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In order for us to determine if you are a good candidate for pmu on lips or brows, we will need some information. Some contraindications may require an Addendum to the consent, if your artist proceeds with the procedure.
*Pregnant, nursing, harvesting eggs or trying to get pregnant
Must wait 6 months after delivery &/or 6 months after nursing
*Any scars or experienced any head trauma in the brow area(Addendum required if proceeding)
*Heart Conditions/Pace Maker/Defibrillator (No exceptions)
*Certain medications may prohibit you from having the procedure done.
*Surgical Forehead/Brow lift
(Scar tissue will prevent proper healing)
(Hair loss due to auto immune disease/lack of follicles)
(Hair strokes will appear more blurred or blended)
Powder Brows Recommended
*Trichotillomania(Compulsive pulling of body hair)
(Due to constant pulling, scar tissue is prominent and pigment will not heal properly)
*Shingles-Have you EVER had shingles on your face?
(No exceptions...PMU will not be performed as the procedure could cause a flare up)
* Eczema, Psoriasis or Dermatitis
(Constant flaking/itching/irritation/shedding of skin)
*Oily or severely oily skin (Addendum required if proceeding)
(The hair strokes will appear more blended, solid or not retain at all)
*Large pores on your forehead & in the brow area
(Pigment will blur/blend in large pores looking powdered)
*Menopause/Body Runs Hot (Considered-Addendum required if proceeding.
If you have hot flashes during the procedure, the pigment will not retain and your artist may have to stop.
(You will be required to sign and addendum prior to procedure)
*Platelet Disorders-Aggregation Disorders
An aggregation disorder is when platelets do not bind with fibrinogen and other proteins in order to stick to other platelets. As a result the platelets cannot form a plug to stop the bleeding from a damaged blood vessel.
*Moles/raised areas in or around the brow area
(Pigment will not be put into anything raised.)
*Piercing in the brow area
(Scars can cause the pigment to migrate or lay unevenly)
*Deep wrinkles in the brow area
(The Hair Strokes will not lay properly in the creases, giving the brow an uneven look) Powder brows recommended.
*Hair transplant for your eyebrows (No exceptions)
(Pigment will not take in the scar tissue where the plugs were placed)
*Thyroid condition and taking medication for this condition(Addendum required if proceeding)
(Hypo, Hyper Thyroid, Graves Disease, Hashimoto's)
*Rosacea (In the brow area) (severe reddening of the face)
*Fitzpatrick Skin types 1 & 2 (red heads/white skin/light eyes, Strawberry blondes and some blondes)
Due to hypersensitivity the skin does not take or heal the pigment well.
*On Accutane (acne medicine)or any other prescribed acne medicines within the last year
(Dr's note required with date of last use)
*Auto Immune Disorder of any kind (MS, RA, Lupus or the like)
(Due to the medicines to treat these diseases, pigment will not retain)
(Addendum required if proceeding)
*List medicines currently taking including all vitamins.
(NO FISH OIL 3 WEEKS PRIOR)
*MRSA (can be very contagious)
*NO TAN (No exceptions) 30 Days Prior & NO Sun 30 Days After
*Extremely Thin skin
*Your artist will not be able to do hair strokes for clients desiring thin eyebrows.
Hair strokes will not heal visible due to thickness of the brow. They will appear more powdered or solid.
*Frequent Exercise (3-7 days per week) (Addendum Required)
(Due to the frequent production of sweat(salt), the pigment WILL NOT retain, fade very quickly, appear blurred or change in color)
THIS WILL HAPPEN!
PERMANENT MAKEUP & SKIN-NEEDLING WILL NOT BE PERFORMED IF YOU ARE PREGNANT, NURSING or TRYING!!!!
If you are late for your appointment you will be rescheduled. (No exceptions) So please plan accordingly if you are traveling
from out of town.
Our scheduling is very structured and we cannot run behind.
Arrive 15 min. early to fill out paperwork.
IF YOU ARRIVE LATE, YOU WILL BE RESCHEDULED.
Thank you for your understanding.
Do not work out the day of the procedure as the body heat expands the pores. It is recommended not to sweat for the first 14 days following the procedure. Sweat is salt and WILL fade, blur or cause the pigment not to take at all. (We use salt to remove permanent makeup)
(WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CLIENTS EXPENSES IF AN UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, ILLNESS, WEATHER, SKIN CONDITIONS OR THE LIKE ARISES)
(For example: Blemishes in or around the area)
If you are required to be on antibiotics prior to any type of procedure, a Dr's clearance letter MAY be required. If you show up to the appt. w/o this clearance, your appointment will be canceled and rescheduled to another available day. You will forfeit your deposit and be required to place a new deposit for the new appointment.
Y0U CANNOT HAVE A TAN (AT ALL) ON YOUR FACE AT TIME OF APPOINTMENT OR YOU WILL BE RESCHEDULED.
HAT AND GLASSES ARE NOT SUFFICIENT.
PIGMENTS WILL HEAL DARKER IN TAN SKIN. TAN SKIN BLEEDS THEREFORE PIGMENT WILL NOT TAKE AND WILL LOOK BLURRED. EVEN AFTER THEY ARE HEALED, SUN EXPOSURE WILL CAUSE THE TATTOO TO DARKEN AS YOUR SKIN DARKENS AND THIS CANNOT BE LIGHTENED EVER. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO KEEP OUT OF THE SUN.*
DO NOT TWEEZE, WAX OR THREAD FOR 7 DAYS PRIOR. YOU MAY RESUME AFTER 2 WEEKS.
IF YOU SHOW UP TO YOUR APPOINTMENT AND ARE CANCELED DUE TO BEING TOO TAN(to your artist standard), YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY THE FEE FOR THAT DAY AND ANOTHER BOOKING FEE FOR THE NEW APPOINTMENT. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO STAY OUT OF THE SUN 30 DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR APPOINTMENT
AND 30 DAYS AFTER.Plan Accordingly NO EXCEPTIONS
*CANNOT BE Pregnant, Nursing, Harvesting eggs or Trying to get pregnant!
Must wait 6 months after delivery &/OR 6 months after nursing before you can have the procedure done.
You might not qualify for permanent makeup if you have:
*Heart Conditions/Pace Maker/Defibrillator (No exceptions)
*Diabetic (unless you have note from the doctor)
*Undergoing Cancer Treatment - (unless you have note from the
*If you "keloid" scar, you need to ask your doctor (raised scarring)
*IF YOU ARE ON THESE MEDICATIONS:
Triflusal (Disgren), Clopidogrel (Plavix), Prasugrel (Effient), Ticagrelor
(Brilinta), Ticlopidine (Ticlid), Cilostazol (Pletal), Savaysa (edoxaban),
Dipyridamole (Persantine), Vorapaxar (Zontivity), Coumadin,
Pradaxia (dibigatran), Xarelto (rivaraxaban), Eliquis (apixaban)
Botox should be performed 2 weeks before or 2 weeks after the procedure.
No chemical peels or lasers 30 days prior and must wait 30 days after
(avoiding the forehead is recommended).
IF YOU DO FREQUENT PEELS AND LASERS THE BROWS WILL FADE QUICKER DUE TO THE CHEMICALS TRAVELING UNDER THE SKIN. THIS WILL HAPPEN.
Retinols/Retin-A's, other anti-aging creams or serums containing acids WILL fade your permanent makeup prematurely EVEN AFTER IT IS HEALED.
You must be OFF all Retinols/Retina-A 15 days prior to appt. and for at least 30 days or more after the appt. The area will bleed and pigment will not heal properly if this is not followed. If you resume the retinols, after the 30+ days after your procedure, your brows WILL fade quickly due to the chemicals in the creams. They WILL blur and fade faster.
Your appt. will not be moved any sooner.
If you bleach your eyebrows, it is recommended not to have this procedure done. The chemicals WILL bleach the hair & the pigment as well.
If you are knowingly under the influence of drugs or any mood altering drugs/medications
(ie: Prozac, Xanex, Valium or there-like)
YOU WILL BE CANCELED AND RESCHEDULED!
NO BROW GROWTH SERUMS ON BROWS AT ALL
30 DAYS PRIOR AND IT NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON THE BROWS AT ALL AFTERWARDS.
If there are any blemishes, pimples, active cold sores, irritation of the skin of any kind, moles, bruises or other skin imperfections IN or AROUND the area of the procedure, your artist WILL NOT be able to do the procedure until the blemish or areas of concern are completely healed or the mole is removed and healed. If you run your finger through your brows and there is a bump, there cannot be any blemishes within a fingers width of the brow. As we wipe pigment, it can get into the irritated area and stain the skin. There is no way to avoid that.
(You can always email a photo the day before your procedure if you would like us to view the area of concern.)
If you show up to the appointment and there is an area of concern, you will be rescheduled to the next available appointment (typically months out) and
forfeit your deposit for the appointment time lost. A new deposit will be required to reschedule.
You ARE NOT a good candidate for the hair strokes if you have LARGE pores or Oily/Severely Oily Skin, your results WILL appear to fade faster or not retain pigment in some areas.
EXERCISE (ADDENDUM REQUIRED)
If you work out regularly (4-7 days a week), your eyebrows WILL fade very fast due to the production of salt/sweat. Salt is used to remove permanent makeup. Appointments will not be moved earlier if you have premature fading due to lifestyle. They WILL appear more powdered or blurred under the skin as well. If you are not ok with this, then you should not have the procedure done. Your artist reserves the right to refuse future services if she feels the results wont be to the clients satisfaction.
YOU CANNOT HAVE A TAN 30 DAYS BEFORE & ABSOLUTELY NO SUN 30 DAYS AFTER (This means you cannot go out in sun with a hat and glasses on) this means no SUN or HEAT FOR 30 AFTER at all. If you resume tanning, the results will fade quickly, heal darker, fade super fast or not retain at all. Your artist will not see you any sooner than your routine scheduled appt. If you ruin the results by going out in the sun too soon, we may not be able to work on you in the future.
There is NO GUARANTEE'S made as to the final outcome. Your skin, lifestyle and after care play a huge roll in YOUR results. EVERYONE heals differently. Not everyone is a candidate for the Hair Stroke procedure. There may be other contraindications not listed and your appt. may be canceled. This is left up to your artist discretion and she will be totally honest with you.
Some residual swelling is normal for ALL procedures. Most swelling occurs on day 1-3. A needle was placed in your skin, there WILL be swelling, how much is individualized. Some clients may have minimal swelling, some may more.
The area may appear uneven, dry, itchy, tender, red & irritated, flake or scab unevenly. The areas may appear very light under the areas of peeling or flaking. They pigment will oxidize and become a little darker as the healing continues over the 30 days. This is all 100% normal. DO NOT PICK. If you pick, you can cause scarring. The results vary person to person and some clients may heal quicker than others or could take longer. You need to be patient and let the procedure have adequate healing over the course of 30+ days.
Color WILL fade/soften anywhere from 10%-50% or more. At the touch up we will fine tune any area that has faded too much. Even then, there is no guarantee that the pigment will heal better. Healing is specific to each client.
It is important to realize that you will need a color boost every 2+ yrs to maintain it's fresh natural appearance. Fading WILL happen after each procedure. We do not have control over your bodies healing process or skin. You may need still to powder and/or pencil even after the healed results. This is an enhancement to your natural brows....not a permanent one. At some point you will no longer be able to have your brows done. Each time a procedure is performed, scar tissue is made, causing retention to be less and less each time it is done. This is universal in all permanent makeup procedures. This is a fact. Due to the build up of scar tissue, touch ups will not be done any sooner than 2 yrs. after the 1st touch-up. NO EXCEPTIONS!
If you are out in the sun a lot, have oily skin, use anti-aging creams, retinA/retinol products, acidic cleansers, natural elements, regular chemical peels, or exercise frequently, your permanent makeup WILL fade prematurely. The better you take care of the treated area and follow the provided aftercare, the longer it will last.
Permanent Makeup is an art, NOT a science. Clients results will vary and using a pencil or powder will/may still be needed. We have no control over your bodies healing process and each time a procedure is done, the pigment will have less retention due to scar tissue.
As we age our skin changes. The permanent makeup WILL eventually look more powdered, this is universal with all permanent makeup procedures. At some point, we may no longer be able to perform services.
Remember, no two sides of the face are the same. Perfection is our goal, but, note that nothing is PERFECT. We do not use the "P" word when doing Permanent Makeup.
Sisters, NOT twins is used universally in this field Do not work out the day of the procedure as the body heat expands the pores. It is recommended not to sweat for the first 14 days following the procedure. Sweat is salt and WILL fade, blur or cause the pigment not to take at all. (We use salt to remove permanent makeup)
EYEBROW- Expect slight swelling, thickness, and/or redness, for 1 - 2 days following the procedure. You may use sterile ice pack wrapped in towel the first 24 hours and/or take tylenol for swelling.
• First Night: Blot brows with a few drops of sterile water and tissue paper or paper towel every 5 min until bed or until a clear fluid (lymph) isn't seen. Repeat in second day if needed.
• Apply thin layer of ointment with cue tip before bed.
• First Morning: wash with anti-bacterial soap with a patting type method and cold water. Pat dry. Apply thin layer of ointment with cue tip.
• Second Night: Starting only at night, wash with antibacterial soap and cold water. Pat dry. Apply thin layer of ointment with cue tip.
• In the mornings rinse with cold water only and apply ointment.
• Keep treated area dry from any other water other than washing at night for 7 to 10 days of until all dry skin has come off naturally.
• IF OILY OR COMBO SKIN, DO NOT USE AFTER CARE INK OINTMENT UNTIL DAY 2.
Avoid sleeping on your face during the 1st - 14 days after the procedure.
• Do not rub area vigorously when washing your face for at least 10 days.
• Do not try to remove the excess color with soap. This color will flake and fade to a beautiful natural color if left undisturbed.*
• DO NOT WAX TWEEZE OR THREAD AREA FOR 14 DAYS PRIOR.
• You may use suncreen and makeup following 10-14 days once flaking is gone. Avoid direct contact with sun until then.
Plan on scheduling your touch-up within the first 8-12 months.
LIPLINER /FULL LIP COLOR
•Wash with cold water, anti-bacterial soap and pat dry. Keep moist with
Aquaphor for the next 10 days, and then switch to chap stick or lipstick with an
SPF of 15 or greater, as the sun tends to fade lip color quickly.
•After the procedure, the lips will appear to have too much color. After 3 - 4 days,
the epidermis sloughs off . It will appear that you have lost all of your color;
however, when you lips have healed completely, the dermal layer will gradually become darker. Two applications may be required to achieve the desired results.
**PMU is a two part application. It is not uncommon to lose up to 40-60% of the color on the first application.Upon your 6 week touchup the color will stay more vivid.**
•Sun and tanning Beds, Chlorine Pools, Saunas, Jacuzzis
•Moisturizers, skin creams and makeup, ALL ALOE PRODUCTS
•Picking or touching
•Hot, Steamy, long showers. (shower with your back facing the spray to keep area as dry as possible.
ALL PERMANENT MAKEUP For 2 weeks avoid:
o DO NOT use any Retin A or Glycolic Acids. Retinols/Retin-A's, other anti-aging creams or serums containing acids WILL fade your permanent makeup prematurely EVEN AFTER IT IS HEALED. You must be OFF all Retinols/Retina-A 30 days prior to appt. and for at least
30 days or more after the appt. The area will bleed and pigment will not heal properly if this is not followed. If you resume the retinols, after the 30+ days after your procedure, your brows WILL fade quickly due to the chemicals in the creams. They WILL blur and fade faster.
o DO NOT use peroxide or Neosporin on ANY areas.
o DO NOT scrub or pick treated areas.
o DO NOT expose area to sun or tanning beds. PIGMENTS WILL HEAL DARKER IN TAN SKIN. TAN SKIN BLEEDS THEREFORE PIGMENT WILL NOT TAKE AND WILL LOOK BLURRED. EVEN AFTER THEY ARE HEALED, SUN EXPOSURE WILL CAUSE THE
TATTOO TO DARKEN AS YOUR SKIN DARKENS AND THIS CANNOT BE LIGHTENED EVER. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO KEEP OUT OF THE SUN.
o AVOID facials, swimming, and whirlpools, for at least 14 days.
o DO NOT dye or tweeze eyebrows one week before and after procedure.
o NO vigorous exercise or sweating for 24 hours.
o No chemical peels or lasers 30 days prior and must wait 30 days
after (avoiding the forehead is recommended). IF YOU DO FREQUENT PEELS AND LASERS THE BROWS WILL FADE QUICKER DUE TO THE CHEMICALS TRAVELING
UNDER THE SKIN. THIS WILL HAPPEN.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW POST-PROCEDURAL INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN LOSS OR DISCOLORATION OF PIGMENT. *THE KNOWN POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS FROM MICRO-PIGMENTATION ARE: REDNESS, SWELLING, PUFFINESS, BRUISING, DRY PATCHES, AND TENDERNESS. IT IS NORMAL TO LOSE APPROXIMATELY l/3 OF THE COLOR DURING THE HEAUNG PROCESS. AFTER INITIAL PROCEDURE, THE COLOR MAY APPEAR HEAVIER. IT WILL APPEAR SOFTER WHEN COMPLETELY HEALED.
Permanent makeup procedures are affected by the canvas (your skin) that they are performed on. If your skin is sun damaged (even from tanning beds), thick and uneven in texture, and/or excessively dry or oily, the result cannot be expected to be perfect after the initial procedure. Scars on the lips from fever blisters cause pigment removal.
Lifestyle, medications, smoking, metabolism, facial surgery, and age of skin, all contribute to fading. Touch ups are needed 30 days after your initial procedure to ensure the best results and to keep your permanent makeup looking the best.
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING YOUR APPTS. Confirmation calls are not guaranteed.
IF THE AFTER CARE IS NOT FOLLOWED PROPERLY, WE WILL KNOW AND IT WILL BE UP TO OUR DISCRETION IF WE WILL CONTINUE TO WORK ON YOU IN THE FUTURE. THE IS AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR FACE AND THE AFTER CARE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE PROCEDURE.