Faces and Lashes

Skin Care and Eyelash Extensions


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.


  • Eyelash extensions: for eyeliner procedure. AFTER permanent makeup, not before. Or remove them before your procedure.

Permanent makeup is not advisable

  • If you are Pregnant or nursing
  • If you are Sick with the Flue, Cold etc.
  • If you are a hemophiliac.
  • If you are undergoing Chemotherapy:  Doctor's clearance is necessary.
  • If you have Pinkeye:  As soon as their infection has cleared, and medication completed.
  • If you have Cancer
  • If you have Shingles (varicella) on your face, wait several months to get permanent makeup.  
  • If you have healing disorders, on blood thinners, uncontrolled high blood pressure or had mitral valve disorder.
  • If you have any Allergic reactions to topical anesthetics.
  • You may need to ask your doctor if have glaucoma (eyeliner procedure), pressure in your eyes due to high blood pressure (eyeliner procedure), are predisposed to infectious endocarditis.
  • If you had Eyelift or blepharoplasty:  Wait about 3 months. 
  • If you have or had Cold Sores must take virus meds prior to lip procedure at least a week before. Your doctor can prescribe Meds for you.
  • If you are using Latisse:  This medication may cause discoloration of the skin and may decrease the time between touchups.
  • If you had Lasik:    Wait about 3 months for eyeliner procedure.  All other permanent makeup procedures are ok.
  • Juvederm or other "fillers":  Get permanent makeup first or ask your juvederm tech for clearance.

Before the procedure

  • Do not take Aspirin, ibuprofen, niacin or vitamin E 24 hours before.
  • Do not go tanning in or outdoors or have a sunburned face.
  • Do no wax or tint 3 days before.
  • Do not work out the day of.
  • Do not drink alcohol or caffeine the day of.
  • Do keep in mind that if you are scheduled during your menstrual cycle you will be more sensitive.
  • AHA’s (lactic, glycolic, citric, retinoic and tartaric acids) or any OTC creams and lotions for tone correcting, anti-aging, exfoliating, fading can discolor your permanent makeup.
  • If excessive bleeding occurs, extra appointments may be necessary for desired outcome or procedure may not be effective.


*****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.

  • All areas Including Eyebrows, Eyeliner, Lips.
  • You will feel very tight and have a heavy feeling or a slight headache.
  • Eyebrows sticking together in the morning..
  • Light bruising near brow area
  • Swelling:  Moderate. An ice bag should be applied for the first few hours. Ten (10) minutes on and ten (10) minutes off.
  • Following the procedure, you may find the area slightly puffy for the first few mornings.
  • The tattooed area will be dark for the first several days and will fade.
  • The color will fade about 60 % from the first application.
  • While healing, the tattoo will look spotty.
  • Right after the service the area may be swollen and the shape may look uneven.
  • Do not be alarmed by fading after the first application. The final color cannot be judged until at least 3 weeks after the touchup applications are completed, (This is the reason follow-ups are required).
    Use sun screen and avoid harsh chemicals or Retin A, this may color to fade or discolor.
    If you experience an allergic reaction contact your doctor ASAP.
  • Please sleep upright for the first night.
  • You may stain your sheets of pillow covers.

  • For all services Avoid for 1 week:
  • Do not pick or scratch tattooed area at all.
  • Do not put anything at all on tattooed area except bacitracin. That includes lotions, tanning creams, makeup, Retin A.
  • Do not wear makeup on tattooed area until area has healed, including non-allergenic.
  • Do not rub skin when washing your face for at least 10 days
  • Do not use soaps, facial cleansers, water on pigmented area.
  • Stay out of chlorinated pools, sun beds. Hot, steamy, long showers. Jacuzzi or saunas, sun on pigmented areas.
  • Do not use terry towels on pigmented areas.
  • Shower with your back to the water to avoid water, shampoo and conditioner from getting into the pigmented areas.


  • Eyelashes sticking together in the morning
  • Light bruising near eyelid
  • Eyelid may be puffy or have a “roll” where the needle was used, similar to what you have after a good cry.

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.

  • Avoid:
  • Contact lenses the day of the procedure
  • Driving (for 8 hours following procedure)
  • Eye makeup for 5 days until flaking is finished (included non-allergenic)
  • Eyelash curlers for 2-3 days
  • Mascara for 5 days then begin with NEW mascara


  • EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: For the lips you may take Lysine and over the counter vitamin to prevent cold sores or fever blisters, If you ever have had cold sores EVEN ONE on the lip area call your doctor for a Valtrex, Zovirax, Famvir or any other medication for cold sores or fever blisters prescription ASAP, must take the antibiotic at least a week before the procedure, to prevent a break out.
  • Your lip will feel chapped, puffy or swollen, and have a burning sensation. It will be extremely tender and sensitive.
  • Keep the lips hydrated and moisturized, lips will tend to be very dry. Keep them moist with Carmex and or Bacitracin every 30 to 40 minutes.
  • The color will look brownish because of the color oxidation and mixing with blood.
  • It will go throughout a variety of colors on the healing process.
  • The lips will look crusty over the next week, then it will look like the color disappeared and then it will reappear.
  • After a week all flaking will be gone.
  • Lips will fade about 70% after the first three days into a natural shade.
  • Some peeling may occur. DO NOT PEEL OFF! Do not wipe your lips with a napkin while eating blot instead.
  • Drink through a straw.
  • Lips have a tendency to fade up to 70% after the first procedure.

  • Avoid:
  • Retin A on the lips.
  • Drinking without a straw.
  • Any topical product such as Chapstick, Blistex, Ambesol. USE ONLY Carmex and or Bacitracin.
  • Rubbing lips with wash cloth. Wash only around lips carefully.
  • Smoking immediately following the lip procedure. If smoking can be avoided, apply a heavy coating of Carmex and cover your lips with your hand while smoking.

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.


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.

  • For eyes:

Gentle Rinse eyes with eye wash daily for 5 days.

  • For lips:

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

  • Do not use any cosmetics on the procedure area.
  • Keep your fingers and hair away from the pigmented area. (Germs may be transmitted to the newly treated area and cause infection.)
  • Do not drink excessive amounts of water before bedtime, which may cause additional swelling.
  • Avoid eating salty foods.
  • Do not peel protective scab that forms on healing area or perform activities that will cause excessive sweating, which may cause scab to leave a scar.

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

Eyeliner: $299

Retouch Fee: $100

Full Lips: $450

Retouch Fee: $150