What Shall I Do Before Receiving My Permanent Cosmetic Enhancement ?

Prior to your permanent cosmetic enhancement think about the look that you wish to achieve. As experts in the field of color analysis and makeovers, we ensure that the correct colors and styles are chosen for you, however you are part of the decision making process.

Permanent cosmetic enhancements normally require multiple application sessions. To achieve the best results you will be required to return for at least one touch up six to eight weeks after the initial application.

Be prepared for the color intensity to be significantly sharper and darker immediately after the procedure. This will subside and become softer as the skin heals. This process can take up to fourteen days.

General Pre Advice

  •  Please wear your normal make-up to your enhancement appointment.  Bring pictures of your eyebrow inspirations.

  • Do not take anything that will thin your blood such as Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Ibuprofin, Fish oil supplements 24 hours before procedure.  Tylenol is acceptable.

  • Wash your hair in the morning as you will need to avoid getting your eyebrows wet for 24 hours after the procedure.

  • Do not discontinue any medication before consulting your doctor.

  • Keep alcohol intake to a minimum 2 days prior to and after your enhancement.

  • Do not use Retin A skincare products close to the enhancement area 1 month prior to and after your procedure.

  • Do not get botox treatment 4 weeks prior to procedure.

  •  Waxing treatments should be performed no less than 3 days prior to your enhancement.

  • IPL laser hair removal should be performed no less than 2 weeks prior to your enhancement.

  • Electrolysis treatments should be performed no less than 5 days prior to your enhancement.

  •  Eyebrow tinting should not be undertaken for 2 weeks prior to and after your enhancement.

  • You may experience hypersensitivity and more pain around or during your menstrual cycle

  • Tattooing will not be done over blemishes, sores and moles around the brow area.