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Aftercare

Each individual will heal differently and healing time will vary. The day-by-day description is a

general reference guide on what to expect throughout the healing process

and may not line up with your healing times. Any touch-ups will have to wait until after 4 weeks.

 

Keep the areas clean at all times and NO makeup until healing has finished

EYEBROWS

Appearance

After the procedure, the brows will appear darker and thicker than expected. The top layer of your skin will go through a natural healing process of scabbing and peeling. When this starts, DO NOT pick, peel, scratch, rub, or pull on the scabs. Once healing is complete the color will soften and settle into the appropriate shade. In total, it should take about two (2) weeks for your new eyebrow tattoos to shed completely and appear natural.

Days 1 & 2

  • When you get home clean the brows with a cotton pad and some water in a patting motion.

  • Apply a thin layer Tattoo healing ointment 2x a day.

  • Gentle cleanser may be used (avoid alcohol based, anti-aging acids or acne acids).

  • You may put a cold pack to reduce swelling - 10 mins for every couple of hours. Swelling should subside within 24 hrs

  • Avoid strenuous activity.

  • Do not wet the brows, clean around it, pat dry.

 

Days 3 - 5

  • Eyebrows should start its peeling process.

        **For oily skin, you will not use this and dry heal for the remainder of the process

  • DO NOT scrub, rub, wipe, scratch or pick at the area. This will increase the risk of scarring.

  • Do not get the brows wet - pat dry with cotton pad.

Days 6 - 10

  • Brows will be itchy, try not to touch.

  • Brows may be wet but do not expose the area to full pressure of shower. Pat dry after shower.

  • When the last scab falls off, your healing process is finished.

    • You may put makeup over the brows after

2 weeks post op

  • Use sunblock to protect the brows from fading.

  • Avoid swimming in fresh, salt or chlorinated water.

  • Do not expose tattoo in contact with animals, gardening activities, germs or dirt.

Lip Blush 

1 Month Preparation

 

No Botox and fillers in lip area

No chemical Peels

No laser Facials

No Fraxel, Co2, and IPL laser treatments

Avoid tanning ( sun and tanning beds)

Avoid alcohol and caffeine 24 hours prior to appointment

Do not work out the day of the procedure

Do not tan or have sunburned face

Do not take any medications that can cause blood thinning such as Aspirin, Vitamin E, Fish oil, or Ibuprofen 24 hrs before the procedure

 

 

LIP BLUSH  AFTERCARE

 

Day of Only:

 

Before bed, wash lips with sterile water (boiled water cooled down to likewarm to room temperature), pat dry, and apply healing ointment.

 

Day 2-7

 

Apply healing ointment every morning and night until lips heal 1-2 weeks

Do not allow lips to become dry!

No lip makeup for 1 week

No scratching, picking, licking of dry or flaking skin

No spicy, greasy, salty, or oily foods for 48 hrs

No kissing, smoking, rubbing, causing irritation

No extreme sweating for 5 days

No swimming pools, hot tubs, or other bodies of water for 7 days

No UV exposure (sun, tanning beds) for 10 days

Try to drink out of straw

 

LONG TERM AFTERCARE

 

If client wishes to do botox or lip fillers, they must wait 4 weeks post-procedure

If client is undergoing MRI or laser treatments, they must inform the technician of cosmetic tattoo procedures. Laser procedures may darken/lighten or distort pigment of lip color 

No exfoliants, retinol acids, glycolic acids, and alpha hydroxyl acids on the area for a minimum of 30 days as it may cause premature fading.  Always wear SPF. Sun exposure also causes premature fading.

Safety precautions to keep in mind for all procedures considered:

*Swelling, redness, skin sensitivity and some minor bruising are normal side effects to the procedures but should subside in a day or two. How easily a person swells and bruises depends on factors such as their age, skin type, and circulation.

*If you suspect a problem is developing, the first thing to do is switch the the type of ointment you are using. The ointment is often causing the problem.

*Notify your permanent makeup artist or physician at first sign of allergic reaction or infection. An occasional slight healing itch is normal. Constant intense itching, abnormal thick yellow discharge, yellow crust, hot burning pain, lumps, bumps, and blisters are not normal. 

*Following the recommended aftercare is important to heal safely and maximize color retention. A yearly maintenance is recommended to keep the color looking fresh.