Blading Pre Procedure Advice

Blading Pre Procedure Advice

  • Microblading procedure normally requires multiple treatment sessions. For best results, clients will be required to return for at least one retouch appointment. This will take place between 4-6 weeks after the initial procedure. Those with oily skin may require an additional touch up. Please be aware that color intensity will be significantly darker and sharper immediately after the initial procedure and will reduce by 30-50%
  • Although numbing cream is used during the procedure, slight sensitivity/discomfort may still be felt by sensitive clients. Delicate or sensitive skin may be red and/or swollen after the procedure
  • Please wear your normal make up on the day of your procedure
  • Please do not drink alcohol 24 hours prior to the treatment
  • A patch test will be performed, unless waived by client
  • Any brow shaping using waxing should be performed at least 48 hours before the procedure
  • Electrolysis treatment should be undergone no less than 5 days before the procedure
  • AHA products and retinoids should be avoided no less than 2 weeks prior to the procedure
  • Exfoliating treatments such as microdermabrasion should not be performed within 2 weeks prior to procedure
  • Please wait 2-3 weeks if you have had Botox injections before microblading

Topical Anesthetic Advice

  • Allergic reaction can occur from any anesthetics used during the procedure. If you do suffer from an allergic reaction, you should contact your doctor immediately. Allergic reaction response may show through redness, swelling, rash, blistering, dryness, or any other symptoms associated with an allergic reaction
  • Numbness: We do not accept responsibility if the area to be treated does not respond to the numbing cream. Each individual is different according to skin type. Some clients report the area to be completely numb, while others may experience some discomfort.
  • Contraindications for Microblading
    • Liver disease-high risk of infection
    • Compromised skin near brow area
    • Cold sores/fever blisters-please take an antiviral prior to treatment
    • Hormone therapies-can affect pigmentation and /or cause sensitivity
    • Pregnancy/Nursing
    • Chemotherapy/Radiation
  • The following medical conditions require a note from your doctor giving consent:
  • Diabetes Type 1 and 2, high blood pressure, autoimmune disease, thyroid/Graves’ disease Any other medical condition that caused slow healing or high risk of infection

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