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Cosmetic Powder Brow

Pre And Post Care/Video Release Consent

Pre-procedure information and advice

  • Multiple treatment sessions are typically required for permanent makeup procedures. Clients will need to return for at least one finishing session, usually 5-7 weeks after the initial procedure. Additional touch-ups may be necessary for those with oily skin. Please note that immediately after the procedure, the color will appear significantly darker and sharper, but it will gradually reduce by 30-50%

 

  • Although numbing cream or solution is used, clients may still experience sensitivity or discomfort during the procedure. It is normal for the skin to appear red, bruised, and/or swollen afterward.

 

  • Refrain from consuming alcohol 24 hours before the treatment.

 

  • Unless medically necessary, avoid taking blood-thinning substances such as fish oils, herbals, Vitamin E, aspirin, and ibuprofen, and do not donate plasma within 7 days before the procedure.

 

  • If possible, avoid consuming certain herbs and spices before the appointment, including black pepper, cardamom, ginger, cayenne, cinnamon, garlic, horseradish, and mustard.

 

  • A patch test can be conducted unless the client chooses to waive it. It is the client's responsibility to schedule the patch test at least one week before the procedure.

 

  • Patients prone to cold sores or fever blisters should take an antiviral medication before the treatment. Hormone therapies can affect pigmentation and may cause sensitivity.

 

  • Discontinue the use of brow- or lash-growth serums such as Latisse or RevitaLash before the procedure, as they can lead to sensitivity and affect pigment retention.

 

  • Avoid Botox, AHA products, and retinoids for two weeks prior to the procedure.

 

Topical Anesthetic Advice:

Allergic reactions can occur as a result of using anesthetics such as lidocaine during the procedure. If you experience an allergic reaction, it is important to contact your doctor immediately. Symptoms of an allergic reaction may include redness, swelling, rash, blistering, dryness, or any other signs typically associated with an allergic response.

 

What to expect on the day of the procedure

Permanent Brows Procedure

 

Upon arrival at your appointment, a customised brow map will be created by your permanent makeup artist. This process involves drawing a series of horizontal, vertical, and diagonal lines using an oil-based pencil. These lines will frame the area where hair-like strokes, shading, or a combination of both will be micro- pigmented or tattooed into the dermis of the skin. The following steps outline the procedure:

 

Consultation: You will have a consultation with your permanent makeup artist to discuss your desired brow shape and color. During this consultation, the artist will also examine your skin type and inquire about any allergies or medical conditions you may have.

 

Numbing: This will be applied after the first few passes, for most people, this completely numbs the area being treated

 

Mapping: Using a surgical marker and an oil based pencil, the artist will outline the shape of your new brows, taking into consideration your natural brow shape and facial features.

 

Pigment Application: Using a handheld device equipped with a small needle, the artist will meticulously apply pigment to the skin

 

Procedure: The duration of the procedure typically ranges from 1 to 2 hours, depending on the complexity of the desired brow shape and the amount of pigment required. Following the procedure, it is crucial to follow the provided aftercare instructions diligently to promote proper healing and achieve optimal results.

Post-procedure information and advice

To ensure proper healing and beautiful results for your new eyebrows, it is important to follow these aftercare instructions:

 

Day 1: On the day of the procedure, gently cleanse the treated area using a mild, fragrance-free cleanser and water. Apply a thin layer of the provided aftercare ointment. (this will be provided on the day of your first appointment)

 

Days 2-14: Apply a small amount of aftercare ointment to the treated area two to three times a day, using a clean cotton swab. Avoid picking, scratching, or rubbing the area to prevent scarring or pigment loss.

 

  • Keep the treated area dry for 24 hours following the procedure and avoid activities such as swimming, saunas, and hot tubs for at least two weeks. Direct sunlight should also be avoided, as it can cause the pigment to fade.

 

  • Refrain from applying makeup or skincare products to the treated area for at least one week. When you do resume using these products, be gentle and avoid rubbing the treated area.

 

  • If you experience itching, redness, or swelling, you can apply a cool compress to the area. However, avoid scratching or picking at the treated area to prevent scarring or pigment loss.

 

  • If you have any questions or concerns about your aftercare, reach out to Summer via email or message. Follow-up appointments may be necessary to ensure proper healing of your permanent makeup.

 

  • Remember that permanent makeup is a process, and it may take several weeks for the final results to be visible. Be patient, follow the aftercare instructions diligently, and enjoy your beautiful new eyebrows.

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