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What you NEED to do before any Semi Permanent Makeup

Hi loves,

How are you? First of all, thank you for investing in yourself and in your clients! You’re going to love your new semi permanent makeup and how EASY it makes your life!

Proper preparation for a semi permanent makeup will help to achieve the best possible healed results, so be sure to prepare accordingly.

Here’s a few important things you need to do and be aware of before we do your treatment (this includes your 6 week top up’s and your colour boosts!)

  • If you need your eyebrows waxing or tinting beforehand please book in 4-5 days before. This can't be done on the day.

  • NO caffeine 24 hours before your appointment. This means tea, coffee, canned drinks etc. This is because caffeine thins your blood and may cause you to spot bleed which will push the pigment back out that I have implanted!

  • No working out or heavy sweating on the day of and before your treatment.

  • NO botox or fillers should be done 3 weeks prior to your appointment.

  • No Invasive Chemical Peels or facials within 6 weeks as this will cause the brows to peel and heal quicker than the normal process.

  • No sun burn on your face

  • No tanning a week before

  • Stop taking aspirin, niacin, vitamin E, fish oil, CoQ10 and ibuprofen 48 hours before procedure. Please consult your doctor if you need authorization to do so.

  • No Retinols/Retin-A or other anti-aging/acne creams, or serums containing acids to be used 7-10 days before as these will fade brows prematurely

Here's the annoying bit, Semi Permanent Makeup is not recommended for people who:

  • Sick with covid, cold, flu, or sinus/respiratory infection (please reschedule your appointment and stay home to recover)

  • Skin irritations including: sunburn, rash, eczema, shingles, acne, or psoriasis near the treated area

  • Pregnant or nursing

  • Under age 18

  • Had Botox within 3 weeks from scheduled appointment

  • Used Accutane in the past year

  • Diabetes

  • Epilepsy

  • Undergoing chemo

  • Prone to keloid scarring

  • Pacemaker or major heart problems

  • Had an organ transplant

  • Viral infections and or diseases

  • Transmittable blood disease, HIV or Hepatitis


The following medications are known to affect the blood clotting process. Therefore, these medications need to be avoided (7) seven days prior to your procedure.


Actron Advil Aggrenox Aleve Alka-Seltzer Anacin Anaprox Anexsia w/Code Anodynos Ansaid A.P.C. Artrotec A.S.A. Ascriptin Aspergum Aspirin Axotal


B-A-C Bayer Bexophene Bextra Brilinta Buffered Aspirin Buffaprin Bufferin Buffinol


Cama Arthritis Strength Cataflam Celebrex Cheracol Capsules Clinoril Clopidogrel Combunox Congespirin


Damason-P Darvon Dasin Daypro DHC plus Dia-Gesic Diclofenac Dipryridamole Disalcid Dolabid Dolprin #3 Doxaphene Dristan


Easprin Ecotrin Emagrin Forte Empirin Equagesic Equazine Etodolac Excedrin


Feldene Fenoprofen Fiogesic Fiorgen PF Fiorinal 4-Way Cold Tablets


Ginko Biloba Gemnisyn


Ibuprofen Indocin Indomethacin


Ketoprofen Ketorolac


Liquprin Lodine Lortab


Magnaprin Marnal Measurin Meclofenamate Mefenamic Meloxicam Meprobamate Midol Mobic Momentum Motrin


Nabumetone Naprelan Naprapac Naprosyn Naproxen Norgesic Nuprin


Orudis Oruvail Oxaprozin


Pabalate P-A-C Percodan Persantine Persistin Piroxican Plavix Pletal Ponstel Prevacid w/ Naprapac Presalin Profen


Relafen Robaxisal Roxiprin Rufen


Salsalate Saleto Salocol Soma Compound Sprix Nasal Spray St. Joseph Sulindac Supac Synalgos-DC


Talwin Ticagrelor Ticlopidine Ticlid Tolectin Tolmetin Toradol Trental Trigesic Trilisate


Ultraprin Uni-Pro


Vanguish Vicoprofen Vimovo Vitamin E Voltaren


Zipsor Zorpin

If you aren't sure about anything or have more questions please give me a call in the academy or send me an email and ill be happy to help.

See you soon

Love & Glamour,

Han xx

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