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Eyeliner Lips
Expect light to moderate swelling and redness. Witch hazel pads may be used to minimize swelling the day of and the day after procedure. Use Aquaphor or provided oil around the treated area for 2 or 3 days following the procedure. You must use NEW mascara to avoid contamination. No contact lenses for 2 days. Wash hands before touching eyelids. No exercise for 5 days. *Ointment pinhead size or 1 drop of oil. *DO NOT USE LATISSE OR LASH DYE FOR 4 WEEKS.EyebrowsExpect swelling, thickness and/or redness for 1 to 2 days following the procedure. Keep lightly glossed with Aquaphor Ointment or 1 drop of oil 2 times daily for 10 days. Wash and pat dry Day 2. No exercise for 5 days. *Ointment size of pinhead.Lipliner/LipcolorExpect moderate swelling, usually 1 to 2 days following the procedure. Keep moist with Aquaphor ointment or Liprotek for the next 5 to 7 days, then switch to chapstick or lipstick with an SPF of 15 or greater, as the sun tends to fade lip color quickly. After the procedure, the lips will appear to have too much color. After 3 to 4 days, the color will become lighter as the epidermis sloughs off. It will appear that you have lost all of your color; however, when your lips have healed completely, the dermal layer will gradually become darker. 2 or 3 applications may be required to achieve the desired results. It is not uncommon to lose up to 70% of the color on the first application. No exercise for 5 days.Scar Camouflage/Areola RestorationKeep area away from water for 24 hours. Keep moist with Aquaphor or oil provided for 3 to 5 days. No vigorous exercise for 24 hours. WASH HANDS BEFORE APPLYING THE PROVIDED OINTMENT.

  1.    Do not use any Retin-A or glycolic Acids while healing
  2.    Do not use Peroxide, Neosporin, or Bacetracin on any areas (no exceptions)
  3.    Do not scrub or pick treated areas
  4.    Do not expose area to sun or tanning beds
  5.    Avoid facials, swimming, steam rooms, hot tubs and/or whirlpools for at least 5 days (No ocean water or chlorine water)
  6.    Do not dye or tweeze eyebrows one week before procedure
  7.    Do not use Latisse on eyelashes for 4 weeks
  8.    No waxing until 10 days after procedure
  9.    Avoid hot showers and bath soaking
  10.    No sweating or exercise
  11.    Avoid sleeping on the face for 5 days
  12.    Lips: No teeth bleaching toothpastes or rinses (be careful when rinsing mouth)
  13.    No mascara for 5 days


  •  The known possible complications from micropigmentation are:

Redness   Dry patches   Tenderness   Swelling   Puffiness   Bruising   Itching

  • It is normal to lose approximately 1/3 of the color during the healing process.
  • After initial procedure, the color may be a shade too dark; in 6 days it will appear too light. After ten days, the color will show more.
  • It will appear softer when completely healed because the color will come from the dermal layer of the skin to the epidermal layer of the skin.




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Day(s) Effect
1 Swelling, tender, heavy, thick lipstick look with a reddish brick color effect. (Very bright color)
2 Slight swelling, reddish, and tender with a slight metallic flavor.

3 Less swelling, thicker texture, sore, hot feeling before exfoliation with an orange color effect.
4 Exfoliation begins, very chapped lips.
5 Very chapped, but almost finished with the first chapping stage.
6 A soft, rich color begins to appear.
7-13 Lip color disappears; the “frosty” (2nd chapping) stage begins, as a whitish/greyish haze on the lips.

 14  Color “blooms” from within more and more each day until day 21 (3 weeks post-procedure).
21 Healing complete; the color you see is the color you have. Your lips will remain a bit dry for a month or two. Use a good lip balm and they will return to normal, but full color.
Days Effect
1 Swollen, like you’ve been crying, with a heavier eye makeup look
2 Swollen, usually for only a few hours after waking up, with the heavy eye makeup look continuing.
3 Swelling decreases with a tight feeling. The pigment begins to lift away from the skin.

4 There is a “pinching” feeling. Some itching is normal as the skin begins to flake. DON’T PICK AT IT!
5 Blinking movements of the eye usually removes all pigment by this day. Color is somewhat greyish and will take a few more days to clarify to full color.

 Day(s)  Effect
 1  The eyebrows are approximately 20-25% darker and bolder than they will appear when healed.  Your skin is red under the pigment, which causes the color of the pigment to appear darker. There is some swelling, although difficult to actually see due to the thickness of the skin in the eyebrow area. This will subside. Exfoliation, which begins in a few days, will cause the excess pigment surrounding the eyebrow procedure area to flake away and a more narrow appearance will result.  New skin will heal over the pigmented area and result in a softer appearance of your eyebrows.  Don’t be concerned that your eyebrows initially appear darker and heavier in size than you desire.   This is all part of the process.
2 Conditions remain the same.
3 Eyebrows start to itch and will appear a bit thicker in texture. Exfoliation begins.
4 The skin begins to flake, peeling from the outside edge first.

5  Color finished flaking off and appears softer and greyer for a few days until color clarifies.
NOTE: Permanent makeup procedures are affected by the canvas (your skin) that they are performed  on. If your skin is sun damaged (even from tanning beds), thick and uneven texture, or excessively dry or oily, the result cannot be expected to be perfect after the initial procedure. Scars on the lips from  fever blisters cause pigment removal. Lifestyle, medications, smoking, metabolism, facial surgery, and  age of skin all contribute to fading. Touch-ups are needed 30 days after your initial procedure to  ensure the best results and to keep your permanent cosmetics looking the best. Your procedure  maintenance, as outlined in your pre/post-procedure directions, is extremely important.