● DO NOT consume alcohol or caffeine 48 hours before the procedure (Yes, there is caffeine in decaffeinated coffee and tea!).
● Avoid the sun and tanning on your face two weeks before the procedure.
● Do not take aspirin, niacin, vitamin E, or Advil / ibuprofen 48 hours before the procedure.
● Avoid fish oil, prenatal vitamins, nutritional shakes (Shakeology, etc.), “Hair, Skin, Nails” supplements two weeks before the procedure.
● Discontinue Retin-A, chemical and laser peels, microdermabrasions, alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), and any chemical peels or "brightening" skin care for at least 6 weeks prior (once your brows have healed, you should avoid the use of these products on the forehead). area procedure to avoid premature discoloration).
● Botox and fillers in the forehead, temple, and eye area should be avoided 4 WEEKS prior to the procedure for those who do not receive injectables regularly.
● Avoid the following herbs and spices 48 hours before the procedure: ginger, cinnamon, garlic, black pepper, and cayenne.
● You should not pluck, dye, or thread your eyebrows a week before (the more natural hair growth you have, the better!
● Please note: you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.
● Keep the brow area clean. Wash your brows twice a day (Morning and night) with unscented antiseptic soap. Hands must be freshly clean. Avoid using abrasive cloths or sponges.
● Allow the area to dry completely before applying the ointment (dry with a paper towel or air dry).
● Once completely dry, apply a thin layer of ointment (rice-sized amount).
● Repeat the above steps twice a day for 7 days after service.
● DO NOT rub, pinch, or scratch the treated area. Let any dry or crusty skin exfoliate naturally. Puncture can cause scarring and loss of pigment!
● Avoid direct sun exposure and tanning beds for at least 4 weeks after your procedure. Direct sunlight can cause the pigment to change color while it heals and can also cause hyperpigmentation and scarring.
● Avoid swimming pools, sauna, steam rooms, hot showers, and / or hot baths for 10 days.
● Avoid sweating on your face for 10 days. Sweat through or on the eyebrows will expel the pigment from the dermis producing poor results.
● Avoid sleeping on your face / eyebrows for the first 10 days.
● Keep your bangs and hair pulled back from your face for the first 10 days.
● DO NOT use makeup or skin care products on the treated area for 10 days.
● After 10 days, once the area has fully healed, consider wearing sunscreen when you go out in the sun to prevent the color from fading.
● Eyebrow tinting should not be done for 2 weeks after your procedure.
● Avoid Retin-A, chemical peels, laser treatments, microdermabrasions and / or anything to treat hyperpigmentation around the brow area once healed to avoid discoloration of the forehead tattoo.
● Inform your MRI technician that you have had a tattoo.
Please note: the area will appear darker, bolder and sharper due to scabbing and natural scarring during the first week. This is very common for all permanent cosmetic procedures.
● Exposure to the sun and tanning beds can cause discoloration and discoloration of the pigment.
● Always apply sunscreen (50 SPF or more) to the brow area once they are fully healed.
● Keep unwanted forehead hair removal out of your tattooed brow design by tweezing, threading, waxing or shaving.
● Do not laser around the forehead area (IPL). Some lasers can change the color of the pigment.
● Additional application of brow makeup may still be required after tattooing to achieve the desired look.
● For added sun protection, wear hats and sunglasses.
● Annual touch-ups are recommended to maintain your results.
● Avoid using chemical skin scrubs on the eyebrows and forehead area. Using these products will cause premature fading and discoloration of the tattoo. Examples may include, but are not limited to: glycolic acid, hydroquinone, retinol, retin A, vitamin C, "peels" or "brighteners".
● Any service or product used to treat hyperpigmentation in the forehead and eye area should be avoided.
Failure to properly care for your cosmetic tattoo may result in your artist refusing future services / touch-ups
ATTENTION PLEASE: WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND POSSIBLE NEW CUSTOMERS TO BOOK THEIR MICROBLADING APPOINTMENT AT LEAST 2-4 MONTHS BEFORE HOLIDAYS, WEDDINGS AND SPECIAL OCCASIONS. THIS ALLOWS ADEQUATE TIME FOR HEALING.
Hybrid brows is an innovative gel dye with similar intense and long-lasting effects as henna. It is highly pigmented, stains sparse brows and suits most skin types. It can give a dramatic or natural look. It's called Hybrid because its the worlds first tint that gives the same effect as henna with better retention
As a semi-permanent procedure, Henna Brows may also be a good fit if you want to keep your brows filled a certain way but are tired of using eyebrow pencil every day. You will need to repeat the process at some point in the future to maintain your results.
HYBRID TINT VS. TINT
It's a brow dye that combines henna+ tint. This product tints the hair and also the skin. The color can stay up to 5 weeks on the hair and 1-2 weeks on the skin. Ordinary eyebrow tint can last 2-4 week on the hair and only a day or two on the skin. Everybody's skin retention to the product is different; skin conditions/skin types all come into play when estimating how long the color will last.
HOW IT'S DONE!
First we clean the brow area and remove any makeup and oil. Then we will agree on your custom shape and color. Then we will shape, wax, then trim the brows. Finally we apply the henna to your brows, let it process and remove.
On many clients the color is perfect right after the application, however, if there is some warmth in the color, it can cool down as quick as 10 minutes and on some clients, it can take an hour or two for the warmth to fade. This depends on the colors used and the hair color of the client. We use the Supercillium Henna that also contains nutrients to help restore hair growth and the natural shape of the eyebrows.
●Recent Permanent Makeup (wait at least 2 weeks).
● Ultra sensitive skin.
● Eczema or Psoriasis near the area.
● Retinoids or Accutane .
HYBRID BROWS AFTER CARE
● Don’t get your eyebrows wet for 24h after the service is performed.
● Apply Brow serum to improve hair growth.
● Come back in 3-4 weeks!!.
HOW MUCH IS IT?
$60 (Includes: shaping, wax, tint)
What is eyebrow lamination?
Eyebrow lamination, also called brow lift or brow sculpt, is a new procedure that involves applying a chemical solution to straighten and lift eyebrow hair. A solution breaks down the bonds in each strand, allowing a provider to move them in any direction.
As a semi-permanent procedure, eyebrow lamination may also be a good fit if you want to keep your brows styled a certain way but are tired of using eyebrow gel every day. You will need to repeat the process at some point in the future to maintain your results, and there are risks involved. Read on to learn everything else you need to know about this trend.
Brow lamination benefits
This amazing service may help address a variety of concerns you may have with your own brows, including:
● thinning hair that may occur with age.
● gaps in your brows from overplucking or overwaxing in the past.
● unruly hairs that tend to go different directions despite brushing them.
● a lack of shape or unevenness.
Overall, brow lamination is said to make brows look thicker and fuller. Pulling the hairs up vertically may also make it look like you are experiencing new growth. The entire process is also completely non-invasive.
Potential risks and side effects
While brow lamination is not invasive compared to brow surgery, tattooing, or other related procedures, there are still some side effects to know before booking your appointment. Such risks are mostly related to skin irritation caused by the chemicals. These include:
The side effects may occur directly beneath and above the eyebrows, but they may also extend to your eyelids.
This procedure may not be recommended if you have:
● sensitive skin.
● a history of contact dermatitis.
Just as perming the hair on your head can lead to dryness and damage, brow lamination could potentially damage your eyebrows in the same way. Your chances are greater if you repeat the process too often, or sooner than 6 weeks.
How long does brow lamination last?
Perhaps the greatest downside to eyebrow lamination is that the effects are only temporary. To maintain your new brows, you will need to repeat the process every 6-8 weeks, similar to a lash lift.
BROW LAMINAION AFTER CARE
● Don’t get your eyebrows wet for 24h after the service is performed.
● Apply castor oil on your brows every day to void damage.
● Come back in 6-8 weeks!!.
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