PERMANENT MAKEUP PRECARE:
*NO alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before procedure (Yes, there is caffeine in decaf coffee and tea!).
*Avoid sun and tanning one week prior to procedure.
*Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Advil/Ibuprofen 24 hours before procedure.
*Avoid power shakes and power greens, Fish Oil, and "Hair, Skin, Nail" supplements 24 hours prior to procedure.
*Discontinue Glycolics, Chemical Peels and Retin-A 2 weeks prior.
*Refrain from use of any Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) products close to the eyebrow area 2 weeks prior to and 2 weeks after your procedure. Check your moisturizer, facewash BB or CC creams and makeup primers for anything that says acid.
*No brow waxing or tinting one week before.
*Please Note: You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle as well.
*You have to be off any kind of Accutane for 1 year. NO Exceptions!
NO LATISSE ON BROWS -Lash hair growing serum (Discontinue for min of 3 weeks)
IF YOU GET FILLERS, THEY SHOULD BE DONE 6 WEEKS PRIOR TO YOUR SCHEDULED PROCEDURE OR DONE 6 WEEKS AFTER THE PROCEDURE.
IF YOU USE BOTOX, IT SHOULD BE PERFORMED EITHER 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO YOUR SCHEDULED PROCEDURE OR 2 WEEKS AFTER YOUR PROCEDURE.
AVOID POWER SHAKES AND POWER GREENS 3 DAYS PRIOR TO PROCEDURE, CAUSES BLOOD THINNING AND HEAVY BLEEDING!
WE DO NOT WORK ON ANYONE PREGNANT OR STILL BREAST FEEDING, NO EXCEPTIONS
NOT CANDIDATES FOR PERMANENT MAKEUP:
*Heart Conditions/Pace Maker/Defibrillator (No exceptions)
If you are any of these medications, you will bleed and the pigment WILL NOT retain)
If you "keloid" scar, you need to ask your doctor (raised scarring)
IF YOU ARE ON THESE MEDICATIONS:Triflusal (Disgren),Clopidogrel (Plavix),Prasugrel (Effient),Ticagrelor (Brilinta),Ticlopidine (Ticlid),Cilostazol(Pletal),Vorapaxar (Zontivity),Dipyridamole (Persantine), Coumadin Pradaxia (dibigatran),Xarelto (rivaraxaban),Eliquis (apixaban),Savaysa (edoxaban).
*Cirrhosis of the Liver
(Susceptable to infection)
*Surgical Forehead/Brow lift
(Scar tissue will prevent proper healing)
(Hair loss due to auto immune disease)
(Hair strokes will appear more blurred or blended Ombré Brows is the best option will give you the powder filled look)
*Trichotillomania(Compulsive pulling of body hair)
(Due to constant pulling, scar tissue is prominent and pigment will not heal properly)
*Shingles-Have you EVER had shingles on your face
(No exceptions...PMU will not be performed as the procedure could cause a flare up)
* Eczema, Psoriasis or Dermatitis in or around the brow area
(Constant flaking/itching/irritation/shedding of skin)
*Oily or severely oily skin
(The hair strokes will appear more blended, solid or not retain at all Ombré Brows is the best procedure for your skin type it will give you a soft powder filled look)
*Large pores on your forehead & in the brow area
(Pigment will blur/blend in large pores looking powdered, hence, Ombré brows will be the best procedure for you. )
*If your body runs hot
*Platelet Disorders-Aggregation Disorders
An aggregation disorder is when platelets do not bind with fibrinogen and other proteins in order to stick to other platelets. As a result the platelets cannot form a plug to stop the bleeding from a damaged blood vessel.
*Moles/raised areas in or around the brow area
(Pigment will not be put into anything raised.)
*Deep wrinkles in the brow area
(The Hair Strokes will not lay properly in the creases, giving the brow an uneven look)
*Hair transplant for your eyebrows
(Pigment will not take in the scar tissue where the plugs were placed)
*Thyroid condition and taking medication for this condition
(Hypo, Hyper Susceptible, Graves Disease, Hashimotos)
*Rosacea (severe reddening of the face)
*Fitzpatrick Skin types 1 (red heads/white skin/light eyes)
Due to hypersensitivity the skin does not take the pigment well.
*On Accutane (acne medicine) within the last year
*Any type of Organ Transplant or Anti-Rejection Medications
*Auto Immune Disorder of any kind (MS, RA, Lupus or the like)
(Due to the medicines to treat these diseases, pigment will not retain)
*Cancers (you must be in remission or done with treatments to be serviced because your immune system is weak & doesn’t have any defenses)
*List medicines currently taking including all vitamins.
(NO FISH OIL 2 WEEKS PRIOR)
*MRSA (can be very contagious)
*I Do NOT do super thin (pencil thin) eyebrows as hair strokes will not work.
*Extremely Thin skin
(Transparent or Translucent or very vascular)
THESE CONTRAINDICATIONS CAN ALSO PRESENT LATER IN LIFE. FUTURE PROCEDURES MAY NOT BE PERFORMED AND/OR AN ADDENDUM WILL BE REQUIRED.
IF YOU ANSWERED NO TO ALL THE QUESTIONS PLEASE PROCEED TO BOOK.
If you have any further questions please email Sabbybeauty1@gmail.com
GENERAL AFTERCARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL PERMANENT MAKE-UP APPLICATIONS
Day ONE: Pat brows with a damp cotton round until bedtime ( water must be distilled)
•For 7 days following application of permanent makeup:
•DO NOT touch the healing pigmented area with your fingers, they may have bacteria on them and can create an infection.
•Apply your A & D ointment twice a day starting from the 3rd day until the procedure area has healed. ALWAYS USE A CLEAN Q-TIP AND NOT YOUR FINGERTIPS.
•NO makeup, tinting, lashes or brows, sun, soap, sauna, jacuzzi, swimming in chlorine pools or in the recreational bodies of water, contact with animals, or gardening for 7-10 days (until the area is completely healed) post procedure and after all touch-ups.
•Before bathing, gently apply a light coating of vitamin A & D on the procedure area using a clean cotton swab. Continue this regime until the procedure area has completely healed.
•DO NOT rub or traumatize the procedure area while it is healing (pigment may be removed along with scab/ crusting tissue.)
•Use a “total sun block” after the procedure area has healed to prevent future fading of pigment color.
•DO NOT use products that contain AHA’s on the procedure area. (example: Glycolic, Lactic Acids. Always check your labeling) it will fade your pigment color.
•Try to sleep on a satin pillowcase while the procedure area is healing. If you have any questions or concerns please notify your technician immediately.
•If you experience any itching, swelling, blistering or any other complications post-procedure, stop using product and call your technician immediately. You may be allergic to the after care product you are using! If you have excessive redness, swelling or tenderness or any red streaks going from the procedure area toward heart, elevated temperature, or purulent drainage from the procedure site, contact your physician as the area may be infected and you may need to seek medical care.
*FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PIGMENT COLOR LOSS! ALL PERMANENT MAKE-UP
PROCEDURES ARE A TWO STEP PROCESS.*