Exciting! You now have beautiful brows. Please follow the instructions below for proper healing.
Post treatment care contributes to 70 per cent of the treatments success. Following careful instructions will give you the best possible results for your skin type and promote good healing.
Allow 10 to 14 days for the initial skin heal and 4 to 6 weeks to see the final results. Your skin may look dark and patchy during the healing process, this is normal and expected. If strokes/shading disappears, don't worry, this is normal and will be gone over again in in the second session.
More pigment may resurface 4-6 weeks after each appointment. During the 1st week of healing, your permanent makeup will appear bold, the colour will lighten substantially (between .
Starting directly after your appointment until bedtime: Wipe each brow back and forth
eight times (with pressure) every
30 MINS 60 MINS
NOTE: Use clean cotton pads & water if you run out of the provided wipes
Using clean cotton pads & water, wipe brows 3 times: Morning, noon & night
Leave brows alone for 7 to 10 days until fully healed. Allow them to dry up. During the healing period do not apply makeup, creams or water to the brow area.
If recommended for technician, you can start to apply a VERY thin layer of Aquaphor or aftercare-balm each morning until flaking stops. The aftercare balm should last 2-3 appointments
THINGS TO AVOID
> First 14 Days <
Avoid steam, water, sun, sauna and solarium
No facial altering procedures are to be done in this time (eg. Botox/fillers, PDO threads, microneedling, etc.)
Do not pick, scratch or peel the healing area
Do not apply any make-up or products on permanent makeup
Avoid sleeping on the face
Avoid direct sun exposure
Avoid working out to prevent sweating
Avoid water on permanent makeup for at least 7 days or until healed (except for manual microshading)
Avoid facial massage, facial steaming, and sauna
> IMPORTANT PERMANENT MAKEUP CARE <
Avoid sunbathing, solarium, light therapies, chemical peelings, fruit acids, microdermabrasion, and creams that contain regeneration factors (eg. anti-aging cream).
Always avoid laser treatments (eg. Fraxel Laser, IPL, Pixel, etc.) over the treated area, as this can destroy the pigment and cause burns.
Use of creams, antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to faster pigment fading.
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