AM I A CANDIDATE?
Before deciding to get any permanent makeup, it is important to first find out if it is right for you.
You must be at least 18 years old to receive a permanent makeup/cosmetic tattoo service from me.
NOT FOR YOU
Pregnant or Nursing
Prone to developing keloids
Unrealistic expectations from permanent makeup and its results
Known allergies to pigments used (Colors: Red, Yellow, Black, Orange, Violet, and Green)
Known allergies to ingredients in pigments used (Ingredients: Glycerin, Isopropyl Alcohol, Iron Oxides, Titanium Dioxide, and Ethanol)
Known allergies to topical anesthetics used (Lidocaine, Benzocaine, Tetracaine, and Epinephrine)
Serious heart problems
Had an organ transplant
WAIT BEFORE BOOKING
Previously tattooed eyebrows done by another artist and needs a cover-up/correction work. You must wait until your permanent makeup significantly fades, as I do not perform correction work. For a cover-up, first find out if your eyebrows are workable, you can email your request and pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org for approval
Skin condition on/near area to be tattooed (Acne, Psoriasis, Eczema, Rash, etc.)
Sunburn/new tan on the area of the face
Recent facials, chemical treatments/peels, microdermabrasion in the last 2 weeks
Using Accutane or have used in the last 12 months
Sick with a cold or flu
Extremely oily skin. The original Microblading eyebrow technique (hairstrokes only & no shading) will not work well for you. The constant amount of oil that your skin produces will cause the permanent makeup to heal with a powdery look instead of precise and defined hair-like strands. Good news, you can now opt for the new technique Microshading (Microblading + Powder Shading) for better results on oily skin. We’ll emphasize more on Powder Shading and less Microblading.
Little to no existing hair. Your permanent makeup may look more 2-dimensional with less depth compared to clients who have more natural eyebrow hair. But no worries, with the new technique Microshading (Microblading + Powder Shading), the results will be just right, natural with enough density and definition.
Frequent smoker. Your permanent makeup may fade sooner, and the topical anesthetics used during the procedure may not last as long.
Iron deficient or anemic. Your permanent makeup may fade sooner, and bleeding/bruising may occur during and after the procedure.