If you have oily skin, your results will appear softer (eyebrows can look solid) in appearance and may require additional procedures.

Dark skin types please note that your permanent makeup will not appear as bold as lighter skin types. (Indian, African American, Filipino, etc.)

Plan on scheduling your touch-up within the first 6 months.

Come to your appointment with your eyebrows penciled the way you like them (optional) if you like & bring your eyebrow pencil with you

Clients with darker skin (Indian, African American, Filipino, etc.), Please know that the Hair Strokes and Eye Liners WILL NOT appear as defined or as dark as lighter skin types due to the skin color already being naturally darker.

If using an eyelash growth serum (Latisse) or the like on your eyebrows, you must discontinue use 2 weeks prior to the procedure and can not resume until 2 weeks after the procedure.

Not a good candidate for permanent makeup

If you have any of thee following conditions you are not a good candidate for permanent makeup:

  • Heart Conditions/Pace Maker/Defibrillator
  • Hemophiliac
  • Cirrhosis of the Liver
  • Surgical Forehead/Brow lift
  • Alopecia
  • Trichotillomania
  • Shingles
  • Eczema, Psoriasis or Dermatitis in or around the brow area
  • Oily or severely oily skin
  • Large pores on your forehead & in the brow area
  • Platelet Disorders Aggregation Disorders
  • Moles/raised areas in or around the brow area
  • Deep wrinkles in the brow area
  • Hair transplant for your eyebrows
  • Thyroid condition and taking medication for this condition
  • Rosacea (severe reddening of the face)
  • Fitzpatrick Skin types 1 (red heads/white skin/light eyes)
  • On Accutane (acne medicine) within the last year
  • Any type of Organ Transplant or Anti-Rejection Medications
  • Auto Immune Disorder of any kind (MS, RA, Lupus or the like)
  • Extremely Thin skin

If you are on these medications you are not a good candidate for permanent makeup:

  • Triflusal (Disgren)
  • Clopidogrel (Plavix)
  • Prasugrel (Effient)
  • Ticagrelor (Brilinta)
  • Ticlopidine (Ticlid)
  • Cilostazol (Pletal)
  • Vorapaxar (Zontivity)
  • Dipyridamole (Persantine
  • Coumadin
  • Pradaxia (dibigatran)
  • Xarelto (rivaraxaban)
  • Eliquis (apixaban)
  • Savaysa (edoxaban)

Microblading Eyebrows Pre-Care:

  • Do not work out 24 hours before procedure.
  • NO alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before procedure (Yes, there is caffeine in decaf coffee and tea!).
  • Avoid sun and tanning one week prior to procedure.
  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Advil/Ibuprofen 24 hours before procedure.
  • Avoid power shakes and power greens, Fish Oil, and “Hair, Skin, Nail” supplements 24 hours prior to procedure.
  • Discontinue Glycolics, Chemical Peels and Retin-A 4 weeks prior.
  • Refrain from use of any Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) products close to the eyebrow area 2 weeks prior to and 2 weeks after your procedure. Check your moisturizer, facewash BB or CC creams and makeup primers for anything that says acid.
  • No brow waxing or tinting one week before.
  • You have to be off any kind of Accutane for 1 year. NO Exceptions!
  • NO LATISSE ON BROWS -Lash hair growing serum (Discontinue for min of 3 weeks)

If you get fillers, they should be done 6 weeks prior to your scheduled procedure or done 6 weeks after thee procedure.

If you use Botox, it should be performed either 2 weeks prior to your scheduled procedure or 2 weeks after your procedure.

Avoid power shakes and power greens 3 days prior to the procedure, these can cause blood thinning and heavy bleeding!

We do not work on anyone pregnant or still breast feeding.

Microblading Eyebrows Post-Care:

Microblading eyebrows is a “dry heal” Do not get wet, and no sweating for 10 days

Do Not rub, pick or scratch the treated area. Let any scabbing or dry skin naturally exfoliate off. Picking can cause scarring and pigment loss!

Completely avoid direct sun exposure and tanning beds for a minimum of 4 weeks after your procedure. Direct sunlight can cause the pigment to change color while it is healing and can also cause hyper pigmentation and scarring.

Avoid pool, sauna, steam rooms, steamy hot showers and/or steamy hot baths for 3 weeks.

Avoid sweating for a full 10 days. Any physical effort, gym, hot weather, any other activity that may cause sweating through or on the brows will cause the “hairstrokes” to blur under the skin, there is no fixing this.

Wash face with makeup wipes so no water drips on the brows, and no washing hair in shower, brows might get wet, so just use dry shampoo or go get them washed at a salon or lay back in your bath to wash your hair so eyebrows do not get wet for the first 10 days.

Avoid sleeping on your face/brows for the first 10 days.

NO makeup or skincare products to be used on the treated area for two weeks.

NO facials, chemical treatments and microdermabrasion for 4 weeks.

After 10 days, once the area has healed completely, consider using sunblock when going out in the sun to stop the color from fading.

Eyebrow tinting should not be undertaken for 2 weeks after your procedure.
Avoid Retin-A, Chemical Peels and Microderms around the brow area once healed.

Avoid applying any skincare that has the words “acid” “Retin A” “Glycol” on the area treated! Look in your foundations and primers too, it is in things that say “long lasting” or “Forever”

Eyebrows- Typical Recovery


The eyebrows are approximately 20 to 25% darker and bolder in width than they will be when healed. Your skin is red under the pigment which causes the color of the pigment to appear darker. There is some swelling, although difficult to see due to the thickness of the skin in the eyebrow area. This will subside. Exfoliation, which begins in a few days, will cause the excess pigment surrounding the eyebrow procedure to flake away and a more narrow appearance will result. New skin will heal over the pigmented area and result in a softer 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.


Eyebrows will start to itch and will appear a bit thicker in texture. Natural exfoliation begins., do not exfoliate yourself.


The skin begins to flake- peeling from the outside edges first.


Color finishes flaking off and appears softer and grayer for a few more weeks until color clarifies.


No eyelash extensions (Must be removed a minimum of 3-5 days prior to procedure)

No Latisse / Lash growing serum (Discontinue for min of 3 weeks)
Keep fingers off of the eyes! The bacteria on the fingers and hands may cause “pink eye” which is a bacterial eye infection. Please no contacts or mascara for 7 days after your procedure.

Only use the Vaseline provided to you after the procedure for 10 days, or as needed, you cannot over use them. Do not apply too much Vaseline on to the new liner as it can irritate your eyes.

Eyeliner can and will have some residual pigment that may peel or flake off after a couple days(in most cases)..that is ok..eyeliner tends to fade more so than brows due to the moisture in the eye area. After the touch up the color stays better and lasts longer….

Eyeliner will take 2-3 procedures!

Eyeliner – Typical Recovery


Swollen like you’ve been crying, with a heavier eye makeup look.


Swollen, usually for only a few hours after waking up, with the heavier eye makeup look continuing.


Swelling decreases with a tight feeling. The pigments begin to lift away from the skin.


There is a “pinching” feeling. Some itching is normal as the skin begins to flake. Do Not pick at it.


Blinking movements of the eye usually removes all pigment by this day. Color is somewhat grayish and will take a few more days to clarify to full color.


Be careful as you pull on shirts or other garments over your face that you don’t brush the new tattoo accidentally. Also, don’t put any makeup on, particularly just after treatment. You might cause an infection or otherwise damage the tattoo. In the case of food, it may be challenging for a while to eat with tattooed lips, but it can be done. Avoid biting or licking your lips as much as possible, and make sure no food or drink stays on there.

Prior to Appointment

If you have a history of cold sores, Valtrax should be taken for 3 days prior to and after procedure.

Exfoliate and moisturize your lips for 3 – 5 days prior to the procedure.


Avoid Contact with Clothing, Makeup, Food and Sunlight. Take care not to expose your face to the sun for about two weeks after you get your tattoo. The sun will fade the pigment, which is still settling into your skin. Even after the tattoos have healed, be consistent with applying sunscreen to those areas of your face, to avoid fading. Lips can take 1-3 treatments for desired depth of color. Keeping lips moist daily will lengthen the time the pigment will last…everyone heals different.

Very Important: If you get cold sores or have ever had one in the past, you will need an antiviral prescription from your doctor before a lip procedure. Physicians usually instruct to take it 2 days before. As this procedure will bring out the virus if not medicated beforehand.

Lips – Typical Recovery

Day 1

Swelling, tender, heavy thick lipstick look with a reddish brick color affect.

Day 2

Slight swelling, reddish and tender with a slight metallic flavor.

Day 3

Less swelling, thicker texture, sore, hot feeling before exfoliation with an orange color affect.

Day 4

Exfoliation begins, very chapped lips.

Day 5

Very chapped but almost finished with first chapping stage.

Day 6

A soft rich color begins to appear.

Day 7 – 13

Lip color disappears and the “frosty” chapping stage begins as a whitish/grayish haze on the lips.

Day 14

Color blooms from within more and more each day until day 21.

Day 21

Healing complete; the color you see is the color 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, but with full color!