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 After Care

  Microblading post-care and Semi-permanent makeup post-care are very important to the appearance and longevity of your new eyebrows. Please read the following eyebrow aftercare carefully as they apply to all of our eyebrow treatments: MicrobladingPowder Brows, and Combo Brows.  Microblading post-care and Semi-permanent makeup post-care are very important to the appearance and longevity of your new eyebrows. Please read the following eyebrow aftercare carefully as they apply to all of our eyebrow treatments: MicrobladingPowder Brows, and Combo Brows.

note: acne medications, treatments, and peels can result in premature fading of the tattoo. Do not apply retinol/retinA on or near eyebrows.

Wet Healing
To ensure proper healing, we recommend applying a thin layer of tattoo aftercare or Aquaphor every 3 hours for the next 7 days. At night, use antibacterial soap and gently wash your brows with your fingertips. In the morning, rinse with water and apply the treatment provided by your artist after each procedure. Avoid using cleansing products with acids or exfoliants and do not use cleansing wipes on the procedure area.

Dry Healing
For the first 7 days after your eyebrow procedure, avoid getting any water, lotion, soap, or makeup on the treated area. When washing your face, be careful around the eyebrows and keep your face away from the showerhead take a bath. Itching and flaking may occur, but avoid scratching or picking at the area. After 7 days, apply the post-care Grapeseed Oil once a day with clean hands and a cotton swab, but use it sparingly.

 Eye Liner Healing
Here are the revised texts for "Eyeliner Before Care" and "Eyeliner After Care": Eyeliner Before Care: - Please avoid wearing any eye makeup before the procedure. - If you plan to have eyelash tinting or curling, please do it at least 48 hours before the procedure- If you useatisse, please stop using it 2 weeks prior to the procedure. - Please do not wear contact lenses during the procedure. Eyeliner After Care: - After the procedure, you may experience some swelling and heavy lids. Your eyes may feel more swollen than they appear. - Use sterile water and cotton gauze to gently wipe the affected area. - Keep the area dry for the next 10 days and avoid using makeup, creams, or mascara until your eyelids are fully healed. - You may apply ice packs as necessary to reduce swelling, but please do not scratch or pick at the area. - The pigment may fade after scabs fall off, but it will gradually come back over the next 4 weeks.

Here are some tips for taking care of your lips after getting a tattoo:

1. Keep your lips clean and dry for the first 24 hours after the procedure2. Apply a thin of ointment or petroleum jelly to your lips for the next 710 days to keep them moisturized.
3. Avoid touching or picking at your lips, as this can cause infection or scarring.
4. Avoid eating spicy or acidic foods, as well as drinking through a straw, for the first few days after the procedure.
5. Avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds for at least 2 weeks after the procedure.
6. If you experience any swelling, redness, or pain, contact your tattoo artist or a medical professional immediately.

By following these tips, you can help ensure that your lip tattoo heals properly and looks great for years to come.

Avoid:

Considerations for maintaining the quality of micro-pigmentation include avoiding sun or salon tanning, exposure to UV/UVA rays or chemicals, laser or chemical treatments, and creams containing Retin-A or Glycolic acid. Additionally, picking, peeling, or scratching the area should be avoided to prevent scarring or removal of the pigment. Other activities to avoid include heavy household cleaning, excessive alcohol consumption, and touching the eyebrow area except for rinsing and applying post-care cream with a cotton swab. Finally, driving in open-air vehicles such as convertibles, boats, bicycles, or motorcycles should be done with caution.

Here are some guidelines to follow after a skin procedure:
- Use a clean pillowcase to avoid infection.
- Let scabs and dry skin fall off naturally to prevent scarring or loss of color.
- Avoid facials, botox, chemical treatments, or microdermabrasion for 4 weeks.
- Don't engage in hot, sweaty exercise for one week.
- Wear a hat and avoid direct sun exposure or tanning for 4 weeks.
- Avoid heavy sweating and long hot showers for the first 10 days.
- Don't sleep on your face for the first10 days.
- Avoid swimming, lakes, and hot tubs for the first 10 days.
- Don't apply topical makeup or sunscreen on the treated area.
- Don't rub, pick, or scratch the treated area.
- Limit showers to 5 minutes and keep the face/procedure area out of the water while washing the body.

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