WE HAVE NO REFUND POLICY & WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO ANYONE
It is important that you thoroughly read the Before and After care information, to ensure that you are a good candidate for permanent Makeup. The success of your procedure depends on how precisely you follow the directions as well as your skin type.
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR PERMANENT MAKEUP
Permanent makeup is not advisable
Before the procedure
*****alert**** Exact color cannot be determined and may need to be adjusted. All skin is different and more touchups may be needed. Color needs to be checked every year.
No refunds on permanent makeup.
Micro Pigment Implantation, otherwise known as Permanent Cosmetics is a two or more step process. The results cannot be determined until after the touch up applications. We perform this service to the best of our ability, and to achieve the desired results, your cooperation is required in the following instructions.
Patience is a MUST.
If you have an important event to attend we recommend getting the procedure done at least a month before, or after the event.
If necessary, an appointment for a retouch can be scheduled within 12 weeks after the initial procedure at a discounted price. After 12 weeks of the initial procedure will be considered as new service and a full price will be charged.
You may experience the following for several days after the procedure.
Swelling: Your skin’s reaction will depend on how sensitive your skin is and on your health condition. A good indication of how your skin will react to permanent makeup is to compare it with what your skin normally looks like after you receive a shot, a bug bite, a hit or cut, or have a skin irritation. Water retention or salt intake on the day of or the day before the procedure also may affect how much swelling you have.
If your eyes are red from the eyeliner procedure you can use emergency eyewash that can be purchased at any drug store.
Either thinly sliced cucumbers or an ice bad placed on the eyed on the second day for a few minutes in the morning along with sleeping somewhat propped up on your back will make a difference if you know that you have a tendency to swell.
Rubbing your eyes may cause damage
IF EYES BECOME INFECTED, call your physician
and obtain prescription for eye drops.
Use only Artificial Tears product to moisten and cleanse eye area.
NOTE: Inform your doctor if you plan on having laser so that he can cover the tattooed area. Also collagen and permanent makeup do not mix! If you want collagen, get collagen first and permanent makeup after. You may have to get more touchups with collagen because of the lip distortion after collagen.
AFTERCARE TREATMENT INSTRUCTIONS
What you should do
To reduce swelling and help healing: Use Bacitracin as an aftercare antibiotic every 20-30 minutes. It provides pain relief, moisturizes, and helps retain color of the pigmented area on eyebrows, eyeliner and lips. Apply a clean ice pad to the area for no more than 15 minutes at a time, and repeat as needed. (Put sterilized Bacitracin on the area and place gauze between the area and ice, be careful not to get skin ice burn)
To prevent fading or loss of color: Stay away from excessive steam and heat (e.g., steam baths, facials) and heat (e.g., sun, hot liquids).
To prevent infection: Use Bacitracin. If discharge emits from the area, wipe it off with sterilized cotton, clean and dry it, and then reapply Antibiotic.
Gentle Rinse eyes with eye wash daily for 5 days.
To prevent infection: After each meal, rinse your lips with cool water and dry the area. Apply sterilized bacitracin Ointment or Carmex with a clean, sterilized cotton-tipped applicator in the morning and at night to the pigmented area.
To prevent fever blisters: Use Carmex to prevent fever blisters. Apply on lips every 30 to 60 minutes. Or, use L-Lysine Tablets (a non-prescription vitamin).
To treat fever blisters: Use Carmex on lips every 30 to 60 minutes. Use Laciness Tablets or Granules (nonprescription, kept in pharmacy refrigerator) to decrease the blister’s effects and promote faster healing.
What you should NOT do
Healing: It is normal for approximately 25%-50% of the pigment to slough off during the first 10-20 days of the healing process. Although the area will appear to be healed, it will not be fully healed for 4-6 weeks. Continue to use aftercare products until you are completely healed
Excessive Swelling: Although rare, excessive swelling or an allergic reaction may occur. If excessive swelling occurs, you should consult your doctor. If an allergic reaction causes difficulty in breathing and/or swallowing, call 911 or go to the emergency room immediately! **Do not discard these Aftercare Treatment Instructions until after the area has completely healed.*
Eyebrow Microblading: $299
Retouch Fee: $100
Retouch Fee: $100
Full Lips: $450
Retouch Fee: $150