AFTERCARE

Taking proper care of yourself BEFORE AND AFTER your procedure is important to ensure your beautiful outcome! Please read through all of our FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS, and procedures BEFORE booking an appointment. If you have additional questions, please contact me. 

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DAY 1


-Do not touch eyes.

-If the eyes are swollen you may take a Tylenol.

-Before bed wash with lukewarm water pat dry with paper towel to remove any lymph.




DAY 2


-Keep dry

-The eyes may be swollen the next day after the procedure, it is a normal reaction.

-The swelling should start going down and will start looking better by the end of the second day.




DAY 3


-If the skin feels very dry you can apply a very THIN layer of provided healing ointment.

-Wash your hands before applying ointment.

-Do not apply too much to avoid adverse reactions.




DAY 3-7


Until scabs are gone AVOID

-Water, makeup, excessive sweating, saunas, pools, and tanning.

-Do not PEEL the scabs at all (you may cause scarring and lose pigment)

-Keep skin moist until all scabs are gone.

The touch up will be done 6-8 weeks after initial appointment.





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DAY 1


-Do not touch eyes.

-If the eyes are swollen you may take a Tylenol.

-Before bed wash with lukewarm water pat dry with paper towel to remove any lymph.




DAY 2


-Keep dry

-The eyes may be swollen the next day after the procedure, it is a normal reaction.

-The swelling should start going down and will start looking better by the end of the second day.




DAY 3


-If the skin feels very dry you can apply a very THIN layer of provided healing ointment.

-Wash your hands before applying ointment.

-Do not apply too much to avoid adverse reactions.




DAY 3-7


Until scabs are gone AVOID

-Water, makeup, excessive sweating, saunas, pools, and tanning.

-Do not PEEL the scabs at all (you may cause scarring and lose pigment)

-Keep skin moist until all scabs are gone.

The touch up will be done 6-8 weeks after initial appointment.





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DAY 1


-Wash your hands before you touch your brows

-Oily skin clean your new brows with a damp cotton every 30 minutes for the first 3 hours (total 6 times)

-Dry skin clean your new brows with damp cotton every hour for the first 3 hours (total of 3 times)

-After the last wipe apply a THIN layer of Healing Ointment

-Before bed wash using gentle cleanser and lukewarm water removing the lymph, pat dry with a paper towel and apply a THIN layer of ointment.




DAY 2


-Apply ointment only when you feel the skin is dry.

-Use a small amount of ointment, otherwise it will suffocate your brows and pull out pigment.

-The size of a grain of rice between both brows is enough




DAY 3-7-10


-Apply ointment until scabs are gone.

-Everyone’s skin has its own healing process and duration. Scabs are normally gone by day 7-10.

-The ointment will help your skin regenerate faster.

Until scabs are gone AVOID

-Water, makeup, excessive sweating, saunas, pools, tanning, facials, eyelash extensions, and massages.

-Do not use Neosporin, Vaseline, antibiotic creams, glycolic acids, or peroxide.

-Do not PEEL the scabs at all (you may cause scarring and lose pigment)

Please note

-The first few days color will be a little dark.

-Once scabs are gone color will appear light and the pigment will come back brighter around week 4.

The touch up will be done 5-8 weeks after initial appointment.





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