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After Care:

Eyebrow After Care:

  • At first your eyebrows will appear extremely dark. This is normal. Your eyebrows will completely exfoliate in approximately 7 days resulting in a soft natural color.
  • Apply a small amount of A & D Ointment with a clean Q-tip, or extremely clean finger at least several times a day for approximately 7 days, or until your eyebrows have completely exfoliated. Do not allow eyebrows to dry out during the healing process.
  • Some swelling and redness is to be expected, but will dissipate quickly. Itching is common, but please do not scratch or pick at your new eyebrows during the healing process as this can cause insufficient color saturation to that area.
  • Keep eyebrows clean by allowing water to gently flow over them in the shower. Please avoid direct water pressure. You may also pat them with a clean warm or cool washcloth. Do not wash with soap or facial cleanser for 7 days, until healed.
  • Eyebrows may heal slightly blotchy after the first appointment. This is normal. You may fill in with a brow pencil after they have healed. This will be addressed in the second appointment 4-6 weeks later.
  • Avoid tanning booths, pools and hot tubs for at least one week after procedure to prevent infection. *Tanning booths and outdoor sun will fade your permanent makeup. Please cover with sunscreen to lessen fading.
Eyeliner After Care:

  • At first your eyeliner will appear extremely dark and thicker. This is normal. You may lose up to 40% of the color after the 1st appointment. When applied for the first time, eyeliner usually requires two sessions to achieve optimal color. Your follow up appointment should be 4-6 weeks later.
  • Eyes will be tender and swollen for a few days. This is normal and will dissipate in 24-48 hours.
  • You may elevate your head and apply cold compresses. This is most effective if done during the first 24 hours.
  • Apply a very small amount of A & D Ointment with a clean Q-tip several times a day for 3-4 days. Do not allow eyeliner to dry out for the first 72 hours.
  • Be careful not to get A & D Ointment in your eyes and do not apply A & D Ointment over tear ducts.
  • Itching is also common. Do not scratch or pick as this may cause insufficient pigment to the area.
  • Keep eyeliner clean by allowing water to gently flow over them in the shower. Avoid direct water pressure. You may pat them with a clean cool or warm washcloth. Do not wash your eyes with soap or facial cleanser for 3-4 days, during the healing period.
  • Do not wear contacts, eye shadow or mascara during the healing period of 3-4 days. A good idea is to wipe down all cosmetics and brushes with rubbing alcohol.
  • Avoid tanning booths, pools and hot tubs for at least one week after procedure to prevent infection.
Eye Infections:

  • Eye infections are not common, but of course they can happen at any time.
  • Do not use too much A & D Ointment! A & D Ointment acts as a magnet to allergens like smoke, dust, dirt, chemicals and pet dander, which can cause an eye infection. Do not place A & D Ointment over tear ducts.
  • Do not touch your eyes with dirty fingers. Wash hands extremely well and use clean Q-tips!
  • If eye irritation occurs, stop using the A & D Ointment immediately. Clean eyes by washing off ointment, and rinse with buffered eyewash. Contact your physician for antibiotic eye drops.
Post Procedure information for lips:

  • Continue taking the antiviral prescribed medication from your doctor or dentist if you have a history of cold sores.
  • It is normal for your lips to be extremely bright and swollen after your appointment.
  • Gently apply A & D Ointment unto your lips several times a day until they completely exfoliate.
  • Your lips will exfoliate in approximately 4 days, resulting in a soft natural color. The color may seem to have completely disappeared. After 3-4 weeks you will notice the color reappearing. It takes at least two applications of pigment to achieve optimal color; a dark "lipstick look" cannot realistically be achieved.
  • Do not apply lipstick for one week after procedure.
  • Lips tend to be extremely dry for a few weeks after procedure. Chap stick or a lip moisturizer with a sunscreen will help your lips to feel moist during this healing period.
  • Avoid hot tubs, chlorinated swimming pools, and tanning booths for one week.
  • Sun damage, scar tissue, cold sores, dense lip tissue and a history of smoking may limit the amount of color your lips will take. Some clients obtain great color saturation, and others retain little color. Final results cannot be guaranteed.
  • Avoid tanning booths, pools and hot tubs for at least one week after procedure to prevent infection. *Tanning booths and outdoor sun will fade your permanent makeup. Please cover with sunscreen to lessen fading.

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