I agree with you, if the procedure is not done correctly, you will have botched up work and have to live with it since it is permanent. If you do you’ll see light spots in the healed result. Do not expose the area to dirty or unsanitary conditions. Day 7 Lip color may or may not disappear. This is especially important for an eyeliner procedure. Each person’s response to this question will vary, as each client’s threshold of discomfort is different. LIPS MAY LOOK TOO LIGHT.
Put ointment on before and after showers. IS IT BETTER TO GET THESE PROCEDURES DONE AT DOCTOR’S OFFICE? Apply RecoverAll or A&D ointment to the treatment area 2-3 times per day for the following week, or whenever the area feels dry. Day 1: Every hour after the procedure rinse the area with saline or you can gently wipe the area with a cotton pad dipped in distilled water, then apply ointment (only a thin layer as the skin needs to breath). Some clients take pain relieving tablets prior to the treatment. Unfortunately our lips get smaller as we mature. Color enhancers are suggested ‘as needed’ to keep the procedure looking ‘fresh and new’.
Color Correction & Camouflages – Cosmetic tattooing can be used to correct faded and undesired color, as well as camouflaging of scars and re-pigmenting the areola and nipples. There are different methods available, however, to help with discomfort management, including various topical anesthetics that are specifically developed for our industry. Most women eventually want to have their whole lip colored in permanently, because it looks the most natural. If you wait too long many of your extensions may fall off and you will need to have the full set re-applied. These include infection, allergic reaction, misplaced color, scarring, undesired result or color. Pregnancy – You cannot receive a tattoo of any type while pregnant. Be prepared to be bruised and swollen for 2-3 days after the completion of the procedure.
All procedure supplies are disposable and used only once for your safety. Rebecca will then discuss your desired look and explain how this can be achieved. The first visit of the procedure is the Saturation visit. Each procedure is done under strict sanitation and sterilization rules. A complete cycle of internal healing usually occurs within 2 weeks to a month. I strictly adhere to both OSHA guidelines for proper infection control practices. Suzanne will provide after care treatment instructions after your procedure.
Remember to bring your glasses. Then after 10-30 minutes we begin the service and more topical anesthetics are applied frequently during the procedure. Remember, no two sides of the face are the same. Permanent Cosmetics allow busy people to look their best at all times, enhancing the beauty of those who desire more than what Mother Nature gave them. Others are thinner and require less implantation in one session to maintain the integrity of healthy skin in the area. This is why your followup appointment is made 6 weeks after your initial procedure appointment. -Water or liquids for 2 weeks LONG TERM CARE FOR ALL PROCEDURES Use a good sun screen daily once healed.
What this means is, you can be assured the product going into your skin will give you years of long lasting stable color that is scientifically proven to be perfectly safe, and even though color naturally fades, many colors will last a lifetime. NO facials, botox, chemical treatments and microdermabrasion for 4 weeks. If you leave it to well after a year or more to come back it is not considered a re-touch and I charge the new treatment fee and advise a follow up colour adjustment iwhtin 4-6 weeks. After 1 month of healing, be sure to call and make your follow-up appointment. Cleopatra is believed to have been adorned with permanent makeup and Egyptian mummies have been recovered with face and body tattoos intact. Natural pigments are placed directly under the epidermal layer of the skin, resulting in a more natural apperence than regular cosmetics. Dr.
Electrolysis should not be done within five days of the procedure. Permanent cosmetic makeup is the art and science of implanting color into your skin. Do you have little time for make-up? Or maybe you want to enhance your natural beauty and look different? Permanent makeup, also known as micro-pigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, dates back to the early 1980s and can allow anyone to get up in the morning and bypass the rigorous and lengthy makeup routine we all dread. PATIENT INFORMATION GUIDE Table of Contents GLOSSARY……………………………………… Since delicate skin / sensitive areas may swell or redden slightly, it is advised that you don’t make any social plans or schedule important meetings for the same day.
EXTENSIONS TO AN EYELINER APPOINTMENT! Permanent Makeup, also known as Permanent Cosmetics or Intradermal Cosmetics, is a process of implanting pigment, not ink, into the dermal layer of the skin.