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Before & After Your Brow Appointment

We cannot perform PMU if:

  • You are currently pregnant or breastfeeding

  • You are currently undergoing or have undergone chemotherapy/radiation treatments in the past 6 months

  • You are currently using or have used Isotretinoin (Accutane®) in the past 6 months

The Day of Your Appointment

Please refrain from having coffee (caffeine) and or alcohol 24-48 hours before your appointment. You may come to your appointment with or without makeup. Do not take aspirin or ibuprofen for pain (this thins the blood). Do not workout the day of your appointment. Avoid blood thinning medications for 72 hrs before your appointment. This includes ibuprofen, aspirin and fish oil tablets. Please consult your doctor if this is an issue. We recommend you eat before your appointment to keep blood sugar levels stable.

One Week Before Your Appointment 

Do not pluck, wax or tweeze your brows one week before the appointment. Do not tint them (makeup is fine). Do not tan and avoid over exposer to sun. We cannot work on sun burned skin. Avoid Fish Oil or Vitamin E one week prior to your appointment as these are natural blood thinners.

If considering Botox and or Fillers, please do this at least 2 weeks before your appointment. If you have been taking acne cleansers and or anti-aging products, avoid them now at two weeks prior to your appointment. 

Two Weeks Before Your Appointment 

Avoid facial treatments 2 weeks prior to your appointment. If considering Botox and or Fillers, please do this at least 2-3 weeks before your appointment. If you have been using acne cleansers and or anti-aging products, avoid them now at two weeks prior to your appointment. 

Four Weeks Before Your Appointment

Discontinue the use of any medical grade skin resurfacing products. Retinol and Vitamin A  products should be discontinued to use a month prior to the procedure. Avoid laser skin treatments on or near the eyebrows. 

Aftercare Instructions

For Eyebrows

  • Be sure to have a clean pillowcase the night of your appointment. 

  • Be sure to have your aftercare products. Speak to your artist if you are unsure.

  • For 14 days, wash your face in the sink. Wash eyebrows morning and night. Pat dry.

  • For 14 days, apply a very thin layer of ointment on after you cleanse and dry your brows.

  • For 14 days, avoid makeup, direct sun, sweating, plucking and tweezing. 

  • Never pick or peel at anything on the area. Avoid touching altogether. 

  • Avoid direct shower spray, soaking in water, for 14 days.

  • Avoid hot baths, steam rooms, and swimming for 14 days.

For Lips

  • Be sure to keep the lips as clean as possible to prevent the chance of infection.

  • No smoking for the first 72 hours.

  • For the first 7 days, drink with a straw and eat using a fork.

  • Avoid getting the lip area excessively wet. When taking a shower, try to keep water off your lips as much as possible. Keep a dry washcloth handy to blot the area if soapy water.

  • Do not pick, peel, lick, bite, rub, or scratch the procedure. 

  • No cleansers, creams, or makeup in or around the lip area. 

  • No saunas, steamy showers, hot tubs, or swimming.

  • Use a clean pillowcase and sleep on your back for as many nights as possible.

  • Avoid sweaty workouts for 1 week. 

  • Avoid spicy foods and colored drinks.

  • No kissing 

For The First 30 Days

  • Do not use exfoliants or chemical peels on the lip area.

  • Do not use petroleum-based products including Chapstick 

  • Do not use products other than ointment recommended to you by your artist.

  • No injectables, fillers, or laser skin treatments. Be sure to wait 6-8 weeks.

  • Avoid essive exposure to direct sunlight.

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