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These are medicines and herbs that may thin your blood, Please avoid at least 7-10 days before your procedure.
Some well known ones are aspirin, medicines, cold medicines and some herbs may cause excessive bleeding during the procedure. The following is a list of some of the medications that contain aspirin or that may thin your blood. Ibuprofen ( Motrin Advil, etc.) is also known to cause excessive bleeding in some cases.
This is not a complete list. Consult your Physician if there is any question about taking a specific medicine prior to your procedure.
Alcohol of any kind should also be avoided 48 hours before the procedure
ADVIL, EMPRIN COMPOUND, CHIA SEED, VITAMIN D
AGGRENOX, ENTERIC ASPIRIN, ALEVE, EXCEDRIN,
B3, TUMERIC, FISH OIL, OMEGAS (ALL),
ANACIN, FIORINA, ALCOHOL, SULFUR,
4-WAY COLD, ASCRIPTION, GARLIC, ASPIRIN,
GINGER, GINGO BILOBA, BUFFERIN, ARTHRITIS,
GLUCOSAMINE, CELEBREX, GOLDEN SEAL, CONDROITIN,
KAVA, DOANS PILLS, ECHINACEA, MIDOL,
ECOTRIN, EPHEDRA, NAPROSYN, NUPRIN,
PEPTO-BISMO, SAW PALMETTO, VALERIAN, VANQUISH
VITAMIN, IBUPROFEN, CINNAMON, FLAX SEED
ALCOHOL, GREEN TEA, COENZYME Q10, FEVERFEW,
LICORICE ROO, DONG QUAI, BORAGE SEED, CLOVE
Permanent Cosmetics, a semi-permanent procedure that corrects or reconstructs features such as eyes, eyebrows, lips, and scalp. It deposits pigment under the top layer of skin by using a special pen.
-Wake up perfect everyday-Saves time when getting ready
-Doesn't rub or fade away
-Will perfect any feature on face
-If you're allergic to over the counter
-Have symmetry and desired design all the time
No, we use a manual hand tool or a digital machine made specifically for permanent makeup. The machines uses precise needles that are placed to create smooth, precise lines.
It's just like a tattoo but before the procedure we apply anesthesia to make sure you are as comfortable as can be. There is some pain in the beginning but there's numbing applied then after that you shouldn't feel a thing.
Yes, but it's still a tattoo, the removal takes quite some time and can be expensive. Luckily we use Eliminink tattoo removal and Saline removal, which uses anesthetic with a scar inhibitor.
Depends on the specific procedure. Every person heals differently. Usually the first few days are the worst. Allow 10 days for it to fade and flake off. The color will then look as if it disappeared, then it will come back. The full process should be done in a month. After that you can schedule a touch-up if needed, then 18-24 months to maintain intensity.
The procedure including paperwork, designing, numbing, the procedure its self and the aftercare consultation.
Aftercare is gone over with your artist at the end of your appointment. A printed version is sent home with you as well, to make sure you won't forget any steps.
We're here for any customers during their healing time, we will answer any questions and assist you every step of the way.
Retin A makes the skin replenish itself making it thinner and bleed easily, rejecting the pigment. Stop taking Retin A prior to treatment, IF you've been using it for less than a year. If more than a year, then stop using it for 30 days. After procedure you can use it again. Retin A and anti-aging products will fade more causing frequent touchups.-Off Accutane for 1 year-Off Botox 3 weeks before and 3 weeks after-Off Chemical peels 60 days before and 60 days after
We customize pigments to be the perfect shade for your skin tone.
ALL PROCEDURES ARE NON- REFUNDABLE
Unless a note from your doctor declares you
completely unable to receive the permanent
Contact us 24 hours in advance of the initial
appointment to avoid losing your deposit and
having to re-schedule with a new deposit and new
No, there’s an 8% sales tax that’s included at checkout after your appointment.
Microblading is a form of permanent makeup process that is done by a specially trained PMU Artist. Pigment matching your natural eyebrow color is used to create small, hair-like strokes that flawlessly fill in those thinning or bare areas of the eyebrow. You’ll be left with full, defined eyebrows that require minimal effort and look extra fabulous.
Microshading is permanent pigment applied to the entire brow with the use of teeny tattoo needles, but with a twist in technique, giving a broader coverage and a “shadow effect” giving the brows a gradient appearance with small pin- point dots.
Microshading is also referred as ‘ Brow Powder” or “Powder Brows” . The ink is the same as with Microblading, but it’s done with more needled at a time and often with an electric PMU machine that looks like a mini tattoo gun that ensures that the ink is applied consistently and evenly throughout the brow.
Microshading is the next level Brow treatment for oily and sensitive skin, giving extreme ink retention when Microblading isn’t the best choice for oily skin as the ink can fade as quickly as four weeks, going away from the normal retention that is suppose to be of two years.
Microblading is done by a microblade hand tool that creates super fine lines natural -looking hair strokes of pigment throughout the entire brow. Microshading is the same basic idea, pigment applied to the entire brow but with the use of teeny tattoo needles created with a pmu machine, but with a twist in technique, giving a broader coverage and a “shadow effect” giving the brows a gradient appearance with small pin- point dots.
With so many styles, names and places offering these services in our days, make sure to do your research and check on the professional credentials, length of experience and before and after pictures of the work healed.
It is your face, and even though this is a semi permanent tattoo, no one would like to be walking around for 3 to 5 years with a botched tattoo on their face. Trust the best and the experienced professional only.
It is an application of lighter pigment from your skin tone in which is placed under the eyebrow creating illumination under the eyebrow and enhancing your over all glow and appearance.
You will work directly with your PMU artist to choose an eyebrow shape and color that best matches your face shape and personality. Your PMU Artist will have all of the knowledge and tools necessary to guide you to the perfect brow look. After deciding on shape and color, a topical numbing cream is applied and the tattoo process will begin. When finished, you will be able to see some early results, although swelling will prevent seeing the finished product.
Yes, you can draw them on and the exact design will be copied
With so many styles, names and places offering these services in our days, make sure to do your research and check on the professional credentials, length of experience and before and after pictures of the work healed.It is your face, and even though this is a semi permanent tattoo, no one would like to be walking around for 3 to 5 years with a botched tattoo on their face. Trust the best and the experienced professional only.
While microblading is usually just uncomfortable, pain is very subjective, and some patients may be more uncomfortable than others. An anesthetic gel is used at certain points during the process to minimize pain and discomfort.
Your skin will be red, sensitive, and swollen after the procedure. Do not pick or rub at the area as this will increase irritation and can promote infection. If scabs develop, do not pick them.
You should be able to return to your normal activities on the same day as your procedure. Your PMU artist will provide you with detailed aftercare instructions based on the procedure and your skin type. Follow those instructions carefully for the best results.
The brow color will fade 20% to 30% over the 3-6 weeks following the procedure, so a touch-up is recommended 4-8 weeks after the procedure. Annual touch-ups are recommended after that.
The microblading technique to enhance your brow color, shape and thickness has a gentler little sister called Microshading.
72 hours after procedure and only new mascara to avoid bacteria.
Natural pigments are implemented in the epidermal layer of the scalp to give the illusion of natural real hair follicles.
Every session takes about 2 and a half hours
We match the ink to any color hair you have.
It completely depends on your specific situation.
We recommend waiting at least a week in between sessions.
It takes about a week to fully heal
The look that we create for you is one that will be blended into the hair that you already have.
We recommend waiting 4-5 days before shaving and at least a week before shaving with a razor.
The concealer tattoo can last for years, but not forever.
There are actually 2 versions of the treatment which provide results of different lifespans – permanent concealer tattoo done with tattoo ink, and semi-permanent concealer which is done with pigmented serums.
Permanent concealer done with tattoo ink can last as long as a decade, while PMU concealer lasts 2-4 years on average, with occasional touch ups necessary for keeping the results fresh.
The treatment hasn’t really been standardized or harmonized globally, so techs use different color solutions which have different pigment concentrations.
The tips of the needles are extremely thin, and they go very shallow into the skin, so the treatment is generally considered painless. The clients feel the vibrations of the device more than the needling.
We won’t lie to you – if not done 100% correctly, the permanent concealer treatment can be risky.
The area treated is extremely delicate – the skin is very thin and there’s a huge number of tiny blood vessels, plus major tear ducts are located just under the inner corner of the eyes on the sides of the nose. If the needle goes too deep at any point or touches the tear ducts, there could be damage to the tissue or permanent scarring.
Improper technique could also cause cysts, and the close proximity of the eyes makes the risk of developing an infection significant.
Add an answer to this item.If the treatment is done right, there’s very little trauma to the skin. It will just need a few days to close up the tiny incisions. It should recover completely within 2 weeks.
There might be some redness in the treated area for 24-48 hours. If it gets worse over time or doesn’t subside, contact your tech – you might be developing an infection.
This depends on 2 factors: whether the treatment is done with inks of pigments, and how well your skin takes the color.
If the color is tattoo ink, a touch up probably won’t be necessary. The desired coverage can be achieved in a single session.
If the color is a pigmented serum, it needs to be built up gradually, over 2 or more sessions, booked 6-8 weeks apart. It’s not really possible to predict how many sessions will be necessary until the tech can see how they settled after your initial session. Some clients’ skin retains pigments well, others’ don’t.
But if it’s done with pigments that are less concentrated, at least 2 sessions will be necessary to get 70-80% coverage.
Any additional sessions are done 2-4 weeks apart, and the process is exactly the same as the initial session.
Unless a note from your doctor declares you completely unable to receive the procedure.