Not only does post procedural after care play a vital role in your new brows, but the preparation is really what sets the tone! Please review our pre-care and after care instructions to give yourself a clear idea on what to expect for your experience.
Please bring your government issued ID. No ID, no service.
• No talking on your cell phones or watches.
• DO NOT BRING: Kids, Guests or Food to your appointment due to risk of cross contamination - your appointment will be cancelled.
• Do NOT drink alcohol (24) hours prior to the treatment.
• NO caffeine, nicotine, fish oil, or blood thinning medications 48 hours prior to your appointment (These will affect healed results).
• Do NOT shape or wax your brows before the procedure. This allows the artist to determine your natural brow growth.
• NO electrolysis for at least (5) days before the procedure.
• NO Botox, AHA products and retinoids (2) weeks prior to the procedure.
• NO exfoliating treatments such as: microdermabrasion (2) weeks prior to procedure.
• NO chemical and laser peels no less than (6) weeks prior to procedure.
• Patients prone to cold sores/fever blisters should take an anti-viral prior to treatment.
• Hormone therapies can affect pigmentation and/or cause sensitivity.
FOR THE NEXT 7-14 DAYS:
•AVOID sweat, saunas, steam rooms, etc.
•DO NOT touch the healing pigmented area with your fingers, they have bacteria on them and can lead to infection.
•DO NOT rub or traumatize the procedure area while it is healing (pigment may be removed along with crusting tissue).
•DO NOT use products that contain AHA’s on the procedure area. (EX: Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid) Always check product labeling.
•NO makeup on or around the area until it is completely healed.
•Use “total sun block” after the area (14 days) has healed to prevent future fading of pigment.
You have just had your powder brows treatment, so your brows will probably be red and swollen. They might look like a block of color and you may think the pigment is too dark.
The color will fade a little bit, but it is still far from the final look. Your eyebrows have just started to heal.
The annoying scabbing stage starts. Some people’s powder brows will scab more than others’, which is normal because everybody heals differently. Some itchiness is also normal but you are not allowed to scratch your brows. You might ruin the results of the treatment.
Let the scabs fall off on their own.
The scabbing stage is done and your eyebrows might look patchy and too light. They look too light because your skin forms new layers over the pigment, which are lighter than the rest of your skin.
The color will come back and the touch-up will fix the potential patches.
The hardest part of the powder brows healing process is behind you. Now you can be more relaxed even though your eyebrows haven’t taken their final shape yet.
The first touch-up is mandatory. Its purpose is to fix all the imperfections and change what you are unsatisfied with.