***FOR TATTOOS: Each client's skin responds differently in terms of healing time and the number of sessions required for desired results and color retention. This information is a guideline only, and we cannot guarantee your results. The longevity of your tattoo depends on pre-appointment skin care, care during the healing process, and ongoing maintenance.

Cleaning: Gently wipe your lips with the provided antiseptic wipes.
Ointment Application: Apply A&D ointment in a thin layer after cleaning. Repeat as needed until all flaking subsides. Avoid over-saturation and excessive dryness.
Makeup: Avoid applying any lip makeup for one week, except for the provided healing balm.
Avoid Irritation: Refrain from scratching, picking, or licking dry skin or flakiness.
Drink with a Straw: Only drink through a straw until flaking subsides.
Dietary Restrictions: Avoid super spicy foods for the first 48 hours.
Sweating: No activities causing extreme sweating for five days.
Water Avoidance: Avoid swimming pools, hot tubs, or other bodies of water for five days.
UV Exposure: Stay away from UV exposure, including tanning booths, for five days.
Laser Light Therapy: Avoid laser light therapy as it can affect lip color for five days.
Chemical Exfoliants: Don't use exfoliants, retinol acids, glycolic acids, and alpha hydroxy acids on the area for 30 days after the appointment.
Facials and Skin Treatments: Refrain from massages, facials, or skin treatments for five days.

Lip Blushing

Day 1 (Day of the Procedure):
Gently clean your brows with a dampened cotton pad using lukewarm water and pat them dry (avoid cleansers, soaps, or heavy creams).
Days 2-4:
You may experience darkening of the brows and some tightness as the scabbing process begins.
Days 5-14:
Light flaking and itching are normal during the healing process. Avoid scratching or picking. Let the skin naturally exfoliate. Lightening of color or patchiness may occur.
Other Care Guidelines:
  • No brow makeup for 2 weeks.
  • Avoid scratching or removing scabs, dry skin, or flakiness to prevent color loss.
  • Don't expose the brow tattoo to direct water or use cleansers, soaps, or heavy creams.
  • Avoid Vaseline, Neosporin, and other petroleum-based products.
  • No activities causing sweating for 10 days.
  • Stay away from swimming pools and hot tubs for 14 days.
  • Avoid UV exposure, including tanning booths.
  • No exfoliants, retinol acids, glycolic acids, and alpha hydroxy acids on the area for 30 days (may cause premature fading).
  • No massages, facials, or skin treatments.
  • Avoid threading, waxing, or hair removal products

Powder Brows

Keep Area Clean and Open: Do not cover the treated area with a band-aid or anything else. Leave it open to the air. Air and oxygen promote faster healing, and avoid touching the area.

Clean with Saline: Blot the area with the provided saline 3 to 4 times a day using a paper towel or gauze. Do not use ice.

Avoid Soaking: Do not soak the treated area in water. You can shower as usual, keeping the area out of the shower spray. Do not let the area stay wet for more than a few minutes. It is best to keep it dry. Avoid bathing, swimming, saunas, hot tubs, tanning, or exercise.

Don't Disrupt Scabbing: Do not disrupt the scabbing process by picking or scratching. Let all scabs fall off naturally. For optimum results, it's critical to keep the scabs on as long as possible. Avoid anything that could cause issues or problems to the treated area.

Treat with TLC: Once all scabbing has naturally fallen off, apply one drop of Vitamin E oil 3 to 4 times throughout the day for a minimum of 4 weeks or until the next lightening session. Only start applying Vitamin E oil once all scabbing has naturally and completely fallen off. The goal is to keep the area as dry as possible until all scabs have naturally fallen off.

saline removal

Dry Healing: For a minimum of 10 days, practice "dry healing," which means no water on the area. This includes avoiding sweating. When showering or washing your face, ensure water doesn't run into the eyes. You can use oil-free facial wipes to wash your face, but avoid the eye area.

No Eye Makeup: Avoid using eye makeup for 10 days.

Don't Scratch or Remove Scabs: Avoid scratching or removing scabs, dry skin, or flakiness, as this can result in color loss.

Avoid Direct Water, Cleansers, and Heavy Creams: Do not let direct water touch the liner tattoo, and avoid the use of cleansers, soaps, and heavy creams.

Minimize Sweating: Avoid activities that cause major sweating for 10 days.

Protect from UV Exposure: Avoid UV exposure, including tanning booths.

No Massages, Facials, or Skin Treatments: Avoid massages, facials, and skin treatments for 2 weeks.


First 48 Hours: Avoid water, steam, sweating, or makeup during the first 48 hours. Attempt to sleep on your back to protect your new lashes.

After 48 Hours (For Lash Extensions): Wash your lashes twice a day. Use a small amount of cleanser and work it down the lashes with your dampened brush. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry with something lint-free.

Daily Maintenance: Use a spoolie daily and brush your lashes upwards.

Showering: It's safe to shower, but be mindful of water temperatures.

Heat and Humidity: Avoid exposing your new lashes to excessive heat and humidity. 


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