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Pre Appointment Instructions

  • Please wash your hair before the procedure (to decrease risk of soaking your brows during the first few days after your session).

  • Please exfoliate your brows a day or two before your appointment to remove any dry skin build up.

  • To reduce bleeding, no alcohol, coffee or energy drinks on the day of your appointment.

  • To reduce bleeding, no alcohol, niacin, aspirin or ibuprofen, Advil for 24 hours before your treatment.

  • To reduce bleeding, do not have any fish oil supplements or vitamin E for 1 week before the treatment.

  • For good skin healing quality, no plucking or waxing 1 week before the treatment.

  • If your brow hair is lighter than the colour you’d like, please tint your brows 1 week before your appointment.

  • Please bare in mind you will need to keep up with this maintenance or else your hairs will always look lighter than your tattoo.

  • Clients with oily skin should use distilled witch hazel for 1 week before the treatment.

  • For good skin healing quality, no sunbeds or sunbathing for 1 - 2 weeks before the treatment.

  • You must wait 4 weeks before/after having filler or Botox around the area to allow it to settle.

Things to Consider

  • If you’re recently had a chemical peel / intense skin treatment. You must wait 2-3 weeks for your skin to settle down.

  • If you recently had Botox or fillers done, you must wait 4 weeks before having a brow or lips tattoo, to allow the Botox or fillers to settle.

  • If you’re using Accutane, Isotretinoin, or other strong retinoids. You need to be off this kind of medication for 1 year.

  • You're undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy. Your treatments should have finished prior to your appointment and can only be done with a doctor's note.

Not Sure?

If you’re not sure if you’re a good candidate for permanent makeup or what technique is more appropriate for you?

Please enjoy this 20-30min appointment that will answer all of your questions and help you to make the best decision!

You can choose from having a presencial or a virtual commitment free appointment. 

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