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Prep & Care

in preparation of your permanent makeup procedure...


  • Please no tweezing, waxing or threading brows for at least 3-5 days prior to your visit.

  • Please do not chemically treat brows for 1 week before, the longer the better. (tint, lamination, etc)

  • Please do not tan (in a bed or in the sun) for 2 weeks prior to your appointment. Do not arrive for a procedure with a tan or sunburnt face. AVOID all unprotected sun exposure for 2-3 weeks. If face appears to be burnt or very tanned at visit, it will be rescheduled by technician.

  • Do not work out the day of your appointment. 

  • If you have skin irritation or any blemishes within 1 inch of the brows, appointment will likely be rescheduled by technician until completely clear.

  • NO BOTOX or Cosmetic Filler for AT LEAST 2 weeks before, the longer the better.

  • Come to your appointment with your brow makeup done as you normally do. Please wear minimal makeup, if any, otherwise.

  • Avoid any chemical treatments, peels, abrasion, or ANY invasive treatment for at least 4-6 weeks prior to your visit. 

  • Discontinue Vitamin A and Retinol products for 1 month prior to appointment. 

  • Discontinue Accutane 12 months prior to appointment. 

  • Avoid Alcohol, Caffeine, Pre-Workouts, and Energy Drinks for 24-48 hours prior to appointment.

  • Avoid all blood thinning medications/supplements for 7-14 days prior to your appointment. 


**ALWAYS consult with your physician before stopping use of prescription medication.**


Some Examples:

  • Coumadin

  • Plavix

  • Aspirin

  • Fish Oil

  • Turmeric

  • Vitamin B6

  • Vitamin E

  • Omega 3 Fatty Acids

  • Coenzyme Q-10

  • Cranberry

  • Dong quai (or Angelica)

  • Garlic

  • Ginger

  • Ginkgo

  • Ginseng

  • Glucosamine

  • Green tea

  • Lycium tea

  • Melatonin

  • Soy products

  • St. John's wort


​​You are not a candidate for permanent makeup if, you have keloid scaring, are pregnant/nursing, or taking certain blood thinners.


It is your responsibility to disclose any concerns regarding pre and post care to ensure the best outcome. 

How Long Will It Take To Recover?

Honestly, it depends on your and your skin. Some will be red and puffy for a day or two, and some can take a lunch hour appointment and none would be the wiser that something was done. 

Swelling and redness aside, you can expect all of these treatments to have what we call " a rollercoaster of healing". You will likely have a few days of darker than wanted, followed by dry flaky skin for several days to a week. Typically, the healing process is not bad at all, and you should have no problems being seen in public or living your life as you normally do. 



  • Following your procedure, expect your color to be sharper, darker, and bolder than the final result. Once you have healed fully, the pigment they will look softer and about 20-30% lighter. The darkest days are typically 2-4.

  • Expect to see redness and slight swelling both in and around the brow area. Pigment (color) itself may appear warmer than expected due to red, irritated skin.


DAY 1-10

  • A permanent makeup procedure is the equivalent of a skin-deep wound - like a scratch you might get around the house. The day of your procedure, expect a small amount of fluid, weeping or blood. Firmly blot brows with a clean gauze or slightly damp paper towel to remove lymph. Excess lymph may dry and forms scabs too early. Blotting typically only needs to be done the day of your visit.

  • Cleanse brows morning and night with mild, gentle cleanser and pat dry or allow to air dry.

  • Apply After Inked supplied with clean q-tip or clean finger on dry skin only. After Inked may be applied several times during the day, however only a THIN layer should be used at any time. You may need to apply once a day, and you many need to apply 3-4 times a day… This is dependent on your skin. A good rule of thumb is apply whenever your skin looks or feels tight and dry. (For reference of how much cream you should be using - think grain of rice.)

  • Brow area may begin to itch and appear slightly thicker in texture before taking on a flaky, dry, narrow appearance. Do not pick any of flakes, allow to fall off completely on their own.

  • After all peeling/flaking is done, color may take on a hazy, too-dull, too-light, muted appearance. We call this the “Foggy Phase”. The color will return {bloom} after healing is fully complete, typically between the 3rd and 4th week.


Keep in mind, when healing is complete, it is normal to have lighter/less saturated areas. You may lighten up to 30% the first time through.


  • Sleep only on a CLEAN PILLOWCASE.

  • Do not use active ingredient products on or around the eye/eyebrow area including, but not limited to: Retin A, Glycolic or Salicylic acid.

  • Do not use Peroxide or Neosporin on or around the area.

  • Do not Scrub or Pick treated area.

  • Avoid all vigorous exercise and strenuous activity - NO SWEATING

  • Do not expose treated area to direct sunlight or tanning beds.

  • Avoid Facials, Steam, Saunas, Steam Rooms, Heavy Sweating (gym!!) and Long, Hot Showers.

  • Avoid Swimming in Lakes, Ocean, Pools or Hot tubs.

  • Avoid all gardening or yard work.

  • Avoid chemicals and irritants, particularly fine mist type product on or around the area.

  • Avoid ANY makeup directly on treated area.

  • Do not tint, wax, thread or tweeze eyebrows.

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