Firstly, you will receive a medical form via email to fill and send back. This is to check you are a suitable candidate for permanent makeup.
Secondly, we discuss results and manage expectations. Taking into account skin type and skin condition we discuss the ideal shape and colour for you (this is a great time for you to show us any reference photos you have).
Next, we pre-draw a shape individual to you to give an idea of shape and size. Nothing goes ahead until you are 100% happy with the shape and colour choice.
The treatment begins, working brow to brow with the highest quality inks and tools available for the best results. This is a low pain treatment, you may experience a scratchy feeling and discomfort is minimal.
Finally, we show you your brows and book your touch up appointment.
Appointments last approximately 3 hours
Under 18’s cannot be present so please make necessary arrangements.
Please come to your appointment wearing your daily make up as this helps to communicate your colour and shape preference
No botox treatments should be done 3 weeks prior
No chemical peels 8 weeks before procedure
No retinols, anti-aging/acne creams or serums containing acids to be used 4 weeks prior
Avoid workouts/ heavy sweating and saunas the day of the procedure
Do not tan or have a sunburned face the day of procedure
No waxing or tinting 3 days before procedure
Stop taking aspirin, niacin, vitamin e, fish oil, CoQ10 and ibuprofen 48 hrs before procedure
No alcohol or caffeine 24 hrs before procedure
After your pmu treatment;
Do not give blood for 6 months following a permanent make up procedure.
No chemical peels for 8 weeks after treatment
No botox treatments should be done 3 weeks after
Avoid workouts/ heavy sweating and saunas for two weeks
Do not have any form of laser in the direct area as the pigment will alter due to titanium dioxide in the pigment.
For MRI scans inform the operator of your pmu procedure, you may feel a slight tingling sensation in the area.
If the area becomes infected, please seek medical advice from your GP.