Microblading

 PRE-PROCEDURE ADVISE SHEET:

Brow Procedure:

Microblading procedure normally requires 2 sessions/treatments. The clients will be require to return for at least one touch-up appointment, for best results. This will take place 8-10 weeks after 1st initial procedure.

10-12 weeks is $150.00. And anything over 15 weeks is considered a "Color Refesher" or "Color Booster" $300.00.

~Please be aware that color intensity will be significantly dark and sharper immediately after procedure. And will reduce 30%-50%

after procedure.

~Please wear your normal make up to the salon the day of your procedure.

~Electrolysis and facial treatments should be done 2 weeks before procedure.

~Discontinue Retin-A, no chemical or/and laser peels for 6 weeks prior to procedure.

~Refrain from use of any Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) products close to the eyebrow area for 2 weeks prior to and 2weeks after your

procedure.

~Do not tan 2 weeks or have any sunburn on the face.

~Do not have Botox 3 weeks prior to procedure.

~Do not take Vitamin E/Fish Oils or any natural blood thinners for one week.

~Do not work out the day of your procedure.

~Any brow shaping, threading, waxing should be done 3 days before procedure.

Eyeliner Procedure:

~You must remove eyelash extensions before procedure and keep them off for 2-3 weeks while skin around the eye heals properly.

~Must stop using any lash growth enhancing serum(Latisse,Grande Lash, Lash Boost, Revita Lash, etc.)for 2-3 before and after

procedure, while skin around the eye heals properly.

In order to avoid excessive bleeding or poor color pigment deposit:

~Do not drink alcohol 24-48 hours before tattoo procedure.

~Do not work-out the morning/day of your procedure.

~Do not consume coffee before tattoo procedure.

~Do not take aspirin or and ibuprofen/Advil for pain relief this thins the blood and causes bleeding.

~Also some herbs and spices to avoid prior to procedure:

Black pepper, Cardamom, Zingiberaaceae (Ginger), Cayenne, Cinnamon, Garlic, Horseradish, Mustard.

Topical Anesthetic Advise

Although numbing cream is used during procedure, slight sensitivity or/and discomfort may still be felt by sensitive clients. We cannot

accept responsibility if the area to be treated does not respond to the numbing cream. Each individual is different according to their

skin type. Some clients report the area to be completely numb while other may experience some discomfort.