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After Care Instructions

Following the after care process is extremely important in order to achieve optimal results after your service.  Please review and follow the instructions listed for the service you received from one of our artists. 

For Microblading, Nano or Ombre Brows

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Days 1-7 wash brows daily (morning and night), begin by washing your hands and then gently wash your eyebrows each morning and night with baby shampoo and water by using your fingertips to gently cleanse the eyebrows.


Rub the area up In a circular motion for 10 seconds and rinse with water.

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DO NOT use any cleansing products containing acids (glycolic, lactic, or AHA), or any exfoliants. Johnson's baby shampoo Is a good option to use.

  • Use a very light touch when cleansing your brows.

  • Make sure you rinse off all soap. Pat with a paper towel to dry the area.

Your skin must air dry 5-10 minutes before moving to "Step 3". THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.

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  • Days 1-7 moisturize after washing a pin-point drop of aftercare ointment with a Q-tip and spread It across the area.

  • Do not over apply the product. This will suffocate your skin and delay healing.

  • The ointment should be barely noticeable on the skin.

  • Never put the ointment on a wet or damp tattoo.

Important Reminders

  • DO NOT rub, pick or scratch the treated area. Let any scabbing or dry skin naturally exfoliate off. Picking can cause scarring or loss of color.

  • No facials, botox, chemical treatments and microdermabrasion for 4 weeks.

  • Avoid direct sun exposure or tanning for 4 weeks after procedure.

  • Avoid heavy sweating and long hot showers for the first 10 days.

  • Avoid sleeping on your face for the first 10 days.

  • Avoid swimming, lakes, hot tubs for the first 10 days.

  • Avoid topical makeup Including sunscreen on the area.

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For Lip Blush

Lip Blush 

Lips will continue to heal up to 6 weeks.  See below what you can expect, and what steps you should follow over the next 4 to 7 days. 

Day 1

  • Lips will feel dry, chapped, tender. may be swollen & bright in color

  • After treatment, apply pressure with a clean paper towel

  • After 4 hours Apply ointment as needed to keep lips moist

  • No kissing, rubbing or friction to prevent infection

Day 2 - 3

  • Use ointment several times a day

  • Avoid oily, spicy & heavily seasoned food

  • Drink with a straw

  • After eating clean lips with water, pat dry

Day 4 - 7

  • Lips will be peeling & color will lighten

  • Do not pick or rub your lips. let the peeling happen naturally

  • Keep lips moist

Things to Avoid 

  • Swimming

  • Hot Sauna

  • Jacuzzi

  • Sun tanning

  • Salon tanning

  • Laser & chemical treatments

  • Retin-A or Glycolic acid

  • Picking, peeling or scratching

  • Drinking alcohol in excess

For Eyeliner Tattoos


Immediately after the procedure, the eyelids will be slightly swollen.  Because of the swelling, the Eyeliner/Lash Enhancement will appear to be much thicker and can be distorted.  Also, the color will appear to be extremely dark, even when soft colors are used. In 2-3 days, the liner will be reduced to the desired thickness and will be more even as the swelling goes down.  The color will lighten as the healing process progresses. 


If you swell, an ice pack may be applied using a thin protective barrier such as a paper towel. Icing is most effective in the first 24 hours following the procedure.  Sleeping with your head slightly elevated can also reduce any residual swelling.

  • Remember, place nothing on the treated area (except your aftercare product) until healed. This means no makeup, creams, water (except for cleansing as detailed below), etc.


  • After your procedure, your skin will start forming a protective scab. You may see fluid or ooze on the skin from lymph secretion. The fluid should be dabbed and blotted off with a sterile gauze pad. It can crust the skin over and prevent it from breathing and healing. 


  • After 24 hours, clean the treated area daily with mild warm water and non-alcohol soap. Apply soapy solution on a sterile gauze or Q-Tip and blot 4 to 5 times to clean. Then blot completely dry. Use patting motions only. No Scrubbing. No rubbing. No wiping. No scratching. Make sure the area is completely dry before applying the aftercare ointment!  

  • In the morning, if eyes are stuck together, use a wet Q-tip and gently separate. Do not rub, peel or pick. Follow instructions for cleaning and for aftercare product application.


  • Apply the provided aftercare product on the clean and dry treated areas. Place the product on the scabs that are beginning to form. You can apply 2 - 4 times daily until completely healed. If you place the product on the area and it is not dry, this may cause irritation or an infection, and could lead to color loss.


  • The skin must be able to breathe to heal. Too much product may actually fade the pigment. It is specifically meant to put on the scabs and to keep them soft so they stay on longer. Pat, and do not rub, the ointment on the area with a Q-tip. If you put too much on, then blot off the excess ointment with a sterile gauze.


  • If your scabs become hard and rope-like, they can fall off in big chunks and take the ink with them. Soft scabs that flake off on their own are the key to successful ink retention. Do not try to rush the scab-flaking process.


  • You can stop using ointment when you have no more scabs. This can last 4 to 10 days, but sometimes as long as 14 days. It is hard to say because people have different healing periods.   

What to Expect The Next 7 Days 

  1. The eyes will be swollen and sore, like you have been crying, with a heavier eye makeup look. For the first 3-4 days, the color is darker than it will appear when healed.

  2. The eyelids are swollen for a few hours after waking up, and your makeup will still look heavy.

  3. Swelling decreases but is not gone entirely. There is a tight feeling to your treated area. The top layers of skin begin to lift away. The soreness will become less as the treated area begins to exfoliate. A rough texture appears on the skin.

  4. There is a pinching feeling to your treated area. Some itching is normal as the skin begins to flake. When the eyeliner area begins to exfoliate, do not pick at it!

  5. Color is somewhat grayish and will take a few more days to clarify to full color. The pigmented area begins to shrink and soften in size and color over the next few days. As exfoliation completes, the color will appear a bit frosty; this will clarify in a few days.

  6. The color has lightened from its initial overly-dark appearance. For the next few days, the color may now be lighter than what the final color will be.

  7. The final color begins to stabilize and show through. The color will continue to soften as the healing process completes.

Other Things to Keep in Mind 

Keeping the area moist during the first 5-7 days will help the tattooed area hold color and heal evenly. It is normal for the pigment to fade 30-50% within the first two weeks.

  • Avoid hot tubs, steam rooms, public pools, sweaty exercise, or submerging the tattoo in water for the first 10 days. Sweat will prevent pigment from healing into the skin. Avoid alcohol and caffeine 1 day before the procedure to minimize any oozing, bleeding or swelling.

  • Wash daily with a light touch to remove bacteria, build-up of product and oils, and dead skin, use gentle soap (Dial, Cetaphil, Neutrogena), dry with a clean Q-Tip. Dab or pat the gentle non-alcoholic soap on the wound site. 

  • Do not expose the treated area to sun or tanning bed (3-4 weeks after procedure)

  • It is recommended to not sweat and exercise after the procedure for 2-3 days

  • Keep your hair away from your face

  • No makeup on the treated area for 7-14 days

  • Do not use mascara until outer healing is complete

  • Avoid sleeping on your face, use a fresh pillowcase

  • Avoid face-down swimming in pool, sea, lakes, and hot tubs for the first 7-10 days

  • Avoid excessive rinsing and hot water on the treated area

  • Do not wear contact lenses at least 48 hours; use a new pair when applied

  • Have sunglasses available

  • Do not dye, perm, or use an eyelash curler for 2 weeks

  • Eyes will be puffy and swollen for a few days

  • Eyes may feel dry or irritated

  • No eyelash serums or growth stimulation, those products might cause pigment migration

  • Do not use saline eye drops until healed 14 days (saline solution could pull out pigment)

  • Avoid facials, chemical peels, or microdermabrasion for 4 weeks.

  • Picking or pulling off skin that is not ready to come off will cause pigment loss and can pull out deeper tissue

  • Do not use decorative cosmetics on the treated area for 10-14 days.

  • Please don’t forget to book your touch-up in advance - at least 4 weeks from the initial session.

Very Important!

  • Picking or pulling off skin that is not ready to come off will cause pigment loss and can pull out deeper tissue

  • Do not use decorative cosmetics on the treated area for 10-14 days.

  • Please don’t forget to book your touch-up in advance - at least 4 weeks from the initial session.

For Lash Extensions

Lash Extensions

1. Avoid Sleeping on Your Sides 

2. Don't Curl Your Lashes

3. Don't Get Your Lashes Wet for 24 Hours

4. Avoid Using Mascara 

5. No Picking or Pulling Your Lashes

6. Schedule a Follow Up Appointment in 2-3 Weeks

7 After 24 hours Wash Lashes 1 -2 Times a Day 

8. Use Oil Tree Products

How To Properly Wash Your Lashes 

1. Apply Cool Water to the Extensions

2. Apply Foaming Cleanser to the Lashes 

3. With a fluffy clean makeup brush scrub the top and bottom of your lashes for about 10- 15 seconds.

4.Rinse with cool water

5. Once fully rinsed, pat dry with a clean paper towel.

6. Take either a fan or blow dryer and begin to dry the lashes. (When using a blow dryer make sure its on low or cool.)

7. Once slightly dry, take your disposable mascara brush and begin to brush the lashes while drying them. 

8. Once fully dried give it one last brush and you are good to go.

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