Permanent Makeup Information
Please sure to make sure your read this section thoroughly before booking an appointment.
Please read the following list carefully. Permanent Cosmetic tattoo is not recommended to clients who have or are:
- Pregnant or Nursing.
- Allergies to Lidocaine (or any of the "Caine" family topical anesthetics)
- Prone to Keloid or skin irritation near the area or on the site of the area. ( Please reschedule and notify us ASAP if you have acne, sunburn, rash. )
- Viral infections or diseases.
- Epilepsy, sick with cold or flu.
- Had botox in the past 2 months. Please have clearance from your doctor, we recommend to do microblading/brow tattoo first.
- Used Accutane in the past year.
- If you are diabetic or on chemotherapy, please consult with your doctor first and have a note ready to present.
- Those who are under 18 years and under.
Does It Hurt?
- Most clients answered minimal discomfort to none! We use a topical numbing cream with 5% lidocaine throughout the whole procedure
TIP: if you are on your menstrual cycle or close to having it you will be more sensitive. You may take Tylenol ONLY (no motrin/aspirin/aleve/ibuprofen as this will cause you to bleed more than usual)
What Pigments Are Used?
Glycerine based pigments ( water based )
What Is The Before Care?
- Do not work out the day of the procedure.
- Do not Tan or have sunburned face.
- Do not take aspirin, fish oil, Vitamin E, or ibuprofen 24 hours before the procedure.
- No Alcohol or caffeine 1 days before the procedure.
- No Facials/Peels/Botox/Chemical treatments for 2 weeks prior to your appointment.
- No waxing, plucking, tinting, 3 days before the procedure.
- Please note that you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.
What Is The After Care?
- 7-10 day healing period: NO HEAVY SWEATING, NO WATER ACTIVITIES, OR MAKEUP on the treated area. Avoid sleeping on your face.
- 2-3 hours after procedure, dab the treated area clean gauze or paper towel/tissue. Make sure there is no excess water/fluids so it is not saturated when cleaning ointment or lymph fluids.
- Avoid direct sun exposure 3-4 weeks after procedure.
- NO facials, botox, chemical treatments, for 4 weeks after your procedure.
- 24-48 hours after your procedure you may wash your treated area and follow the protocols given to you by your artist.
- NO picking/peeling scabs or touching with unclean hands/fingers.
How Do I Make An Appointment?
Click on the tab ”Book Appointment” Above
All bookings require a non-refundable booking fee of $100 to secure your appointment.
Why can’t we get permanent makeup when we are pregnant/breast feeding?
All Cosmetic Tattoo/Micropigmentation procedures carry some risk of infection because the skin is being broken. While all measures are taken to prevent any infection during the procedure is a very slight possibility you can get an infection if not cared for correctly after the procedure (for example if the client wears makeup or touches the healing work done). If this happens, then the baby could pick up a secondary infection.
- During pregnancy, facial tissue can be stretched due to swelling and fluid retention. This means that makeup tattoos applied during pregnancy have the potential to change in shape once the baby has been born or no longer suit.
- Facial skin may be more susceptible to pigment darkening (especially for those who get Melasma, commonly known as the “mask of pregnancy”) and so the trauma to the skin during the procedure may result in hyper-pigmentation in that area. So basically your skin would get pigmented and darker in some areas
- On the other had in some women find their skin may also be resistant to accepting the tattoo pigment due to the increase in hormonal changes and fluctuations
- There is also a slight possibility that some ladies can faint while being pregnant and this would not be ideal while tattooing.
- Most cosmetic tattooists will use some form of anesthetic and numbing cream prior and during procedures. These will absorb into the skin and may enter into the blood stream.
- There is not enough known about the tattoo pigments on the growing baby to ensure safety
It’s always best to be cautious while being pregnant and or breastfeeding and just wait those extra few months. A good Cosmetic Tattoo Artist will want the best for you and your baby
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