Alcohol, Aspirin, Ibuprofen or Coumadin must be avoided at least 48 hours prior to procedure.
You must be 18 or over to have this treatment.
Microblading is not suitable for women who are currently pregnant or breastfeeding.
Eyebrow waxing and shaping should be performed at least 48 hours before the microblading procedure.
Consult your doctor before discontinuing any medication.
Please wear your normal makeup on the day of the procedure.
If you have had botox, you should allow a full 2 weeks to allow your botox to settle before proceding with your microblading treatment.
A patch test is required prior to having your treatment at least 48 hours before 1st session.
ALL CLIENTS ARE ADVISED TO PURCHASE THE AFTERCARE OIL FOR £10 WHICH HAS BEEN SPECIFICALLY MADE FOR THE PIGEMNTS USED TO ACHIEVE THE BEST HEALING RESULT.
VASELINE AND PETROLIUM JELLY ARE NOT SUITABLE AFTERCARE TO USE ON MICROBLADING.
Remember the colour is up to 50% darker straight after the treatment. It will fade after 4 to 7 days and the true colour will not come through until up to 4 weeks after the initial treatment. During the healing process, the colour may seem to have disappeared as the healing skin obscures it. Under no circumstances should you have further permanent cosmetic work undertaken during the 4-week period.
DO NOT get your eyebrows wet when washing your face or being in the bath/shower for at least 3-4 days after your treatment. Excessive wetness will wash away the pigment if your skin has not
healed over properly. - Make sure you wash your hair with your head tilted backwards to stop water running down you face.
Apply aftercare oil to the area at least 2/3 times a day using a cotton bud. Wash your hands before and after application and use a clean cotton bud each time to avoid
Your eyebrows need to be gently blotted to remove excess body fluids to eliminate crusting. - On the initial day of your treatment you will need to gently wash your brows every 2 hours with cotton wool and warm water. This should be completed for at least 6-8 hours.
For the first 2-4 days in the morning and before you go to bed gently blot the area with a warm damp cotton wool pad to remove excess body fluids and tiny blood spots to eliminate
crusting. Do not rub the area as this will disturb the pigment. Gently pat dry with a clean towel.
DO NOT expose the area to extreme heat or extreme cold until healed. (This can take up to 4 weeks to heal fully) This includes sunbathing, tanning beds, saunas etc.
DO NOT itch, pick, scratch or rub the area or the colour will heal unevenly or cause scarring and infection.
DO NOT try to hide you eyebrows with your fringe in the first 2 days, this is the easiest way to cause infection - keep you fringe away from your eyebrows.
Exercise and excess sweating needs to be avoided for at least 10 days after your procdure.
You can wear makeup around the brow area but do not to put makeup of any kind on your brows until the brows are fully healed (around 2-4 weeks).
To avoid pigment fading for as long as possible, avoid excessive exposure to the sun or UV rays and use a good sunscreen or moisturiser with an SPF30 or higher.
If you are planning a chemical peel or any other similar procedures, please inform your practitioner that you have had permanent cosmetics.
You should not be eligible to give blood for 6 months after your procedure, please inform the National Blood Service of your procedure and date if you want to give blood.
If you are planning injections such as Botox and Collagen remember it can alter the shape of your eyebrows.
Laser hair removal can fade and change the shade of your brow procedures, always advise the laser technician you are wearing permanent cosmetics and they can act accordingly.