When should not choose permanent cosmetic tattoo spray

* If you are pregnant or breastfeeding

* If you have diabetes

* If you have epilepsy

* If you have a pacemaker or heart disease

* If you have had an organ transplant

* If you tend to have keloid scars or scars

* If you have seborrheic dermatitis

* If you have skin irritation or psoriasis near the treatment area (rash, sunburn, acne, etc.)

If you are sick (cold, flu, COVID-19, etc.). Please reschedule.

* If you have taken Botox in the past 4 weeks

* If you have used Accutane in the past 6 months

* If you have taken Doxycycline in the past 6 months

* If you are allergic to anesthetics (lidocaine/epinephrine)

* If you have cancer or are undergoing chemotherapy

* If you have an autoimmune disease

* If you are currently taking blood thinners.

* Avoid scheduling during your menstrual cycle as it may increase your pain and make the color fade.

* Do not wax or dye the skin 3 days before.


How to prepare for your date

* NO alcohol or caffeine 48 hours prior to the procedure.

* Avoid the sun and tan on your face two weeks before the procedure.

* Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Advil/Ibuprofen 48 hours before the procedure.

* Avoid taking Fish Oil, Prenatal Vitamins, Nutritional Ecstasy, “Hair, Skin, Nails” supplements one week before the procedure.

* Stop using Retin-A, Chemical and Laser Peels, Microdermabrasions, Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), and any prior chemical exfoliants or “lightening” skin care products at least 6 weeks in advance.

*Botox and fillers on the forehead, temples, and eye area should be avoided one month prior to the procedure.

* Do not exercise 24 hours before the procedure.

* Makeup on the day: Yes, you can wear makeup to your appointment with your brows.


During the first week after the procedure:

* Immediately after the procedure, you can apply a cold pack or ice to the treated area for 4 hours after the treatment to reduce swelling. It is very important to keep all moisture away from the treated area to accelerate healing time and maximize color vibrancy. For your comfort, remove the pack every five minutes and then reapply it for another five minutes. While applying the ice pack, it is best to stay upright in a sitting position. Ice is not required, but is recommended for your comfort (usually only ice the lips or eyelid area if swelling is severe)

* After performing PMU we strongly recommend using a new, clean pillowcase. Any colorants left over from this procedure can stain your pillowcase for at least a week after your appointment.

* Gently clean the treated areas every morning and evening with clean and warm water and your clean fingertips. Pat these areas dry, avoiding rubbing directly or near the area being treated. Avoid sunlight and do not scratch or rub the area as this may cause scarring or remove pigmented PMU. perform.

* Your lips may be swollen and very dry after the treatment. We will provide a cotton pad for you to gently blot on your lips once an hour after the procedure.

* Toothpaste can adversely affect your new lip color. Do not use toothpaste on your lips for 72 hours.

* Do not use any soaps, exfoliants or chemicals on the pigmented area(s). You run the risk of peeling or scrubbing away some of the stain before your skin has a chance to fully heal. After 48 hours, if the treatment area is too dry, apply A&D Ointment or Vaseline very thinly two to three times daily (the less the better!). If redness occurs, discontinue the ointment and contact us.

* We strongly recommend that you do not apply makeup to the treatment area for at least 1 week and do not wear lipstick for 1 month including lip balm.

You can continue to apply lipstick, lip gloss, and moisturizer after your lips have completely healed. If the product stings or burns the lips, refrain from using the product for another week.

* Do not immerse the treated area(s) in a bath, hot tub, pool, or steam room. Avoid the sun or tanning beds and do not scratch or rub the area.

You can apply a light moisturizer to your brows after the first week, if it doesn’t contain any Retin A, Glycolic Acid or Alpha-Hydroxy Acid.

*Always keep products containing Retin A, Glycolic Acid, or Alpha-Hydroxy Acids half an inch away from your brows as these can damage your long-term makeup.

* Avoid mascara for at least a week after the permanent eyeliner procedure. Do not use any “Waterproof” mascara for 30 days.

* Do not use “salt water” solution for the contacts. The salt product will lighten the color of the treated area.

* Avoid exposing the treatment area to the sun or tanning beds. Sunscreen should be applied to the treatment area after the skin has healed to protect permanent makeup from hyperpigmentation.

*Expect final results in 30 days.

Permanent lipstick color does not replace real lipstick. Lip gloss will enrich the color of the pigment that has been implanted.

Eyebrow color, eyelids can be powdered or penciled if you want to be darker or after being covered with a layer of makeup.

What will happen after cosmetic tattoo spray?

*Good to know: The treated area(s) will appear very tight and uncomfortable immediately after the procedure. Immediately after the session, the pigment deposition will appear very sharp and dark, it may darken for up to 30 days after the procedure. Remember that as the skin heals and areas of pigmentation are established, the colors will soften and blend.

* You may see some excess pigment in the cotton swab used during the cleaning process. You may also think of this as fading; It’s not. This is a superficial color that does not stay on the skin.

* Itching and peeling may appear in the first 7-10 days after you have semi-permanent eyebrows. This is a normal part of the healing process.

Steps to take before bathing

* Before bathing, apply a layer of lotion after to protect your treatment area from moisture.

* While taking a shower, be careful not to cover your face with water from the shower.

* As stated earlier, avoid hot water temperatures or steam.

Use sunscreen

*Starting 14 days after semi-permanent brows, good skin health depends on the use of a sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 30. In particular, using sunscreen daily helps protect your beautiful new eyebrows from the fading effects of the sun’s UV rays. Exempt diagnosed conditions may be required to carry a doctor’s note stating their approval.

*We recommend booking appointments at least 1-2 months in advance for vacations, weddings and special occasions. This allows sufficient time to recover from the treatment area and time to receive communications. Some new clients may require multiple appointments to achieve their desired results.