Follow the instructions below for the next 7 days or until scabs are completely gone.
- Clean eyebrows at the end of the day with a damp cotton pad.
- For oily skin, dry heal (NO ointment or anything applied to the eyebrows).
- For non-oily skin, after 48 hours, apply After Care Gel or A&D ointment 1-2 times daily.
- Keep eyebrows dry (avoid them being submerged in water for too long; ex. Swimming or sauna. A quick shower or washing face is fine, just avoid the eyebrow area)
- No exercising, tanning, waxing or threading.
- No makeup, eyebrow pencil, lotion or other facial products on the eyebrows.
- If necessary, use an eyebrow pencil to touch up after eyebrows heal completely.
What to expect (days may vary for everyone):
- Immediately after: shape may appear uneven due to swelling
- Day 1 – 3: eyebrows will appear darker and thick.
- Day 4 – 7: eyebrows will be dry and itchy. Do not scratch, rub or pick at them. They may start to scab, crack or flake off. Eyebrows will look patchy and uneven during healing process. It is absolutely normal and crucial to leave them alone. Please DON’T PANIC.
- Day 7 – 10: scabs should be all gone (some can take up to 3 weeks) Sometimes eyebrows will
appear as if there is no color. The remaining color has absorbed under the layer of skin and in the following week it will resurface as skin cells repair.
- Week 3 – 4: eyebrows will appear their true color. Eyebrow might still look patchy or have anuneven shape. Some rare cases the pigment does not retain well.
- Week 8-12: come back for a touch up. Any small corrections can be made at this visit.
Subjective effect on different individuals, e.g. skin types that affect the attachment of color. Most clients will need two sessions; some will only need one and some will need a third touch-up to complete the look at an additional charge. Failure to follow after care instructions may result in infections, pigment loss or discoloration.