Permanent Cosmetic Procedure Info

If you have any skin treatments, laser hair removal, plastic surgery or other skin altering procedures, there may be adverse changes that may not be correctable. We can perform the procedure 6-8 weeks after any of the above treatments you may have had done.

If you are pregnant, it is highly recommended that you avoid permanent makeup procedures. For your safety, we will not perform the procedure in this situation.

Read about the different procedures and their aftercare processes below:

Microblading Procedure

Microblading is a two hour procedure that involves the following steps:

Optional consultation
Taking measurements
Drawing with pencil & outlining
Matching of pigments
Healing process

It is important that you communicate what preferences, if any, you would like done to your brows to ensure that you are completely satisfied with them. If you are unsure on how to go about your brows, do not hesitate to reach out for a free consultation. We want to make this experience for you as comfortable as possible.

Microblading Aftercare


Eyebrows will appear darker and bolder due to natural scabbing and healing for the first 10 days.
This is very common for all permanent cosmetic procedures.

  • It is important that you follow the aftercare steps we provide after your microblading appointment to make sure that your brows heal properly. How well you take care of your brows following the procedure will determine how well they stay.
  • Avoid applying makeup, powder, cream with active ingredients over the brows, bathing in public water, strong exercise with profuse sweating, sauna, solarium, etc. 2-3 weeks after the procedure.
  • Avoid getting your brows wet after the procedure to maintain the pigment and allow the microblading to retain in the skin. Do not panic if you get a few drops of water on your brows. Lightly dab them dry. If you feel concerned, you can always reach out.
  • You will receive more in-depth instructions on how to take care of your brows after your procedure, which includes how to rinse your brows and how to apply cream.

Makeup Procedure

Lip and eyeliner tattoos have different procedure times depending on which type you choose to get done.

Full upper & lower eyeliner: 2 hours
Upper eyeliner: 1 hour & 30 mins
Lower eyeliner: 1 hour & 15 mins
Full lips: 3 hours
Soft lip liner: 1 hour & 15 mins
Healing process

There are many pigments to choose from, and the healing process is less critical than traditional microblading. In depth aftercare of lip and eyeliner procedures can be read here:

Lashes Procedure

Our lash procedures typically are 1 hour and 15 mins. You can choose to have a full set of lashes done or fill in your lashes according to your preference. There are many looks and styles to pick from that best complement your eyes. It is also important that you check to make sure you are not allergic to lash adhesive prior to your appointment.

Lashes Aftercare

Taking care of your lashes after your appointment is quite simple but highly important to keep them long-lasting.

  • Avoid getting your lashes wet and any kind of moisture for up to 48 hours after application.
  • Do not rub or touch your eyes.
  • Avoid oil around your lashes.
  • Avoid sleeping on your lashes.

For Lash Extensions

  • Most importantly, wash your lashes daily with a gentle, oil-free, and alcohol-free cleanser, such as a foaming cleanser. Work the soap in using a soft eye cleansing brush and focus on your lash line where much of the dirt and bacteria build up. If you have oily skin or eyelids, you can choose to wash your lashes twice a day. Rinse and dab your lashes gently to dry. Brush through them with a clean lash wand.
  • It is normal to have a couple of lashes fall out throughout the weeks following your appointment. You can always choose to fill in your lashes.