Aftercare for your Brows, Lips, & Eyeliner

Aftercare for your new brows, lips, and eyeliner Aftercare is EVERYTHING! The results of your new cosmetic tattoo(s) are highly dependant on you. You will increase your chances of a favourable outcome by following the post procedure care instructions as outlined below. 


  • DAY 1– if the treatment area is producing lymph or blood (clear, yellowish fluid) take care to gently blot the area using a clean cotton pad moistened with sterile water.
  • Follow the appropriate healing protocol for your unique skin type–
    • Oily/ Combination skin types will follow a ‘dry heal’ protocol by leaving the brows alone until the scabs fall off, at which point you will begin applying your prescribed aftercare lotion/balm.
    • Dry skin types will follow the moisturizing protocol, whereby you will be asked to apply the provided balm using clean fingers or the provided micro-swabs (3 times per day) once the lymph and blood have stopped.
  • Wash your face twice daily – don’t worry, this will not wash away your pigment.
    • Before bed, using a very light touch, gently wash the treated area with clean, cool water to remove bacteria and dead skin.  Use your fingertips to gently rub the area for 10 seconds and then rinse with water ensuring that all soap is rinsed away.  Do not scrub or scrape at brows.
    • Gently pat your face dry.
  • Change your pillowcase/ sheets as soon as you get home after the procedure. 
  • As necessary, apply a clean, cold compress over the treated area for maximum of 10 minutes at a time to alleviate swelling & discomfort. Do not apply ice or frozen gel packs directly to the face as the extreme cold will disrupt the healing process. You may talk to your doctor or pharmacist about over the counter pain relief such as Tylenol. 
  • Protect your face against prolonged sun exposure by wearing a hat and/or sunglasses. Do not apply sunblock until after your scabs have fallen off and/or flaking has stopped.
  • Apply pressure with a clean Q-Tip should your brows become itchy.
  • Clean your brows with saline solution and a clean Q-Tip or Cotton Swab should your new brows come in contact with a potential irritant (soaps, make up, etc.,).
  • Consult your physician if an infection occurs.
  • Schedule your touch-up for 6-8 weeks after your initial session.
    • check my source REMEMBER— all permanent makeup procedures require a minimum of two treatments to be deemed ‘complete’! 
    • Feelings of ‘disappointment’ are completely normal after your first treatment because the job is only half done!
    • Reserve judgement of your finished cosmetic makeup procedure until all of the necessary touch up work has been completed.
    • Trust the process!
  • Enjoy the convenience of waking up daily with perfect brows!
  • Tell your friends & family about us, especially if they could use a little eyebrow magic themselves… ask about our referral program!
  • Come back for maintenance appointment every 1-3 years to keep your cosmetic tattoo’s looking their best.


  • DO NOT freak out if your brows/ lips/ lash line darken over the first 5 days– this is expected & completely normal!
  • DO NOT smoke following your lip procedure until all of your scabs have fallen off. It’s not good for you, and your lungs will thank you!
  • DO NOT kiss or engage in any bedroom activities that will expose your treated area to bodily fluids.
  • DO NOT freak out or be upset when your scabs fall off and the colour appears dramatically lighter– the pigment is deposited into the upper dermal layer and needs time to rise to the surface as your skin heals over the next couple of weeks. It takes about one month for the colour to ‘bloom’.
  • over here REMEMBER— any ‘permanent’ makeup process is a minimum 2 step process.
    • Feelings of ‘disappointment’ are completely normal after your first treatment because the job is only half done!
    • Reserve judgement of your finished cosmetic makeup procedure until all of the necessary touch up work has been completed.
    • Trust the process!
  • DO NOT touch the treated area with dirty fingers. 
  • DO NOT apply makeup before your scabs have fallen off and the skin has finished flaking. Makeup can increase the risk of infection and slow down the healing process.
  • DO NOT apply your regular lip balm following your lip procedure– ONLY use the prescribed balm/ lotion until 2 weeks following your lip procedure.
  • DO NOT scratch or pick your scabs, no matter how itchy your brows may be. You will lift the pigment right off your skin, along with the scabs. Try tapping around the area with clean fingertips.
  • DO NOT vigorously exercise– sweat could irritate & infect the treated area.
  • DO NOT take a hot bath, sit in a sauna, or do anything that will result in excessive sweating.
  • DO NOT submerge your face in water or put your face in direct contact with your shower stream. Known Complications of Cosmetic Tattooing

have a peek at this website Please note that the following are all NORMAL reactions to any treatment:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Puffiness
  • Dry patches
  • Bruising
  • Tenderness

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novel santhy agatha dating with the dark Cosmetic tattoo procedures are affected by the canvas that they are performed on (your skin).  As such, it is expected that healed results will NOT be perfect after the initial procedure. This is especially true if your skin is sun damaged (even from tanning beds), thick and uneven in texture, or excessively dry or oily. Lifestyle, medications, smoking, metabolism, facial surgery, and age of skin all contribute to fading.

rencontre lgbt Touch-ups are required after a minimum of 6-8 weeks following your initial treatment to ensure best results and to keep your permanent cosmetics looking their best. This also allows the artists to perfect the finished look. 

Expect to experience a rollercoaster of emotions! If you have any questions or concerns during the healing process do not hesitate to contact us!

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  • Exposure to the sun over time can cause fading and discoloration of the pigment. Once completely healed, you may apply sunscreen on the treated area. Wear large sunglasses and a hat for further protection.
  • Rinse and dry the area thoroughly when in contact with chlorine.
  • Glycolic acid, microdermabrasion, and chemical face peel products must be kept away from the tattooed area as continued use could lighten the pigment.
  • If you are having laser resurfacing or laser hair removal after your tattoo has healed, please inform the laser technician. Continue at your own discretion. Laser procedures may darken, lighten, or discolor the tattooed area.
  • Once the treated area is completely healed, any changes or additions that need to be made can be done at your follow-up. Your aftercare maintenance, as outlined above, is very important and will directly impact the outcome of your tattoo. We do not offer guarantees for any treatments.