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No Person Under The Age Of 18 May Be Tattooed { Wisconsin State Legislature SPS 221.10(1)(b)5}. Microblading and Permanent Makeup are both legally considered to be a form of tattooing.

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Before & After Care

Pre and Post Treatment Instructions

Do not PANIC it will Lighten!

Pre-Treatment Instructions for all Procedures:

1. Do not take Ibuprofen or Aspirin. Tylenol or other non-aspirin pain relievers may be taken one hour prior to the procedure.

Post Treatment Instructions for all Procedures:

1. We recommend that ice-packs be applied for 10-15 minutes each hour for the first 24 hours following the procedure, except at bedtime. It is important to place a clean tissue between the ice bag and the skin to prevent frostbite. The ice is used to minimize swelling and provide comfort. After the first 24 hours the use of ice is no longer beneficial. Do not take aspirin, as this promotes bleeding at the micro-pigmentation sites. Tylenol is recommended for temporary pain relief.

2. Normal activity can be resumed immediately. We would recommend that heavy exercise such as aerobics, dancing, weight lifting, etc., be delayed for approximately two to three days following the procedure.

3. Fading or loss of pigment may occur. Some flaking off of the pigment may occur on some skin types. Do not be alarmed it is normal. There should be pigment under the skin where the surface pigment has flaked off. If there is no pigment there, then a touch up will be needed.

4. Judgement of your final result should be deferred until one month following the procedure. The intensity of the color is most prominent following the procedure itself. Over the next two to three weeks, the pigment intensity will begin to lighten by 30 to 50 %. If after one month you feel that certain modifications in the pigmentation need to be made, we will be happy to discuss with you a retouch service at the Retouch price.

Special Instructions:

Eyeliner:

1. Relief from excessively watery eyes during the procedure may be somewhat relieved by taking an antihistamine such as Benadryl® one hour before the procedure.

2. We recommend for eyeliner procedures that artificial tears be used every one to two hours. In addition to the eye drops the after care serum given to you at the end of your service to prevent infection and minimize crusting should be applied liberally and often.

3. You should expect a certain amount of mattering around the eye lashes in the morning as well as swelling and or bruising around the eyelid margins. Some pigment and blood-tinged tears may be expected to flake off from the lid margin during the first post procedural day and may be carefully dabbed with a clean tissue.

4. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCE should you pick, scratch, or rub the eyelid margins or make any attempt to remove the crusty matter along the eyelid or lashes. Removal of these crusts will result in removal of the pigment. You MUST let them fall off on their own.

5. It is permissible to clean around the eyelids following your eyeliner procedure with a clean cotton ball soaked in warm water, but UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE should you get the eyelashes wet. Bathes, showers, and swimming are permitted as long as the face is not immersed in the water. After two weeks or when the area is completely scabbed over (which ever comes first) the client may resume all regular activities involving swimming, bathing, saunas.

6. If bruising is present, concealer or foundation may be used. Eye shadow may be used on the second day: however UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE should the eye-shadow come in contact with the eyelashes. Mascara and eyeliner ARE NOT PERMITTED for the first TWO WEEKS or until pigment scabs over. After this time all regular makeup can be resumed with caution not to disturb procedure area.

7. Do not wear contacts during procedure. Contacts should not be worn for at least two to three days after the procedure. Consult your eye doctor if you need further consulting.

8. For the first 24 to 48 hours it is not unusual to experience some light sensitivity, and the use of dark sunglasses is recommended. NO SUN BATHING or EXPOSURE for the first two weeks after procedure.

LIPS:

If you have ever broken out with a cold sore at anytime of your life, that means you carry the herpes virus which can sometimes manifest itself in the form of a fever blister. Fever blisters may occur on the lips following lip procedures in individuals prone to this problem. In order to prevent this you should obtain a prescription for Zorvirax from your Dr. and take it as prescribed. (Usually two weeks prior to procedure). L-Lysine, an over the counter amino acid may also be taken in order to help avoid this outbreak.