We strongly advise prospective new clients to book their microblading appointments at least 3- 4 months in advance of vacations, weddings, and special occasions. This allows adequate time for healing of both your initial microblading appointment as well as a touch-up enhancement session 8-12 weeks prior. To have perfect brows it is a multi-step process. Dream brows cannot be achieved in just one session. Some clients need more than two sessions to achieve their desired density and shape.


  • Do not workout 48 hours before procedure
  • No alcohol or caffeine 48 hours before procedure
  • Avoid sun and tanning two weeks prior to procedure
  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Vitamin C or Advil/Ibuprofen 48 hours before procedure
  • Avoid Fish Oil, Prenatal Vitamins, Nutritional Shakes (Shakeology, etc.), “Hair, Skin, Nail” supplements at least 48 hours prior to procedure
  • Discontinue Retin-A, Chemical and Laser Peels, Micro Dermabrasions, Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), and any chemical exfoliate or “brightening” skincare at least 6 weeks prior
    • Once your brows have healed, you must avoid using these products on the forehead area procedure to prevent premature fading
  • Botox and filler on the forehead, temple, and eye area should be avoided 1 month prior to procedure for those who not regularly receive injectables
  • Avoid the following herbs and spices 48 hours before procedure:
    • Ginger
    • Cinnamon
    • Garlic
    • Black and Cayenne Pepper
  • No brow waxing, tinting, or threading one week prior (the more natural hair growth you have, the better)
  • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)

Come to your appointment with no makeup in the eyebrow area.

Please note: You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.


  • Swelling: Slight with varying degrees of redness
  • Day After Procedure: Cleanse your eyebrows once a day following the procedure with mild cleanser and luke warm water
  • Moisture: Keep area slightly moist using a Q-tip with the After Ink one time a day, beginning the day after the procedure for nine days
  • Avoid Until Healed: Avoid all moisturizers, active skin creams, Retina on pigmented area.
  • Symptoms or Signs of Infection: Light redness is normal but if a red ring appears around the area, seeks medical attention.

Please note: Your eyebrows are not done healing until the six week mark after your final appointment.

Disclaimer: We have the right to deny service to clients who have the following conditions. If you have any of the following please contact us immediately before scheduling to ensure you are a candidate.

  • Pregnant or Nursing
  • Diabetic
  • Viral infections and/or diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • A pacemaker or major heart problems
  • Had an organ transplant
  • Tendency towards keloids or scarring
  • Seborrheic dermatitis
  • Skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
  • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)
  • Had Botox in the past 2 months
  • Used Accutane or Doxycycline in the past year
  • Allergic to anesthetic (Lidocaine)
  • Extremely oily or problematic skin

*Diagnosed conditions that are waived are required to bring a doctor note stating their approval.

After You’ve Healed

  • Brow tattoos normally last 1-3 years depending on client’s lifestyle, skin type and aftercare
  • Exposure to the sun and tanning beds can cause fading and discoloration of the pigment
  • Always apply sunscreen (50 SPF or greater) on brow area once completely healed
  • Maintain removal of unwanted brow hair outside of your tattooed brow design by tweezing, threading, waxing or razoring
  • Do not laser around your brow area (IPL)
    • Some lasers may change the color of the pigment
  • Additional brow makeup application may still be required post tattoo to achieve your desired look
  • For further sun protection wear hats and sunglasses
  • Yearly touchups are recommended to maintain your results
  • Avoid using chemical skin exfoliates on the brows and forehead area. Use of these products will cause premature fading and tattoo discoloration.
    • Examples may include but are not limited to: Glycolic Acid, Hydroquinone, Retinol, Retin-A, Vitamin C, “peels” or “brightening”

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