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Post-Care Instructions for Permanent Makeup

  • Immediately after your procedure, you will see some swelling and possibly redness. This will subside in 1-3 days. Scabbing or flaking may also occur. We will give you a healing ointment that should be used for 7 days, 2 to 3 times a day, to help assist with the healing process. Apply ointment with a clean clean cotton swab.

  • Color will first appear extremely dark and or bold. The color can fade up to 50% within the first couple of weeks. Once you are fully healed, the color will be softer, smoother, and lighter.

  • Clean the area with a gentle cloth, cotton pad or cotton swab with water only during the healing process. 

  • On the area of the procedure, no makeup, tinting of lashes or brows, eyelash extensions,exposure to sun, soap, saunas, steam, any activity that would cause sweating, hot tubs, swimming in chlorine or salt water, gardening or exposure to animals near the area of procedure until completely healed.

  • Before bathing, gently apply a light coating of ointment on the procedure site area using a clean cotton swab. Continue this regime until the procedure has completely healed. The steam may express the pigment color.

  • Do not rub or traumatize the procedure area while it is healing, pigment may be removed along with crusting tissue.

  • Use a waterproof sun block after the procedure area has healed to prevent future fading of pigment color.

  • Touch up visit should be scheduled within 2 months of initial application. All permanent cosmetic procedures are a two step process. Results cannot be determined until the color refresher is completed.

  • It’s very important to follow all aftercare instructions for maximum results.

  • Remember all procedures must, heal, peel, and fade. This process may take up to 10 days.

  • Do not use any products that contain AHA’s, Vitamin A, Retinols, or lightening and peeling products on the procedure area (examples: glycolic acid, lactic acid, etc.). Make sure to read all ingredients.

  • Do not wear contact lenses during the procedure and 1 week after.