FAQ - Brow Micropigmentation (Powder Ombre, Combo, DBL fade)
WHAT SHOULD I DO PRIOR TO APPOINTMENT?
Area of treatment should be clear of any problematic issues.
Sugaring, waxing and tinting the brows should be done 7 days prior to your appointment.
Avoid advil/aspirin/omegas the day of, prior to appointment.
Stop the use of retinols or AHA's 10 days prior to appointment.
Tanning before and after the appointment can affect healed results.
Botox (brow and forehead area) should be completed after surface healing of brows. Brow lifts with botox after surface healed.
Chemical peels/microneedling laser treatments etc should be scheduled no earlier than 3 weeks prior or post treatment.
Don't plan an event or vacation until brows are at least surface healed.
Eat before the appointment to regulate blood sugar levels.
WHAT SHOULD I AVOID AFTER TREATMENT?
All makeup (foundation) and facial products in the treated area.
Avoid workouts or activities that involve excessive sweating, tanning beds, swimming pools and massage treatments until you are surfaced healed (7-10 days).
Always apply SPF to preserve pigments longer (after surface healed).
WHAT ARE THE AFTERCARE INSTRUCTIONS?
Gently blot cleanse the area with a cotton pad dampened with water. Pat dry. The cleansing will help remove all the lymph fluid and blood and prevent any scabs from forming. (if left uncleaned brow area will scab and pigment will not retain in the skin). Continue this aftercare every 15 mins for the first hour. Aftercare can be applied to prevent brows from drying out. Do not over apply. Blotting with a tissue can be done throughout the first day to remove any lymph that surfaces. Aftercare can be applied as needed. Before bed on the first night, circle cleanse with the provided cleanser followed by application of aftercare. Be sure to wash your hands more often and use hand sanitizer to prevent any possible spread of germs that may cause infection.
Day 2 until surface healed
Blot cleanse the brow area morning and night and apply aftercare.
WHEN SHOULD I BOOK MY TOUCH UP?
Touch ups can be book 6-8 weeks after initial procedure.