Eyeliner area will be slightly red after the procedure and color will appear very dark. This is normal for the procedure and part of the healing process. The color will fade by up to 50% as it heals. In the following days, the eyeliner will continue to be dark and you will notice slight scabbing. Do not pick at the scabs as this may damage the skin and the outcome of the Eyeliner. No downtime is required. It takes approximately 7-14 days for area to heal over, and about 1 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. This is known as the milk skin and is common in tattooing. This is due to the tissue still healing from the inside out even though the surface of the skin is healed. True color will reveal itself once healed.
The entire procedure should take about 2-3 hours. The client is to come in for a follow-up visit in order to have any minor necessary touch ups. The second session takes place after 4-6 weeks after the initial session. This session will take approximately 1.5-2 hours to complete.
The pain level for the procedure is considered mild to none. Prior to the procedure, your brow technician will apply a topical anesthetic to numb the area, and also reapplied during the procedure. Everyone responds differently to anesthetic; depending on the client, the feeling of the procedure has been described as light cat scratches to not feeling anything. Topical anesthetics used may contain lidocaine, prilocaine, benzocaine, tetracaine and epinephrine.
It will last 2-3 years or more. Color refresh/touch-up is recommended every 2-3 years.
Avoid alcohol and aspirin/ibuprofen and any vitamins that may thin your blood for 72 hours. Avoid tanning so we can assess your natural skin tone. No face scrubs or chemical peels at least two weeks prior. Feel free to come with your own ideas and We will then work together to create the perfect brows!
Within 2 hours after the procedure, clean area using a Q-tip and lightly moisten with distilled or cooled downed boiling water. Gently wipe away the old healing balm and any lymphatic liquid (clear yellowish liquid) that may have built up. Lightly pat dry with tissue and using a new Q-tip, re-apply healing balm to the brows Make sure to apply a light layer of healing balm morning and night to area for at least 5-7 days Do not over apply healing balm Do not immerse brow area in water for 14 days. When showering, make sure to avoid eye area. When cleaning or washing face, make sure to avoid area and clean around it Do not put makeup on the area for a minimum of 10 days. As area is an open wound, using makeup may cause infections Avoid alcohol and aspirin/ibuprofen and any vitamins that may thin your blood for 24 hours The area will feel slightly itchy as it heals and will start to lightly scab over. Do not peel or pick at the scabs as this can affect the outcome and pigmentation Do not go swimming, tanning or into saunas for at least 14 days No face scrubs or chemical peels at least 2 weeks after.