You cannot receive permanent make up services if anything below pertains to you.
If you are currently pregnant or breastfeeding
Botox can be done up to two weeks before coming in for a permanent make up appointment and can be done as soon the day after a permanent make up appointment. If done too close to your brow appointment it can distort the shape and symmetry.
Permanent make up can be performed at minimum three weeks before starting your first round of chemo. Even if you are still within that three week period you will still need a doctors note clearing you to get permanent make up done.Currently undergoing CHEMO therapy or Radiation.
Currently on Antibiotics. You must wait at minimum two weeks post final cycle
Currently using Accutane or have used accurate in the past year..
Currently taking blood thinners. You must avoid Aspirin/Ibuprofen (unless doctor prescribed), alcohol, and vitamin E oil 24 hours before your appointment. Avoid Caffeine at least 12 hours before your appointment.
If you have any open wounds, blisters, sunburns, or pimples in the brow area cannot be worked on at that time. Please contact to reschedule if anything does pop up.
If you have received any sort of laser, chemical peel, or micro needling near the the brow area you must wait at least 6 weeks post procedure.
If you have received any sort of lightening procedure for previous permanent make up you must wait at least 6 weeks post procedure. May be longer, please contact me in the case of this event.
If you are currently using any form of lash or brow growth serums you must discontinue for 6 weeks before your PMU service.
For liner services you cannot be currently wearing any form of lash extensions for the procedure.
If you book an appointment while having any of these contradictions and fail to let me know and come in for your appointment
I WILL NOT WORK ON YOU AND YOU WILL LOSE YOUR NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT
Other contradictions for permanent makeup. People with diabetes, with glaucoma, people currently using Cortisone, Steroids, Retin-A, Renova. People with skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, undiagnosed rashes and blisters, those with allergies to makeup or colors, and those with easily trigged post inflammatory hyperpigmentation are not good candidates.
PM is a gentle process of implanting pigment into the upper layer of the skin. PM procedure is performed around eyes, eyebrows and lips, for camouflaging scars, burns, Vitiligo, as well as correcting some facial irregularities. Permanent Makeup (PM) is also known as dermapigmentation, micropigmentation, or cosmetic tattooing, and is an alternative to removable, daily applied cosmetics. The most obvious benefit of permanent makeup is saving time.