Client Forms

We’ve provided these forms to help expedite your intake process. Please download, print, and complete prior to
your visit.

Before You Book Your Appointment

Do check your upcoming [post-appointment] personal schedule: You will go through a healing process after your procedure. It is strongly advised to avoid cosmetics, strenuous activity, direct sunlight, excessive contact with water, and more.

Make sure you do not have any upcoming events, vacations, or social plans that will require you to compromise your recent procedure. Your perfection visit will also be scheduled 30 to 45 days after your initial appointment and the healing process will be the same. Please Note: You may be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.

Patients on prescription medications should check with their doctor regarding interactions, especially those on heart medications or blood thinners. Some medications and herbs can increase swelling and bleeding. Never discontinue a medication your doctor has recommended for you without direct orders from them. Consult with your doctor before scheduling your appointment if you are unsure.

Pre-procedure Instructions for Permanent Makeup

  • Wear something comfortable for your procedure day. Do not wear your good clothes because pigment might splatter on them.
  • Drink plenty of water. Hydrated skin will take pigment much better.
  • Do not take Aspirin or any type of OTC that may thin your blood.
  • Avoid wearing contacts for any procedure near the eyes.
  • 24 Hours Before Procedure: Avoid exercise, alcohol, and caffeine.
  • 72 Hours Before Procedure: Do not tint or remove hair by any method in the procedure area
  • One Week Before Procedure: Do not go in the sun or tanning.
  • Three Weeks Before Procedure: Discontinue Botox and Filler appointments three weeks prior and three
    weeks post procedure.
  • Four Weeks Before Procedure: Discontinue Glycolics, Chemical Peels, AHAs, Retinols or any type of skin
    care product with an acid. Discontinue Latisse or any growth serums in the procedure area.
  • One Year Before Procedure: Discontinue Accutane
  • 24 Hours Before Procedure: Discontinue use of eyelash curler
  • 72 Hours Before Procedure: No Lash Lifts, Lash Perms, or Lash Tints.
  • One Week Before Procedure: Remove eyelash extensions.
  • Four Weeks Before Procedure: Discontinue Latisse or any growth serums.
  • You must have MD release for any eye surgery in the last two years.
  • Bring sunglasses to wear home as eyes may be light sensitive. Plan on wearing glasses instead of
    contacts for the first 24-48 hours.
  • 72 Hours Before Procedure: Do not tint or remove hair by any method.
  • One Week Before Procedure: Discontinue electrolysis.
  • Three Weeks Before Procedure: Discontinue Botox three weeks prior and three weeks post procedure.
  • You must have MD release for any surgery in the brow area in the last two years.
  • 72 Hours Before Procedure: For any clients that are prone to cold sores or have HSV-1, a prescription
    antiviral is required. Physician recommendations are usually to begin three days prior to your
    appointment and continue for the full course of 7-10 days.
  • Three Weeks Before Procedure: Discontinue lip fillers three weeks prior and three weeks post
    procedure.
  • You must have MD release for any lip surgery in the last two years.

Who is not a candidate for Permanent Makeup?

 

  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Anyone with an active infection or on antibiotics.
  • Clients under the care of a Physician for a heart condition including, but not limited to blood thinners, pacemakers, and defibrillators. Also, anyone with a history of Hemophilia and/or platelet disorders
  • Those that have or are prone to keloid scarring.
  • Anyone with a history of Shingles on the face.
  • Any skin conditions in the procedure area. This includes but is not limited to Eczema, Psoriasis or
    Dermatitis.
  • Those who have had any type of organ transplant or are on anti-rejection medications.
  • Clients with an Auto Immune Disorder of any kind (must have MD release.)

Long-Term Care and Preservation of your Permanent Makeup

 

  • Use a daily moisturizer with an SPF of 30+
  • Limit sun exposure
  • Avoid products with Retinal or lightning agents around procedure area
  • Avoid tanning, smoking, and any harmful skin irritants
  • Stay hydrated, your skin with be grateful

Client Forms

We’ve provided these forms to help expedite your intake process. Please download, print, and complete prior to your visit.

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