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Preparing Your Brows

Before you have your brows done, you will want to avoid anything that causes the blood to thin. Ibuprofen, aspirin or caffeine are the most common everyday blood thinners, so you’ll want to make sure you do not consume those 24 hours before your session. Take a shower and wash your hair before you come in. You should not shower for the first 24 hours after your procedure to prevent any loss of pigment or complications in the healing process. Remove ALL of your makeup. Before your procedure, you will want a clean and fresh face so your artist can see the natural shape and color of your brows and skin. Clean up your brows as much as possible. Whether you thread, wax, or pluck remove as many stray hairs as you can.


Must read before booking
  • Old permanent makeup in eyebrows area, Only if the old permanent makeup is faded.

  • Pregnancy;

  • Nursing;

  • Allergies (nickel, anesthetics, iron oxide);

  • Retain A within last 2 weeks;

  • Diabetes;

  • Epilepsy;

  • HIV;

  • Hepatitis;

  • Cancer in the past 6 months;

  • Chemotherapy or radiotherapy

  • Local infection

  • Infections bacterial, fungal or viral

  • Chemical or laser peel within  6 weeks;

  • AHA preparations in the past 2 weeks;

  • All types injections (1 month before and after treatment);

  • Keloid scars;

  • Healing problems;

  • Minor skin conditions in brow area;

  • Serious heart disorders,

  • Blood infections

  • Autoimmune disease;

  • Using Accutane or other retinoids past 6 months;

  • Sunburn;

  • The area is already damaged or the irritations are visible.