PRE & POST

CARE

 

HEALING PROCESS

 

LIPS

 

EYEBROWS

 

EYELINER

 

HEALING PROCESS

 

 

Proper care following your procedure is important

and required to achieve optimum results.

 

Keep in mind that same intensity of the color will be lost, and/or the color may heal unevenly. This is normal for some procedures, especially after the initial application. This is the reason for the follow up appointment, to fill in any light areas, to go a little darker or thicker if desired, and to adjust shape or color if needed. Please read and follow the directions provided.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIPS:

 

 

 

(Make sure to start any medications before treatment

& continue to use if you are prone to cold sores.)

 

 

 

Step 1

Only only use the ointment I provide for you… Nothing else! You may start using your ointment immediately following the procedure and continue 7 to 14 days, apply several times a day.

 

Day 1-2

Healing process may begin on this day (continue to drink through a straw for the next three days. Avoid salty, spicy or oily foods.

 

Day 3

Swelling, tender, heavy thick and bright lipstick appears. You may experience discomfort in the lips….peeling process may begin on this day.

 

Day 4

Peeling begins or continues from the third day. The lips will start to peel all or most of the way by this day. The lips have gone without moisture directly on the lip tissue so they will feel very chapped. Keep moist with ointment at all times.

 

Day 5

Very chapped lips. You are almost finished with the first chapping state (there are two during the healing process.)

 

Day 6

You will begin to see a soft version of the color start to appear.

 

Day 7

Lips may or may not disappear. They may appear to be frosty. This is the second chapping process. They may appear to be a grayish or whitish haze over the lips. This may continue for up to 13 days.

 

Day14

Starts to really bloom from with in more and more each day. The lips are starting to rehydrate allowing the color to show.

 

Day 30

The healing process is primarily complete. The color you see now can be considered your permanent lip color. Lips may remain dry for up to two months, use a good lip balm and sunscreen and they will soon return to normal. If a touch up is needed, eight weeks of healing is required. So you may experience a prolong frosting stage and will see lots of color by the seventh day. Note…. you may see changes in your lip color based on your body's temperature. Additional treatments may be required for lips. When your body is cold or you may see less color. When your body is warm or you may see more color, brighter or more vibrant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EYEBROWS:

 

 

 

Step 1

No ointment for the first 24 hours. Apply a thin, light coat of ointment before showering. After shower blot right off excess ointment and keep the area free from moisture until complete dry heal of 10 days.

 

Day 1-3

Your eyebrows are about 15 to 20% darker than what they will heal to be. They will also appear thicker and darker. This is due to trauma and swelling to the area. Don't be concerned with the darker, thicker appearance, this is part of the healing process. You may also have redness that will subside within the first 48 hours. Start ointment after 24 to 48 hours, don't forget to blot off excess fluids.

 

Day 4

The peeling begins. The brow will start peeling off revealing the softer lighter color.

 

Day 5-8

Brow color finally is peeling off. The color is lighter and softer, and the brows themselves are a little thinner. The color may have a gray-ish or ashy tone for a few days until the color clarifies. It may appear that you are missing color and have light areas at this time, this is due to the layers of dry skin over the new pigment. Give your eyebrows 8 weeks to heal and for the color to fully bloom. Use ointment no longer than 10 days. After Ink can now be used for dryness after the 10 days.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EYELINER:

 

 

 

Step 1

No ointment for the first 48 to 72 hours, after which you apply a very light coat of ointment once in the morning and evening for the next 2 to 3 days. Use ointment sparingly on eyes, they will be very sensitive to ointment. Apply to the eyeliner above not below's lashes itself. Cool packs maybe used to help reduce swelling, 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off. Swelling will greatly reduce after the second day.

 

Day 1

Slight to heavy swelling. This depends on the amount of histamines in each client’s body. You may have bruising. You may appear as though you have been crying or have allergies. The eyeliner will appear thicker and darker than what it will heal to be. No contact lenses for five days. No Visine.

 

Day 2

The morning of day two, most likely the swelling will peak. Plan to use your cool packs! The darker and thicker eyeliner appears, and the area will feel tight and tender.

 

Day 3-4

Less swelling. The eyes will still feel tight and somewhat darker. The peeling process begins. Start ointment 48 to 24 hours. Some feeling of pinching and itching is quite normal.

 

Day5-7

More peeling occurs, do not pick or pull off, let scabs fall off naturally.

 

Note:

Dark outer color continues to flake off and you will see a softer, thinner eyeliner. Color may look ashy until the color clarifies, a second treatment is required. You can go back to wearing your contact lenses at the five.

 

Note:

Wait eight weeks before applying eyelashes or eyelash extensions, as well as using Latisse or any other like products. Latisse and other like products have been documented to lighten the tattoo colored on some occasions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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