You can reschedule up to 48 hours before the appointment time. Any reschedules within less than 48 hours of the appointment will lose the deposit and will require a new deposit. So please let me know if you can't make it before that time frame. You are allowed up to 2 reschedules within the 48 hours time frame.
If you're more than 20 minutes late I won't have a sufficient amount of time for the appointment and will not be able to take you and you may lose the deposit and if you choose to reschedule you will have to leave a new one to take its place.
No Show Policy
If you no call no show to your schedule appointment time you forfeit the deposit. If you wish to book again I will require the full payment up front.
If you do have any contradictions to permanent make up that were stated in FAQ's and come in for the appointment I cannot work on you, and you will forfeit your deposit.
*Please consult your artist if you have recently received the Covid-19 Vaccine*
What is Microblading?
Microblading is a gentle process of implanting pigment into the upper layer of the skin. The procedure is performed on the eyebrows for filling in bare areas, hairloss from over plucking/waxing, camouflaging scars as well as correcting some facial irregularities and is an alternative to removable, daily applied cosmetics. The most obvious benefit of permanent makeup is saving time.
Are there any contradications for having permanent makeup?
Candidates who are seeking permanent makeup and who may be contradicted include people with diabetes, pregnant and lactating women, people with glaucoma, people who are taking blood-thinning medicines (e.g. aspirin), Cortisone, Steroids, Acutane, 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.
Is it painful to get permanent make up?
Because PMU is most often performed on areas of the body that are sensitive, the use of anesthetic agent is not uncommon. The sensation of every person is different. One topical anesthetics is a combination of betacain, lidocaine, tetracain. Other topicals include epinephrine, which is vasoconstrictive and helps to minimize swelling. These products are effective, quick acting, and have various blends designed for use before a procedure or application, after the skin has broken. The multiple-application technique works well to make the client comfortable and allows the technician to complete the procedure effectively.
How will it look?
Immediately after the procedure, some swelling may occur, and the color will appear a bit darker than the healed and final result. During the procedure, the color of the pigment is mixed with body fluids and is oxidized. The color stays dark for 4-7 days during the healing process, as the upper layers of epidermis are shed and replaced by new epidermal cells. After the healing process you will be able to see a lighter softer color of the pigment. The final color will appear in about 4 weeks after the procedure, and is usually about 20-30% lighter than the color after procedure.
How long does the procedure take?
The most important part of the first procedure is drawing and creating a shape for the eyebrows, which could take about 45 minutes. The procedure itself takes about 1.5 hours, So the total time is about 2.5-3 hours. The duration of a touch-up procedure 1 hour.
Is a perfecting visit really needed?
During the healing process, the skin is working on the reparing itself. The lymphatic system is trying to push out all external particles to prevent contamination. That explains why the color implanted the first time is not perfect after healing. Also the first time appointment and procedure is like a sketch. All skin is different and can respond differently by healing and keeping the pigments. At the perfecting visit, I review me work and add the finishing corrective touches for color and shape. Prices include one perfecting visit (touch up). However the client should always remember that permanent makeup is almost always a two or more step process.
PMU & Chemo
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.
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. If you disregard this and come in too early I will not be able to work and you and you will forfeit your deposit.
Pregnancy & Breastfeeding
Unfortunately permanent make up cannot be done while pregnant or breastfeeding.
You cannot receive permanent make up while on antibiotics. you must wait at minimum tw0 weeks after the finished cycle.
Am I a candidate for microblading or other forms of permanent makeup?
You cannot receive permanent make up services if anything below pertains to you.
If you are
Currently pregnant or breastfeeding
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.
Latisse or any growth serums: If you are currently using any serums on your eyebrows you must discontinue for 6 weeks before your PMU service.
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.
Contraindications List A-Z
Permanent make up services cannot be done while on Accutane. Must wait a year post final round and also receive a doctors clearance.
You cannot receive permanent make up while on antibiotics. You must wait at minimum two weeks after the finished round of antibiotics.
Rheumatoid Arthritis may be on anti inflammatory drugs that can be in the blood thinner category. Always be sure to look at any medications being used. Some autoimmune disorders may alter pigment retention.
Permanent make up services cannot be done while on blood thinners.
If on doctor prescribed blood thinners you must discontinue use for three weeks before receiving a permanent make up service. ONLY if doctor has agreed too this. Never discontinue doctor recommended medication without consulting your physician first. Blood thinners may not allow the pigment to settle into the skin and result in lack of pigment retention.
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.
In the event of a blister near the brow area you may not be able to perform the service. Wait until blister subsides and heals before performing a permanent make up service. In the event of it worsening, spreading, causing scarring or increase chance of infection it is best to wait until is fully healed. 3-4 weeks.
This service cannot be done while breastfeeding. Must wait at least 30 days most final feeding before receiving a permanent make up service. Hormones may effect the retention and color of the pigment.
To avoid the blood thinning effects of caffeine avoid coffee, energy drinks, stimulants (pre-workout) or weight loss pills 12 hours before the service. (See Blood Thinners)
In the event of a chemical peel being done on your clients face you must wait a minimum of 6 weeks before performing a permanent make up service. The skin must be fully healed to avoid scarring. In the event of a damaged skin barrier the pigment may stain the skin near the brow and leave pigment in unwanted places.
PMU can be done no less than 3 weeks before first round of treatments starts. Even in this event a doctors note must be required.
If the client’s diabetes is controlled and they are able to receive a doctors note clearing them for the permanent make up service you may proceed. Please be aware that any form of diabetes has a possibility to effect the heal and pigment retention. The delayed healing may also require the perfecting visit to start at 8 weeks opposed t 6 to allow for adequate time to heal,
In the event of a client having eczema in/near procedure area you may not be able to perform your service. The damaged skin may scar easily and not hold pigment.
Eyelift or Blepharoplasty
To make sure the area is fully healed wait a minimum of 6 months post to have a permanent make up service done on that area.
Facial Laser Treatments
In the event of a Facial Laser Treatment being done on your clients face you must wait a minimum of 6 weeks before performing a permanent make up service. The skin must be fully healed to avoid scarring.
For permanent eyeliner, the procedure involves some mild pressure around the eye area, which could complicate your condition further.
People who suffer from “fever blisters” or cold sores are more susceptible to an outbreak after having treatments in and around their lips. While this can be helped with antiviral medication, careful consideration should be taken before receiving this procedure.
Keloids and Hypertrophic Scarring
As keloid/hypertrophic scarring is associated with adverse wound healing factors, you may not be a suitable candidate for permanent makeup services as a uniform healing process without additional complications is more desirable.
If Latisse or any growth serums are being used on the procedure area you must discontinue for 6 weeks before your PMU service. Growth Serums bring an influx of blood to the area and may not allow for proper pigment retention. The chemicals in the serums may also effect the retention as well. If they continue use post procedure the results may vary on how long the retention may last. Is is NOT recommended and goes against the artist recommendations.
In the event of a Microneedling/Microchanneling being done on your clients face you must wait a minimum of 6 weeks before performing a permanent make up service. The skin must be fully healed to avoid scarring. In the event of a damaged skin barrier the pigment may stain the skin near the brow and leave pigment in unwanted places.
If there is a mole in a treatment area you must avoid and work around it. With facial moles you want always be able to watch for any change in appearance in the event of a melanoma cancer location.
In the event of a blemish arising in a permanent make up treatment area you may want to reschedule until healed if it is in an unwanted area or is too large. If it is minor and can be worked around be sure to avoid it. Working on broken or damaged skin can result in a scar, a blow out, or heal in an inopportune manor.
Also known simply as hyperpigmentation, this often affects the facial area, particularly after the skin has been traumatized by certain procedures such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, laser treatments, etc. This also applies to microblading and other forms of permanent makeup.
Permanent make up cannot be done while pregnant. Must wait a minimum of 3 months post birth to receive permanent make up services. Hormones may effect the retention and color of the pigment.
In the event of a client having psoriasis on/near procedure area you may not be able to perform your service. The damaged skin may scar easily and not hold pigment.
Retinol and Chemical Exfoliants
The use of retinol or any other exfoliants must be discontinued near the brow area for 4 weeks prior to allow the skin to be fully healed. Exfoliants can thin the skin area and cause less pigment retention. Make sure to be as clear as possible that after the procedure that chemical exfoliants must NEVER be used on their permanent make up. The pigment may alter in color and/or fade away faster than desired. For best retention with the continued use of exfoliants have a buffer zone of at least 2 fingers way from the procedure site. Do not start use until the PMU is fully healed.
If the client is trying to lighten or remove previous permanent make up you must wait a minimum of 8 weeks before performing a permanent make up service. The skin must be fully healed to avoid scarring.
Shingles causes a painful rash that may appear as a stripe of blisters on the trunk of the body.
If there has been shingles on the forehead and brow area in the last 3-5 weeks. It may remain dormant for up to 6 months. Always take proper precautions to avoid a flare up.
Permanent make up services can not be done on a fresh or healing sunburn. Wait until skin is fully healed to avoid additional irritation, scarring or lack of pigment retention.
Compulsive pulling of body hair or scabs on body
The following medications will prevent proper pigment retention and if you take any of these regularly, you should NOT get permanent makeup: