(To be followed for original procedure and ALL touch ups)
After your eyebrow procedure, you will be swollen. Some clients will swell minimally and some will swell more. Everyone heals
differently. This can cause the area(s) to appear uneven, red, itchy and irritated when healing. The area(s) will also appear much
darker and thicker than the final result. You can expect eyebrows to fade anywhere from 10% – 50% this typically happens within
3-30 days of the first procedure. There WILL BE some shedding of skin with color in it as the area heals. Do not pick. Some
areas of the eyebrows WILL fade more than other areas and as the pigment oxidizes it will start to darken up a litytle over a 2-3
week period.(This varies person to person). YOUR APPOINTMENT WILL NOT BE MOVED UP OR MADE SOONER IF THIS
ALL PERMANENT MAKEUP RESULTS VARY FROM PERSON TO PERSON.
For skin types such as African American, Indian, Philippine, Italian, oily/severely oily skin and the like, please note that the hair
strokes WILL blend more with your skin tone and may not appear as defined as on lighter skin types. Redheads, blondes and
fair skin types will experience more swelling, redness, crusting or scabbing and some areas will fade substantially. They can look
more powdered or solid looking and there is a possibility of no retention.
Smoking will affect your results and may cause the pigment to fade prematurely.
IF YOU HAVE HAD YOUR EYEBROWS DONE BEFORE, PRIOR TO ADRIANNE, THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES AS TO THE
RETENTION OF THE PIGMENT. IT WILL FADE SOONER, & MAY NOT TAKE AT ALL. AT SOME POINT MARY WILL NO
LONGER BE ABLE TO DO THEM DUE TO SCAR TISSUE.
A cream will be applied right after the procedure and it will protect the area for the first 3 days. After 72 hours apply GRAPESEED
OIL (a very thin layer) to the brows in the (4x a day) morning or evening for the remaining 11 days. If you should experience any
scabbing, crusting, or flaking, please let it exfoliate naturally. This will prevent any unnecessary infections or additional pigment
loss. If the area is still dry and flaky after the 14 days you can continue the grapeseed oil. It is OK to wash the brows after the 2
weeks; avoid scrubbing them.
When you leave the office, the hair strokes are intact. How your body heals them is out of the control of the
technician. This is 100% your bodies job. Even when following the aftercare fading, blurring or poor retention can
still happen depending on your skin and lifestyle. This is NOT the fault of the technician.
If you go elsewhere for any touchups after Adrianne has done them, she will no longer do your procedures.
Permanent Makeup is an art, NOT a science. Client’s results will vary and using a pencil or powder will still be
needed. We have no control over your body’s healing process and each time a procedure is done, the pigment will
have less retention due to scar tissue. Touch ups will not be done any sooner.
ABSOLUTELY NO GETTING THEM DIRECTLY WET: WATER, POOL, OCEAN, SUN (HEAT) FOR 30 DAYS BEFORE AND
30 DAYS AFTER, SWEATING (OF ANY KIND), YOGA, SWIMMING, GYM/EXERSION FOR 2 WEEKS. NO TANNING &
RETINOLS/ANTI-AGING CREAMS FOR 30 DAYS BEFORE THE PROCEDURE AND FOR 30 DAYS AFTER. IF YOU DO NOT
WAIT THE 14 DAYS, YOU WILL RUIN THE RESULTS. IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THIS AFTERCARE, WE WILL KNOW AND
HAVE THE RIGHT TO RELEASE YOU FROM ANY FUTURE SERVICES. IF YOU WORK OUT REGULARLY, YOUR RESULTS
WILL HEAL MORE TO A POWDERED LOOK DUE TO THE SWEATING AND OILS THE BODY PRODUCES WHEN IT GETS
HEATED/SWEATY. I ACCEPT THESE RISKS & POSSIBILITY OF THIS HAPPENING.
PERMANENT MAKEUP WILL APPEAR MORE SOLID OR POWDERED AS YOUR SKIN AGES & AT SOME POINT FUTURE
PROCEDURES WILL NOT BE AN OPTION.
POWDER BROWS & HAIRSTROKE BY MACHINE TOUCH UPS
It is standard procedure in our office to see our clients back 6-12 MONTHS after their original procedure for their first touch up.
This is necessary to fine-tune the treated area. After the first touch up, it is recommended to schedule a 2 year touch up to
maintain the color. Touch ups will not be done any sooner than 2 years from last appointment. No exceptions. All aftercare rules
apply to all subsequent appointments as well.