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Permanent Makeup

Permanent Eyebrow

Permanent Eyebrow

What is permanent makeup?

Permanent makeup also known as Micro-pigmentation, Specially formulated pigment is implanted into the upper dermal layer of the skin using individual disposable needles and a tattoo machine and a manual hand tool.

Permanent Makeup Emotion

Who Shouldn't Get Permanent Makeup?

  1. Individuals prone to keloid scars, super thin skin, rosacea, or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
  2. If you have heart conditions.
  3. If you have any bleeding disorders.
  4. If you are undergoing radiation or chemotherapy treatment (you should wait until  treatment finished and you must consult with your physician before going forward).
  5. If you have an autoimmune disorder such as Lupus or Diabetes (in some cases, diabetics may not heal well at all. You must consult with your physician before going forward).
  6. If you have Hepatitis C (in some cases, you may be in poor health and may not heal well. You must consult with your physician before going forward).
  7. Individuals with transmittable blood disease such as HIV or Hepatitis. as these conditions significantly impact the immune system and the healing process of individuals.
  8. If you’ve had Botox/filler in the brow area. we generally recommend clients wait four weeks after Botox/filler before getting done. If you have any skin condition near your eyebrows. eczema, shingles, rashes, or anything else near eyebrows.
  9. Individuals with very oily skin and large pores are not good candidates.
  10. Individuals under 18 years of age.
  11. Individuals who are pregnant or nursing.

Please make sure you are healthy enough to be tattooed before booking an appointment!

permanent makeup recovery procedure

permanent makeup recovery procedure

What should I expect after a permanent makeup recovery procedure?

Eye Brow Permanent Makeup

It is essential to understand that permanent makeup treatment involves breaking the skin. Therefore, your treatment will be for several days, an open wound and must be proper care.

Day 1-2: What you see eyebrows is about 20-60% darker, bolder, and more firm than what your healed result will present. There may be minimal swelling; however, as the eyebrow area typically does not retain much fluid, swelling will be limited. The top layers of skin will begin to shed about day 3-5, and you will see a loss of colour.

Day 3: Your eyebrows may begin to itch, and the pigment may appear somewhat raised. DON’T SCRATCH THEM! LET THEM PEEL OF NATURALAY.

Day 4-6: Your skin is now in rapidly exfoliating and, if left alone, will shed evenly. The colour under the coat will continue to appear light until the epidermis becomes more transparent.

Day 30-40: Your eyebrows have had a full cycle of cellular regeneration in which the tattoo has now become part of the dermis, seen under the epidermis. If you are not 100% happy, call and come in for your touch-up.

Eye Liner  Permanent Makeup

Eye Liner can vary from slightly puffy to swollen, heavy lids, light-sensitive and possibly bloodshot eyes. It’s advisable to sleep in an elevated position to help reduce swelling at night.

Day1: Eyes will be swollen and perhaps a bit ‘crusty’ upon waking. The swelling will reduce after being in an upright position and from blinking and increased circulation to the area. Avoid heavy lifting, physical exertion, and crying.

Day 2: Eyes will be less swollen, but will feel tight. The lash area will feel sore if touched.

Day 3-4: The top layer of skin will begin to flake off in little stitch looking lines, although some people do not notice the exfoliation. DO NOT PICK– you will pull the pigment out and end up with uneven colour. Blinking helps eliminate the small pieces of pigment and epidermis that has detached. It is crucial not to pick at it or rub the eyes.

Day7-9: All shedding should be complete. You are safe to put your face back in the shower spray. During this time, the tattoo may appear to have vanished, this is a normal part of the healing process, and the pigment will re-emerge.

Day10: Pigment, if it faded, should have returned. What you see now is very close to the healed result. If it is not as you like, please wait for the final four weeks and return for a touch-up procedure.