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  • What is Lip Blush
    Lip blushing is a form of semi-permanent makeup. Essentially, it is a cosmetic tattoo of the lips that enhances the beauty of the natural lip color, improving the shape of the lips, giving definition and the illusion of fullness.
  • Does Lip blushing hurt?
    Does lip blushing hurt? I will apply a numbing product to your lips before hand to help minimize pain and discomfort. The lower your pain tolerance, the more discomfort you might feel. However, some people may not feel much pain at all.
  • Is permanent lip tent safe?
    Permanent lip liner and permanent lip tint is a safe and natural-looking alternative to the expense and daily routine of applying makeup upon waking in the morning and often times throughout the day. It is a state-of-the-art technique of permanently applying makeup via intradermal micropigmentation.
  • Healing process:
    While there's no downtime for this treatment (you can shower and wash your face the same day, as long as you slather on a coat of Aquaphor), it takes about four to five days to heal completely. Despite the peeling, aftercare instructions upon services will be given too you.
  • Next step after healing:
    You will need to come for 2 more visits dependent on your lips . Correction takes 3 hours, first time experience 2 hours with one touch up visit.
  • Will Microblading work for me?
    Microblading works BEST on these types of skin: Dry skin type with tiny pores. Skin that’s thin but not super thin. This type of skin is usually not very sensitive with non-translucent fair ivory skin tone and doesn’t bleed easily. Normal to combination skin-type with small pores can be a bit oily to dry and sensitive or not sensitive. This type of skin is usually non-translucent and can range from light to dark skin tones, young or mature skin and doesn’t bleed easily. Normal to Oily skin with medium pores.Skin that is thicker and abit oily. This type of skin is usually non-translucent and can range from light to dark skin tones, young or mature skin and doesn’t bleed easily. Microblading will NOT WORK WELL for these types of skin: Thick oily skin with large pores, tends to bleed easily. The skin texture and constant production of oil will cause the hairstrokes to heal with a thicker diffused, softer look. I can work on this type of skin; however, you must be aware that your end result will look more powdered and blended than you would expect. Super-thin, soft, hypersensitive, skin with barely any upper skin layer. Usually translucent and pale with invisible pores and can have rosacea or dermatitis. This type of skin bleeds VERY easily, has a harder time healing, Pigment can appear more ashy, blurred and patchy. If you have an old tattoo that is still quite dark, the strokes will blend right into the old tattoo and results will not look as crisp as going over blank skin If you are a frequent smoker, your pigment may fade sooner. If you are iron deficient or Anemic, your pigment may fade sooner and bleeding/bruising may occur during and after the procedure. If you generally have problematic skin, bleed excessively, get infections easily, and do not heal well when cut or injured, you may want to reconsider having this procedure as the results are extremely depends on the healing process.
  • How should I prepare for a Microblading or Ombre Appointment?
    The following restrictions are to ensure your skin is in the best possible condition for an amazing microblading procedure. Please read carefully: Do NOT DRINK ALCOHOL or CAFFEINE before the procedure (at least 24hrs for alcohol) Do NOT TAKE ADVIL or other blood thinners such a Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E and/or Ibuprofen unless medically necessary, 48-72 hrs prior to your procedure. Extra strength Tylenol can be taken if you have low pain tolerance. If you have recently tanned this will affect the outcome of the healed color. If you’ve had laser removal of previous work done by someone else, the treated area has now more scar tissue and can affect the outcome of the result. More treatments may be necessary to have the skin take the color. Avoid exercising the day of procedure as this will open up the pores. Please note that you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle. No waxing, threading or tinting 3 days before The following treatments should avoided within four weeks of the procedure: Botox or other fillers Chemical Peels Laser treatments If you have any questions about these restrictions, please contact me! I am happy to help.
  • How long will the appointment take?
    Up to 3 hours.
  • What should I expect after my Microblading or Ombre Appointment?
    Days 1-4: The pigment will appear very sharp and dark. This is because the pigment is still sitting on top of your skin, and has not yet settled in completely. The color of the pigment will soften gradually. Do not be alarmed if you see some pigment on the cotton swab, as this is excess pigment and/or body fluid that is naturally exiting your skin. Your brows may swell and appear larger also. Days 5-7: Once the healing of the skin starts taking place, it will look like dandruff flakes or dry skin. This might give you the impression that the pigment is fading too quickly, however, this is just superficial color and dry skin being naturally removed from your eyebrows. Days 8-12: Your brows may look as though the pigment has completely faded – do not panic – take a deep breath and trust the process. Days 14 -28: Your brows may still look a little patchy or uneven, but the pigment will start to “reappear” as the pigment settles and the healing continues. You may get your touch-up/perfecting procedure done at the 6 – 8 week point NO SOONER to allow for complete healing of the brows. Pro-Tip: Once completely healed, always apply a layer of sunscreen SPF 30 up to SPF 50 on your eyebrows when exposed to the sun. Sun exposure might cause the color pigment to fade quickly.
  • What are the aftercare protocols for Microblading and Ombre?
    It is essential that you follow these instructions after your session: Day 1 (Day of treatment): You will follow a dry healing process. A supply of wipes will be given to you at the conclusion of your appointment. You will use a wipe each hour for four hours following your treatment. This will remove the lymph secreted by your skin. Do not use aggressive movement/manipulation of the skin- be gentle. Make sure your hands are clean before touching your brows. If you continue to see a build up of lymph, repeat this every 2-3 hours with a small amount of sterile water on a cotton pad to avoid build-up of blood/lymph on the area. At the conclusion of your service you will also receive a reusable visor to protect your work from water in the shower. You must use the visor during the entire healing process. Day 2 – until peeling: When you wake up, gently wipe the area with a small amount of sterile water on a cotton pad. Be extra careful not to rub the brows hard, tug or scrub the brows. Repeat it every 4-5 hours and right before going to sleep to avoid any build-up of blood/lymph. During the peeling: You do not need to clean eyebrows with sterile water. Please NOTE: Itching and flaking may appear during the first seven days after procedure. However, experience has shown that by following these after-care instructions, these symptoms may quickly disappear. The following must be avoided during all 14 days post-microblading and post-ombre procedure: Allowing any water to touch the brows! No shower stream over brows. Wash face CAREFULLY with a washcloth or cleansing wipes, avoid brow area. Sweating Exercising Practicing sports Swimming Hot sauna, hot bath, or Jacuzzi Sun tanning or salon tanning Any laser or chemical treatments or peelings, and/or any creams containing Retin-A or Glycolic Acid on the face or neck Picking, peeling, or scratching of the brow area. You will cause scarring of the area or removal of the pigment if you pick or peel scabs prematurely. Performing tasks related to heavy household cleaning such as garage or basement cleaning where there is a lot of airborne debris – now is not the time! Spicy foods Smoking Drinking alcohol in excess, as it may lead to slow healing of wounds Driving in open air vehicles such as convertibles, boats, bicycles, or motorcycles Touching of the eyebrow area except for when rinsing and applying the post-care with a cotton swab Do not use any cleansers or facial products of any kind, over the brow area for at least 10 days. Absolutely do not use any ointments, antibiotic creams or gels, or vitamin creams over the brow area –it will draw out the pigment. Itching and flaking may appear during the first seven days post-microblading and post-ombre procedure. However, experience has shown that by following these after-care instructions, these symptoms may quickly disappear. If you have any unexpected problems with the healing of the skin, please contact me immediately, to discuss further instructions. Getting them wet for prolonged periods of time may cause premature lifting of your scabs and increase the chance of infections and loss of pigment. If you get them wet, you must blot them dry immediately to avoid complications and undesired results such as smudgy blurred lines, scar tissue, and uneven pigment. You also must avoid sweating in that area for at least 10 days. Salt draws out pigment and you will be left with undesirable results.
  • Can I wash my face or wear makeup following the procedure?
    Chemicals found in makeup and cleansers may alter the color of the pigment and affect the healing process so it would be best to wash around it. No makeup on the brows for at least two weeks but everywhere else is fine
  • Does the procedure hurt?
    Most of our clients report little or no pain. Since the procedure takes a couple hours, some clients have literally slept through it! I leave a topical anesthetic on the eyebrow area for 20 minutes before we begin the process, so this leaves most clients numb during the procedure. However, if you find that you’re very sensitive, you may report mild discomfort.
  • Do I need a touch-up after microblading/ombre eyebrows?
    The first appointment is about structure, design, and building hairstrokes. The touch-up is about seeing how the skin heals and retains pigment, as well as making any necessary adjustments to achieve better symmetry, definition, or volume. In most cases, only a minor touch up is necessary to fill in any sparse areas for a very natural look and some do choose to skip the touch-up appointment to keep the look more natural. If you are opting for a fuller more defined look, then the touch up is recommended to achieve desired result. Some may need a 3rd session to complete the process. Especially if you have little to no hair to begin with, have scar tissue, oily skin type, or we are trying to cover up an old tattoo.
  • What pigments do you use?
    We use iron oxide pigments. These pigments fade over time as your body will naturally absorb it. They are considered the safest semi-permanent pigments to use for skin.
  • How long will my semi-permanent makeup last?
    They fade over time and should be refreshed every 1-1. 5 years for maintenance. Fading is desired as your skin and facial structure will change as aging occurs. However this does not mean that your semi-permanent makeup will completely disappear. Depending on your skin and health, overtime your semi-permanent makeup may leave a soft haze of residual pigment behind. It is recommended to refresh them before 2 years and no sooner than 1 year. If they have faded before a year, you may fill them in with makeup and wait after 1 year to come back for additional touch up to avoid too much trauma to your skin.
  • What is your sterilization/sanitization process?
    All needles and hand tools are single-use, come in a sterilized package, and disposed of after each client. Implements such as gauze, cotton swabs, etc. are single-use and disposed of after each client. Gloves and mask are worn at all times during the procedure and disposed of after each client. Station is thoroughly disinfected with CaviWipes after each client.
  • Powder Brow:
    Ombre brows, also known as Powdered Brows, are a semi-permanent eyebrowstyling technique that creates a soft shaded brow pencil look. ... It is particularly recommended for women with oily skin or combination skin or anyone who fills in their brows regularly with pencil or shadow.
  • How long does powder brows last?
    One to three years.When you get powdered brows, you should return for a touch-up procedure two months after the original procedure. After that, the brows should last between one and three years.
  • How do powder brows heal?
    For both the powdered ombré and combination brows, healing takes 2-3 weeks. For the first 3 days your brows will be very dark, and then they will start to scab. Unlike microblading that scabs in patches, powder brows scab in one big (or a few big) pieces.
  • Are powder brows tattoo?
    Powder Brow Tattoo is a traditional method of cosmetic tattooing in which a tattoomachine is used. When properly applied, using a dilution solution, eyebrows look soft and natural, contrary to a “magic marker” brow look. More pigment is implanted than with Microblading and color boosts are usually needed in 2 years.
  • Are Powder and Ombre powder brows a tattoo?
    Powder Ombre procedure is NOT Microblading. Yes, they are both tattoos -- but are very different forms and application types. Unlike Microblading, the Powder Ombreprocess creates a soft, powder-filled brow similar to the look of makeup.
  • How long do ombre /powder brows take to heal?
    It takes approximately 7-14 days for the brows to heal over, and about one month for the color to fully set in. You'll notice the color is very light right after the two weeks after healing; the skin will have an opaque milky looking quality to it. Permanent Eyeliner:
  • How long does permanent eyeliner last?
    about 18 months Eyeliner procedure lasts about 18 months. Permanent make up is "semi" and client results will vary. Commonly you will need a touchup at 1-2 years. Generally the results are amazing but it very much depends on your own skin type, texture and oiliness.
  • When can I wash my eyes after permanent eyeliner?
    Post Eyeliner Care Instructions Cold packs to the procedure area can be used for the first 24 hours. You shouldmassage eyes with cotton balls and cool water for the first 24 hours to remove any blood and to avoid scabbing. No makeup for 7-14 days until the eyeliner is 100% healed.
  • How long will my eyes be swollen after permanent eyeliner?
    two to 72 hours Effects. Immediate side effects following permanent eyeliner application include swelling that lasts anywhere from two to 72 hours after application. Bleeding and bruising also may occur after the eyeliner is applied. Also, the eyeliner color typically appears much darker for as many as 10 days after the procedure.
  • How long do eyelid tattoos last?
    The “tattooed” eyeliner typically lasts about a year, Meyer said, though Ant Falco noted it could last two or three years. However, the pigment will eventually fade. Meyer said many of her clients come back after about a year to get touch-ups
  • Lasar Lipo & Body Contouring -Skin tightening. What is this?
    It is an non Invasive Cavitation, Skin tightening, Cellulite Treatment & Vacuum Butt therapy Ultasonic Cavitation is not a method of weight loss, there will be given instructions to maximize your best results with each session you have. It is designed to reshape and sculpt the body and remove localized stubborn fat & cellulite.These services work best with exercise and a low carbohydrate and low fat diet . I have amazing recommendations . Is there downtime after these procedures: None at all. you can return back to your daily routine after procedure. No down time, scars and non-invasive. Book a consult - Cant wait to meet your needs.
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