Microblading, Powered Brow, Combination Brow, Lip Blushing, Eyeliner Enhancement
A consultation is strongly suggested for ALL permanent makeup services.
This technique helps create a very natural-looking brow. By using a manual blade the strokes will blend into your natural brow hair.
This technique created filled-in look to the brows. Using a tattoo machine, I tattoo the brow shape that best fits your natural bone structure.
This is a semi-premature make-up procedure that enhances the natural lip shape as well as boosts the natural color and symmetry of the lips. This treatment delivers very natural results once healed. There are different pigments available in all different shades to match all lips. The pigment provides subtle color that enhances the lips natural color and camouflages scars, paleness or unevenness.
LIP CLIENTS ONLY:
Make sure you are regularly hydrating your lips and drinking a lot of water on the days leading up to your appointment. If your lips are chapped or cracked we will not be able to perform the procedure and you will forfeit your deposit.
If you have ever had or are prone to cold sores, it is recommended that you get a prescription from your physician for 5 day's worth of cold sore suppression medication before getting this procedure.
If you have dark brown shades to your lips, this is not an ideal procedure for you and could result in permanent hyperpigmentation (dark spots) in the treated area.
Basic eyeliner gives an organic yet refined look that will brighten your natural eye shape. It can add definition to your natural lashes as well as leave you ready to walk out the door looking fabulous. Color is applied to ONLY the upper lash lines. This creates a defined but soft radiance around the eyes; if a stronger look is desired the thickness of the line can be increased. A topical anesthetic is applied to the lash lines to keep discomfort to a minimum.
What should I do before my appointment?
Avoid ANY alcohol and caffeine 24 hours before your procedure.
Avoid any blood thinning medications at least 72 hours prior to your appointment. This includes Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Vitamin E, Niacin, and fish oil supplements. Please consult with your physician before to make sure you are cleared to do so.
Avoid any exfoliation 7 days before.
Avoid any direct sunlight, sun bathing, and tanning beds at least 2 weeks before your appointment. I cannot work on sunburned skin.
How long will the procedure take?
Depending on which permanent makeup services you are receiving you could stay at the spa anywhere from 2 hours to 5 hours. Please plan your travel and personal appointments accordingly day of.
Is coming back for the touch-up necessary?
YES! This touch-up will be six weeks later. I will see how you have healed and make sure we have the proper saturation of pigment. If you want that will be the time we can make minor changes. After this session then you will come in for regular yearly touch-ups.
LIP CLIENTS ONLY
Make sure you are regularly hydrating your lips and drinking a lot of water on the days leading up to your appointment. If your lips are chapped or cracked I will NOT be able to perform the procedure. I will have to reschedule you for a different day.
If you have ever had or are prone to cold sores, it is recommended that you get a prescription from your physician for 5 days worth of cold sore suppression medication before getting this procedure.
What should I expect during the healing process?
Every person is different, and some heal quickly and others slowly. You should expect to lose about 1-3 of the initial color during the healing process. In approximately 6 days it may appear too light. After about 10 days, the color will show more. It will appear softer when completely healed.
Please look at the healing schedule for your specific procedure below.
Lifestyle, medications, smoking, metabolism, facial surgery and other procedures, and age of skin ALL contribute to fading. The initial application is always applied conservatively because every person(s) skin is different, and the final color can only be precisely determined and adjusted during the touch up session after the initial application has fully healed. Though rare infection is possible. If you see signs of infection such as persistent increased redness or swelling, fever, drainage, or oozing, contact your doctor immediately.
Please the after carefully and thoroughly. If you still have any concerns or questions please contact me.
Day 1 Your eyebrows will be 20’25% bolder and darker in width than they will be when healed. Expect light to moderate swilling and redness. The skins redness color of the pigment to appear darker. There s¿is sone swelling, altough difficult to actually see due to the thickness of the skin in the eye brow sera. This will subside. Exfoliation, which begins in a few days, will amuse the excess pigment surrounding area and result in a sifter appearance of your eyebrows. Don’t. Be concerned that your eyebrows initially appear darker and heavier in size than you desire. This is all part of the process.
Day 2 They will remain the same.
Day 3 Eyebrows start to itch and will appear a bit thicker in texture. Exfoliation begins.
Day 4 Your skin begins to flake, pulling from the outside edges first.
Day 5 Color finishes flaking off and appears softer and grater for a few days until color clarifies.
Day 6 The color had lightened from its initial overly dark appearance. For the next few days, the color ay bow be lighter than what the final color will be.
Day 10 The final color begins to staliize and show through. The color will continue to soften as the healing process completes.
Apply ice for the first 2 to 24 hours to reduce swelling.
Keep moist with A&D ointment for the next 5 to 7 days, and then switch to lip balm or lipstick with an SPF of 15 or greater as the sun tends to fade lip color quickly.
Lips may appear to have too much color in the days following the procedure.
Day 1 Swelling, tender, heavy, thick lipstick look with reddish brick color. For the first few days, the color is darker than it will appear when healed.
Day 2 Slight swelling, reddish, tender, with a slightly metallic taste.
Day 3 Less swelling, thicker texture, sore, hot feeling before exfoliation with an orange color.
Day 4 Exfoliation begins with very chapped lips. The color will become lighter as the epidermis sloughs off. It will appear that you have lost all of your colors however when your lips have healed completely, the dermal layer will
gradually become darker.
Day 5 Very chapped but almost finished with the first chapping stage.
Day 6 A soft, rich color begins to appear.
Day 7-13 Lip color disappears and the “frosty” 2nd chapping stage begins as a whitish-gray haze on the lips.
Day 14 Color blooms from within more and more each day until day 21 ( 3 weeks post-procedure).
Day 21 Healing complete. The color you see is the color that you have. Your lips will remain a bit dry for a month or
two. Use a good lip balm and they will return to normal with full color.
Contact lenses should not be worn until the swelling subsides.
Do not use any eyelash tinting or other coloration for at least two weeks after the procedure.
Teabags or ice packs may be used to minimize swelling the day of and the day after the procedure.
Use Aquaphor or white petroleum (Vaseline®) around the treated area for 3 days following the
Use of mascara during the healing process:
Do not wear mascara for a few days
Use ONLY new unopened mascara, in order to avoid contamination and infection.
Apply mascara only to the tips of the eyelashes.
Do not use eyelash curlers during the healing process.
Day 1 The eyes will be swollen and sore like you have been crying. For the first 3-4 days, the color is darker than it will appear when healed. Apply a light gloss of Aquaphor® or white petroleum jelly (Vaseline®) sparingly to the treated areas with a clean fingertip. Too much ointment makes the swollen area too wet. Use the ointment in the morning and evening. A third application is fine if needed, but don’t overuse it. Clean the eyes In the evening with clean water and a tissue.
Day 2 The eyelids are swollen for a few hours after waking up. When you wake up, refresh the treated area with cool water. Tissue dry and re-apply ointment. The eyes will be swollen and sore but will get better throughout the day. In the evening, gently cleanse with cool water, tissue dry, and re-apply ointment.
Day 3 Swelling decreases but is not gone entirely. There is a tight feeling. The top layers of skin begin to lift away. The
soreness will become less as the treated area begins to exfoliate. A rough texture appears on the skin. Use a small amount of ointment if needed.
Day 4 There is a pinching feeling. Some itching is normal as the skin begins to flake. When the eyeliner area begins
to exfoliate, do not pick at it! Discontinue ointment. It will flake off with the movement of the eye.
Day 5 Color is somewhat grayish and will take a few more days to clarify to full color. The pigmented area begins to
shrink and soften in size and color over the next few days. Exfoliation completes. The color will appear a bit “frosty,” but will clarify in a few days.
Day 6 The color has lightened from its initial overly dark appearance. For the next few days, the color may now be
lighter than what the final color will be.
Day 10 The final color begins to stabilize and show through. The color will continue to soften as the healing