Before your appointment:

  • Do not tweeze, thread, or wax for at least 3 days before your procedure

  • Avoid tanning/sunburned face/any type of facial/chemical peel for 2 weeks prior to procedure

  • Do not have any Botox done for 3 weeks prior to procedure

  • Do not take Fish Oil or Vitamin E one week prior, since these are natural blood thinners

  • Do not workout/overexert yourself the day of procedure

  • The day of procedure: Do not drink alcohol, coffee, take aspirin or ibuprofen before your tattoo 

  • It is best to not have the procedure done while on your period, as you might be more sensitive 

During the healing process after your appointment:

  • Keep new eyebrows completely dry for 24 hours.

  • Day 2-7- Apply a thin layer of A&D ointment with a cotton swab 2 times a day, after rinsing.

  • Do you apply anything on your eyebrows other than A&D ointment, until fully healed.

  • Be sure your hands are extra clean before touching the brow area. Keep hair away from your brow area.

  • Avoid sleeping on your face until brows are fully healed.

Eyebrows may appear darker due to natural scabbing during healing. They will soften up about 40% after the 7 day healing.

All skin is different, pigment retention and healing can vary from person to person; although the Ombre Powder technique is great for all skin types.

Oily skin typically needs a touch up sooner. Following instructions carefully will achieve better results.

Taking care of your permanent cosmetic tattoo:

  • Do not use a washcloth or anything abrassive on your tattoo

  • Do not pick or scratch your tattoo

  • Avoid hot tubs, steam rooms, public pools, and the ocean during your healing process

  • Avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds for 2 weeks

  • Avoid sweaty excercise for 1 week

  • Do not use any Retin-A or Glycolic Acids in the brow area during or after healing

  • For best results, we recommend your first touch up within 3-4 weeks, then yearly

  • If you have any concerns or questions about unusual symptoms, please contact us immediately or consult your physician