BEFORE YOUR BROW TREATMENT
For the best possible results you must read through and fully understand the following -
Make sure you have done your research, ensure you like the portfolio of chosen artist and their style of brow. Make sure you have seen healed work as well as fresh.
If you have questions about the treatment or the appearance of your new brows, please have them ready prior to the consultation or email first. It is important you have all questions answered before starting.
Please remember any new brow treatment is a two step process. You will have a perfecting session 6 weeks after your first appointment, to reinforce any pigment loss, add density or change pigment colour. All skin types heal differently, factors such as after care, lifestyle and sun exposure all play roles in the way your brows will heal so be realistic with the outcome.
Be prepared to look after your brows. Two weeks after your appointment you will need to follow instructions very carefully, do not plan any holidays or spa days and avoid excess sweating for the first week at least. You have taken the time and spent money to invest in your brows so make sure you take care whilst healing.
Once the healing has finished your brows will be much easier to manage but please remember that hair growth will still be the same, once you have a defined shape it is much easier to maintain. You will also need apply SPF whilst in the sun, this will help with longevity.
Consider your colour boosts, which are different for every individual. Generally, you will require a boost every 9-15 months depending on skin type, after care, lifestyle and sun exposure.
Any waxing or threading should be performed at least 1 week before the procedure: Electrolysis no less than 10 days the procedure.
Do not have any chemical peels, limit use of retinol around the brow area within 1 month of treatment.
Brow tint must not be applied within 2 weeks of your eyebrow treatment.
Do not fake tan or use sunbed prior to your appointment as skin type will not be clear.
Do not drink high volumes of alcohol the night before your treatment or high volumes of caffeinated drink before your treatment.
Since delicate skin or sensitive areas may be swollen or red, it is advised not to make social plans for the same day.
People who cannot be treated are:
Those under 18 years of age
Lactating and pregnant women
Those on any skin medication such as Roaccutane (wait for 6 months after the course), steroids which thin and over sensitize the skin
Those undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy treatment at present
Those with diagnosed transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis
People with any skin diseases, symptoms, or irritations that appear on the area
Persons with keloid or hypertrophic scarring
Active skin cancer
People with glaucoma and people who are taking blood thinning medicines