Your treated areas will need special care for about 7-10 days following the session. So consider this when making social plans!
Try not to book a procedure during your menstrual period, you will be far more sensitive to pain and will bleed more!
Allergic reactions are extremely rare but still, I do recommend allergy testing at least 3-5 days prior to your procedure. This is extra important if you are allergy prone or have other conditions involving skin sensitivities. This test ONLY helps to determine whether you will have an immediate reaction. Reactions can still be developed over time. Again, these are extremely rare. Testing may be accepted or declined at your discretion.
If unwanted hair is normally removed in the area to be treated (i.e.: tweezing or waxing), the hair removal should be done at least 24 hours prior to your procedure. Electrolysis should not be done within five days of the procedure. Do not resume any method of hair removal for at least 2-3 weeks after the procedure.
If you normally tint your eyelashes or eyebrows, avoid having this done within 48 hours of your appointment. You are recommended to wait one week after the eyebrow or eyeliner procedure before dying lashes or brows.
• Please do not wear lash extensions to an eyeliner appointment.
• If you wear prescription glasses, please bring them to the session. You will need to wear them home after the procedure.
• Remove contacts lenses prior to session.
• Do not wear contact lenses for about 48hrs after.
• Bring sunglasses to wear home, as your eyes will be light sensitive.
• Do not dye or perm lashes for 2 days prior.
• Do not use eyelash curler for about a week after the procedure
• Do not tweeze, wax or dye brows for several weeks prior. You can remove the strays but leave some hair so that I can have the opportunity to shape them. Electrolysis should not be done for a week prior or for at least two weeks following.
• If you’ve ever had cold sores, fever blisters, or mouth ulcers (even 1) the procedure is likely to re-activate the problem. Ask your doctor for an antiviral prescription such as Zovirax to help prevent an outbreak during your healing process. Start taking the prescription as directed about 3 days prior to the procedure taking place. This will help prevent or minimize the outbreak – but is not a GUARANTEE that you will not experience some sort of outbreak.
• It is always best to have Permanent Makeup prior to lip filler, if possible because this is your ‘permanent state.
• Do not use whitening tooth paste after a lip procedure…it could bleach out the lip pigment.