After Care

'Wake up &  don't make up'

What to Expect (Eye Brows)


  • Eyebrows will appear a bit darker than the originally intended colour- don't panic, this is normal.
  • After about 3-5 days, the top layer of skin will begin to peel and the colour will lighten.
  • Generally, minimal swelling occurs in this part of the body, but you may notice the area gets itchy, and it's very important you don't scratch as this can cause infection.

What to Expect (Lips)


  • Lip procedure can sometimes cause swelling and bruising to the treated area.
  • It is important to avoid spicy and salty foods for a few days, to avoid irritation to the skin.
  • Drinking liquid through a straw is recommended to avoid lips having direct contact with liquid.
  • Colour may appear right after the procedure but will fade to your desired colour after 7-10 days. After approximately 21 days, the lips should be healed completely.

What to Expect (Eyeliner)


  • Eyeliner may make your eyes a bit puffy or bloodshot the first few days following your procedure.
  • This will subside, especially if you elevate your head while sleeping. The lash area can be tender as the tattoo heals and the skin naturally exfoliates.

Post Proceder Instructions

  • It is imperative that you do not peel, pick, or scratch the treatment area.
  • If swelling or discomfort occurs, disposable cold packs may be applied to the area that has been wrapped in a cloth.
  • Avoid contact with direct sunlight and water as well, which can have negative impacts on the healing process.
  • Only touch your permanent makeup tattoo with clean hands or a sterile cotton ball or q-tip.
  • No makeup or lotions should be applied on or around the treated area for at least 7 days so the skin can breathe and heal more quickly.
  • Do not splash or wash your face. If the areas do get wet, gently pat dry using a clean tissue.
  • Avoid hot tubs, tanning beds, saunas, salt water, chlorinated pools and direct showers.
  • Do not receive eyebrow tinting, waxing or threading or any growth products for a minimum of 2 weeks following the procedure.


  • Once your permanent makeup has healed, practising good skin care can help maintain it for much longer. Find a good face cream with sunscreen in it and continue to avoid direct contact with sunlight when possible.
  • Avoid chemical exfoliators or other harsh treatments that may damage your skin and your permanent makeup.
  • The selected colour will always be stronger and more sharply defined for the first 7 days but as the healing process occurs the colour will soften and lighten.
  • In many cases, some unevenness of colour is expected. This is the purpose of the touch-up appointment, to fine-tune your enhancement.
  • If you do not attend your touch-up appointment you will be charged for any further treatment.


  • A complete consultation is required before booking any procedure.
  • Full payment is required at the time of booking.
  • Any missed appointments will be fully charged without a 48-hour notice.
  • Any missed 6 to 8 weeks touch-up appointments will be booked as a new treatment and you will be charged for any further treatments.

Long Term Care

  • Please do notify your therapist prior to any procedure and health practitioners if you are planning eye surgery or an MRI scan.
  • Always inform your doctor of your micro-pigmentation enhancement.
  • Please inform the National Blood Service if you donate blood, as you may not be eligible for 4 months post application.

If you have any questions about caring for your new permanent makeup please call or text 07730533559.