Please read the following restrictions carefully:
- Chemical Peels and Laser Treatments must be done 15 days before appointment
- Botox, Juvederm, or other fillers in the forehead area should be done at least 15 days prior to your appointment. (Microblading is recommended before botox)
FAQ: "Should I do Botox or Microblading first?"
Microblading lasts 1-2 yrs vs Botox which lasts 3-6 months. It is best to Microblade first because the design is based off of your natural bone structure. Botox may alter the appearance of your muscles for a short amount of time.
- It is suggested to wash your hair before your appointment and arrive with a clean face. (a Signature Facial or Hydrafacial is a favorite before Microblading)
FAQ: “Should I arrive to my Microblading appointment with my eyebrows drawn on?”
Sure. This helps to get an idea of how the client is used to envisioning her or himself every day.
- DO NOT consume alcohol or caffeine 24hrs prior to your appointment. Doing so will cause you to bleed which pushes the pigment out and results in less color retention.
- DO NOT take Aspirin, IBUprofen, Niacin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil or any blood thinning medication 7 days prior. (Tylenol is ok)
- Avoid working out the day of the procedure. Body heat will expand the pours.
- Avoid sun exposure. Skin should not have a sunburn and in process of healing before microblading is preformed.
- You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.
- No waxing or tinting 3 days before the procedure. Eyebrow tinting should be done or removed no sooner than 3 days before, or preformed two weeks after the procedure.
FAQ: "Should I have my eyebrows done before my Microblading appointment?"
No, please avoid hair removal and let your brows grow out a much as possible prior to the initial Microblading appointment. Brow designs are based off of the natural bone structure and brow shape. The fuller your natural brows the better!
- Do not resume any method of hair removal for at least two weeks after.