Permanent Makeup

Before/After Care and Policy and instructions

You may not have Permanent Cosmetic procedures if:

  • You are under 18 without written consent from a parent or legal guardian.

  • You get Keloid scars.

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding. 

  • You have been on Accutane within (1) year. (consult your doctor)

  • You have irritation of the skin of any kind such as; blemishes, pimples, rash, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea or sunburn on the area of the procedure.

  • You are on Retin or Retinal. You must avoid use for 7 days before procedure and 30 days after.

  • You are diabetic (consult your doctor).

  • Undergoing chemo-therapy or radiation (consult your doctor).

  • You have a viral infection or disease (consult your doctor).

  • You have epilepsy (consult your doctor).

  • You have a pacemaker or major heart problems (consult your doctor).

  • You've had an organ transplant (consult your doctor). 

  • You have sickness (cold, flu, etc. will affect the healing process). Please reschedule.

  • You generally do not heal well and developed infections easily. 

Pre-Procedure Instructions:

  • NO guests allowed during appointment.

  • Do Not drink alcohol, soda, caffeine or other energy drinks 24 hours before your procedure.

  • Do Not take blood thinners (No aspirin, Coumadin, etc.), fish oils or vitamin E. This can cause a thin blood system. No exfoliation or acne treatments, sun exposure or tanning as well. These will also effect the outcome of the healed color 48 hours before your procedure.

  • Do Not have Botox 2 weeks before or after your procedure.

  • Do Not exercise on the day of your procedure, as this may open your pores.

  • Do Not wax or tint brows 3 days before your procedure.

Post Procedure Instructions:

  • *Note:  After care habits strongly affect your color and healing. Please read and follow instructions carefully.

  • Everyone has a slightly different experience when choosing permanent cosmetics.

  • Be prepared for your color to look very sharp when you leave.

  • Normal healing is from about 5-7 days.

  • After 10 days, regular use of sunscreen on appropriate areas is recommended to preserve color.

  • Drink lots of pure water – Water intake will assist in healing, swelling and comfort.

  • Cold packs can be used but please avoid direct ice/water.

  • Avoid the following for 5 days: water exposure, sun exposure, makeup, cleansers/products, sauna, pool, touching or irritation of any sort.

  • Do Not pick or scratch the area whatsoever.

  • Keep area hydrated with aftercare ointment provided. 

  • Flaking will happen over the course of a couple of days or all in one day. Please do not assist your skin in the flaking.

  • You should have a soft color remaining.

  • Your touch up will focus on any area in need depending on how your skin healed.

  • Please be patient with your permanent cosmetics as it is a progressive process.

  • Glycolic acid and face peel products must be kept away from pigmented areas as continued use could lighten color.

  • Laser procedures may darken or lighten pigmented area.