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Permanent Makeup is not recommended for you if you have any of these conditions:

◂ Under the age of 18.
◂ Pregnant or nursing. You will have to get the procedure done once you are completely done with nursing.
◂ On Accutane or have been using it within the past year.
◂ On any skin medications such as steroids — this causes the skin to become more sensitive during the procedure.
◂ Have skin irritations (e.g. sunburn, rash, eczema, acne, rosacea, or psoriasis near the treated area). You must let me know to reschedule your appointment.
◂ Diabetes (uncontrolled). Controlled diabetes is fine.
◂ High blood pressure (uncontrolled). Controlled high blood pressure is fine.
◂ On blood thinners (ibuprofen, aspirin, Coumadin...)
◂ Autoimmune disease (if so, you must obtain a doctor's note for approval).
◂ Have had chemotherapy in the past year.
◂ Have a contagious disease or viral infection (HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis, etc.)
◂ Allergic to Lidocaine, Epinephrine, pigmentation, and makeup.
◂ You are epileptic.
◂ You are prone to keloids & hypertrophic scarring.
◂ You have a pacemaker or major heart problems.

Precare Instructions

  • Do not drink coffee or alcohol 24 hours prior to your appointment.

  • Do not take blood thinning medications/supplements (e.g. Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Vitamin E, Niacin, etc.) 24 hours prior.

  • Retinoids/Tretinoin, AHA/BHA (salicylic acid, glycolic acid, lactic acid, benzoyl peroxide, etc), Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), & any chemical/physical exfoliation products should be discontinued 2 weeks prior to your appointment if used around your forehead/the procedure area. Please Google your skincare if you are unsure of its ingredients & whether or not it is an exfoliating product.

  • Laser treatments, chemical peels, waxing, & brow tints should be done 2 weeks prior to your appointment.

  • Botox & dermal fillers should be done 4 weeks prior to your appointment.

  • Skin should be clear of blemishes, non-irritated, & sunburn free for optimal results, especially around the procedure site.

   * Everyone heals differently! Results aren’t always guaranteed but I’ll try my best to get you there! ♡

Aftercare Instructions - Microblading / Microshading / Ombre Powder

Day 1:  Blot lymph fluid from brows every hour with clean gauze & purified/filtered water. Before bed, wash eyebrows with unscented soap or a gentle cleanser by gently swiping, do not rub back & forth.

     Apply a MINIMAL amount of aftercare ointment at night with a clean Q-Tip using a rolling motion.


Day 2-10:  Wash brows with unscented soap twice a day (morning & night), and apply a MINIMAL amount of aftercare ointment as needed.


- Use makeup removing wipes around the brows (if you have foundation on) & gently wash your eyebrows 1-2 times a day with unscented soap. Do not rub your fingers back & forth along your eyebrows — just use a few swiping motions.

- Reapply ointment as needed when eyebrows feel dry or when skin feels tight.

- Apply just enough product (rice grain size) to moisten — you should not slather ointment onto your brows. Too much ointment will cause the scab to lift prematurely and affect the healing process as well as color retention.

- Remember, less is more. You don’t want to oversaturate product onto your brows — the less, the better.

- Avoid long, steamy showers! Do not get your eyebrows soaking wet for the next 10-14 days in the shower. - - Keep your face as dry as possible.

- Avoid excessive sweating for the next 10 days. This includes working out, saunas & steam rooms. The salt in sweat can pull pigment out from skin & result in uneven healing/uneven color retention.

- Sleep on your back. Sleeping on your sides can result in uneven healing.

- Do not peel, pick, scratch, or rub on the scabs. As hard as it can be sometimes, try to fight the urge & let them fall off on their own! Peeling the scabs can result in uneven healing & uneven color retention.

- Do not apply any cosmetics/makeup onto your brows for at least 10 days.

- Do not use Vaseline (100% petrolatum/petroleum jelly). Vaseline suffocates the skin and does not promote proper healing for the skin.


** Do not use chemical/physical exfoliants/microdermabrasion & retinol on your eyebrows. This includes AHA (glycolic acid, lactic acid..) & BHA (salicylic acid). This will cause the pigment to fade. Apply products sparingly on forehead 1-2 inches away from eyebrows (forever, unless you want your eyebrows to fade/shrink/discolor).

** Try to stay out of the sun & wear a hat if necessary while healing. Once healed, use sunblock on your eyebrows to prevent fading from UV rays (I use Supergoop). I know sunscreen is a hassle, but sunburnt skin and UV rays will cause your eyebrows to fade/turn grey & result in unevenness.

** If any reason you are receiving an MRI scan, please inform your radiologist or radiologic technician of your permanent makeup. It is very rare, but those with permanent makeup may experience slight swelling or burning in the affected areas post-MRI scan due to the pigments/minerals in the ink.

Aftercare Instructions - Saline Removal

  • ​Do not apply any ointments/creams/makeup to the treated area. Keep in mind that this is a wound, and applying products on your eyebrows after the service can result in infection. We must dry heal for optimal results.

  • Do not ice the treated area.

  • Do not pick, scratch, or peel any scabs, as this can result in pulling hair out or scarring.

  • Do not soak the treated area with water, or get them too wet. 

  • Avoid saunas, steam rooms, hot tubs, & tanning.

  • Avoid getting shampoo/conditioner on the eyebrows until scabs fall off.

  • Wear face shield (I give you this) when taking a shower.

First few days: Clean the treated areas with saline wound wash on gauze/cotton pads 3 times a day until scabs have completely fallen off. 

After scabbing: Once scabs completely fall off, apply Vitamin E 3-4 times a day for a minimum of 4 weeks. This will help with healing & prevent scarring. DO NOT apply Vitamin E until the scabs have completely fallen off! We are dry healing.

  • Lightening tattooed eyebrows is a process and may take multiple sessions. You must be patient. It may take up to 2-3 sessions to see visible results.

  • Sessions are spaced out 6-8 weeks apart to ensure the brows are completely healed.

  • The number of sessions depend on: how saturated the eyebrows are with ink, how deep the ink was implanted, & how much we need to remove.

  • Results can't be guaranteed; sometimes, the ink is implanted so deep, laser removal may be the last option.

What To Expect: 

Day 1-14: Brows will be extremely red & sore right after your saline removal procedure. Eyebrows will look red/pink and will scab, so please plan saline removal procedures accordingly. They should not be done close to important events.

Healing Phases - Permanent Makeup

  • Day 1: Eyebrows will look fresh, slightly swollen & red.

  • Day 2-4: Eyebrows will be tender & look significantly darker (you might even look mean 😡 ). But keep in mind that this is completely normal & will fade 30-40% lighter in a few days!

  • Day 5-8: Eyebrows are in the peeling / scabbing phase. It’s hard to resist, but do NOT pick or remove the scabs/peel the skin. This will result in prematurely removing pigment = uneven color retention/shape.

  • Day 9-13: Eyebrows looks lighter in color, but don’t sweat it! Your skin hasn’t healed completely & some of the pigment will return.

  • Day 14-21: Healing is almost complete, color and definition return slightly.

  • Day 30: Healing is completed! Any spots from loss of pigment all depends on how well your skin took in the pigment. At this point, you’ll be able to tell if there’s anything you want to add or change to your eyebrows for your 6-12 week touch-up appointment!



Cancellations / Rescheduling: 

― Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours in advance. No refunds will be made.
Failure to cancel your appointment will result in a 50% charge of the procedure amount.
No-Shows will be charged 50% of the procedure amount.

― Rescheduling can be made if you notify me at least 48 hours prior to your original appointment. Clients can reschedule one time only— another deposit/appointment will have to be made the 2nd time.

Late / No Shows:

― The client must arrive no later than 15 minutes from the original appointment time. I understand that things come up, and if you are later than 15 minutes, you can notify me to see if I’ll be able to work around it. If not, I will have to take the next client and the appointment will be canceled. Deposit/Booking Fee will be forfeited.​


― Deposit/Booking Fee will be forfeited if the client is a no show. Failure to cancel your appointment and being a no-show will result in a 50% charge of the procedure to the card on file.


― Please do not bring any guests, children, or animals. This is to prevent cross-contamination & any distractions.

― Please give me a text when you arrive as I may be finishing up with the prior client. Please do not walk into the procedure area without notifying me of your arrival.



― You may develop an allergic reaction to the pigment or anesthetic being used. You may contact me to request a patch test at least 72 hours before the appointment if you have sensitive skin or prone to allergic reactions; However, a patch test doesn’t always guarantee that you will develop a reaction to the products being used. If you do not request a patch test, you may waive it on the day of the appointment.


― Results are not 100% guaranteed. Results & color retention depend on proper aftercare, lifestyle, skin type, and skin conditions.

All services including deposits are non-refundable.

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