders

  • currently pregnant or breastfeeding

  • currently taking antibiotics 

 

BEFORE TREATMENT:

  • for EYELINER procedures, you must remove any false lashes/lash extensions one week prior to your appointment.

  • for EYELINER procedures, you must discontinue lash growth serums for 2-4 weeks before your appointment.

  • for LIP procedures, if you are prone to cold sores/fever blisters, you must pre-treat for 3 days before and 7 days after the procedure with medication obtained from your doctor.

  • for LIP procedures, if you have dark pigmentation on your lips, please send a clear photo of your lips for approval before booking.

  • for ALL procedures, discontinue blood thinners such as Advil, ibuprofen, Motrin, aspirin, fish oil and vitamin E with your doctor's approval.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT DURING THE HEALING PROCESS:

  • Your new eyeliner or lips will appear darker and sharper initially, lasting for a few days.

  • Your eye or lip area may experience noticeable swelling for a few days.

  • Your lips or eyes may be dry or itchy for a few days.

  • Around day 3-4, flaking/peeling will begin (do NOT pick!).

  • Your lips or liner may appear too light once peeling has finished, but don't worry! The color will resurface with time.

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