PRE-CARE FOR ALL PROCEDURES

MANDATORY PRE-CARE INSTRUCTIONS

It is mandatory that you follow the below for best possible results and outcome during & following your appointment. Please read & understand thoroughly.

BROW LAMINATION / HENNA BROW

Please allow 4-6 weeks of brow growth; you may clean up the surrounding fly away hair but please leave the bulk of the brow alone.

Do not tweeze, wax, laser, electrolysis or any other hair removal in the bulk of the brow 1 week prior to your appointment.

Discontinue Brow growth serums 6 weeks prior to your appointment. We strongly recommend consulting a professional (dermatologist) to assess the condition of your skin prior to your appointment.

Discontinue retinol, AHA, BHA, etc or any other prescription topicals for your skin. We strongly recommend consulting a professional (dermatologist) prior to your appointment.

Brow lamination is not recommended for naturally, very curly brow hair due to the possibility of variances in hair porosity, which can lead to uneven processing in some cases.

BROWS / LINER

PLEASE SHOWER THE DAY OF YOUR APPOINTMENT AS YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GET THE TREATED AREA WET OR SOAKED FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS FOLLOWING YOUR PROCEDURE.

DO NOT WORK OUT THE DAY OF YOUR PROCEDURE

ABSOLUTELY NO alcohol, caffeinated food or beverage (yes, there is caffeine in decaf coffee, tea, chocolate, etc.), supplements, vitamin-e, stimulants, anti-inflammatory/steroid meds and/or any other medications that act as blood-thinners MUST be avoided 48 hours prior to your appointment. Tylenol is OK.

If you are on blood thinning medication for previous or current conditions, please let us know immediately and kindly consult your physician regarding the best course of action prior to re-booking your appointment. The above mentioned can cause excessive bleeding during the tattooing procedure and will reduce the amount of pigment implantation & retention, can potentially alter your pigment colour and risk poor & delayed healing which can also risk scarring.

Discontinue Retin-A, Retinol, Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) at least 6 weeks prior. We strongly recommend consulting a professional (dermatologist) to assess the condition of your skin prior to your appointment.

Discontinue hair growth serums 6 weeks prior to your appointment. We strongly recommend consulting a professional (dermatologist) to assess the condition of your skin prior to your appointment.

Do not tweeze, wax, laser, electrolysis or any other hair removal in the bulk of the brow 1 week prior to your appointment.

Do not tint or henna your brows 6 weeks prior to your appointment.

Avoid heavy sunlight, tanning and sunburnt skin 2 weeks prior to your appointment as your skin should not be healing from the above prior to your appointment.

Avoid any type of facials, chemical peels, derma-planing, microdermabrasion, micro needling, etc, 4 weeks prior to your appointment.

Avoid any Botox anywhere around the treatment area 2-4 weeks prior to your appointment as it can alter the end results of your procedure. It is best to have the face at rest for your initial appointment to get the best results.

LIP BLUSH

Please understand that if you have EVER had chicken pox, a fever blister, or a cold sore, you MUST consult your physician regarding antiviral medication pre and post procedure to help prevent the outbreak of cold sores. There are absolutely no exceptions to this rule. ***You must contact a doctor for a prescription of an antiviral medication (Valtrex) to prevent an outbreak – Consult physician regarding when to start and stop the antiviral medication.***

ABSOLUTELY NO alcohol, caffeinated food or beverage (yes, there is caffeine in decaf coffee, tea, chocolate, etc.), supplements, vitamin-e, stimulants, anti-inflammatory/steroid meds and/or any other medications that act as blood-thinners MUST be avoided 48 hours prior to your appointment. Tylenol is OK.

If you are on blood thinning medication for previous or current conditions, please let us know immediately and kindly consult your physician regarding the best course of action prior to re-booking your appointment. The above mentioned can cause excessive bleeding during the tattooing procedure and will reduce the amount of pigment implantation & retention, can potentially alter your pigment colour and risk poor & delayed healing which can also risk scarring.

Lightly exfoliate and moisturize (chap stick) your lips daily 2 weeks prior to appt. ESPECIALLY if you are prone to dry lips.

Please do not work out 24-48 hours post procedure.

Discontinue Brow growth serums 6 weeks prior to your appointment. We strongly recommend consulting a professional (dermatologist) to assess the condition of your skin prior to your appointment.

Avoid heavy sunlight, tanning and sunburnt skin 2 weeks prior to your appointment as your skin should not be healing from the above prior to your appointment.

Avoid Fish oil, Primrose oil, Prenatal Vitamins, Supplements/shakes for 48 hours prior to your procedure.

Discontinue Retin-A, Retinol, Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) at least 6 weeks prior. We strongly recommend consulting a professional (dermatologist) to assess the condition of your skin prior to your appointment.

Please do not get any lip fillers 60 days prior to your appointment and wait 6 weeks after your 6-8 week touch up to get filler post procedure. Please note that it is possible to have poor colour retention in lips that have had collagen injections within 60 days of their appt and within a year of Resatylane. There is the risk of pigment migration along the lip line if you have had Resatylane.

FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE ABOVE GUIDELINES/RULES MAY RESULT IN YOUR APPOINTMENT BEING RESCHEDULED. THIS IS IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CLIENTS OVER ALL RESULTS DURING AND/OR AFTER YOUR PERMANENT MAKE UP APPOINTMENT.