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  • Cancellation/Deposit Policy
    We value your time, and your appointments are reserved especially for you. The following service require a non-refundable deposit to book an appointment. The non-refundable deposit will be used as credit towards the service. Eyelash Extensions - $30 deposit Permanent Makeup - $100 deposit We understand unexpected circumstances may arise and a schedule adjustment may be needed. As such, we respectfully enforce the following policies: For permanent cosmetic (microblading) and eyelash extensions - any cancellation/reschedule made less than 72 hours in advance the non-refundable deposit will be forfeited. ​Late arrivals - if you are less than 10 minutes late for your service; we will, at our discretion, try our best to accommodate the services(s) booked but may not complete all the services. If you are more than 10 minutes late, at our discretion, we may cancel your appointment and charge equal to 50% of the reserved services.
  • Things you need to know before booking the appointment
    1. Consultation: Always start with a consultation with your permanent makeup artist. Discuss your goals, medical history, and any concerns you might have. 2. Avoid Blood Thinners: Avoid taking blood-thinning medications like aspirin or ibuprofen for at least a week before the procedure, as they can increase bleeding and bruising. 3. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water in the days leading up to your appointment. Hydrated skin tends to take ink better. 4. Avoid Sun Exposure: Minimize sun exposure and tanning beds for at least a week before the procedure. Sunburned or tanned skin can be more sensitive. 5. No Alcohol or Caffeine: Refrain from consuming alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before your appointment. These substances can increase sensitivity. 6. Avoid Waxing or Tweezing: Do not wax or tweeze the area being treated for at least a week before the procedure. 7. Avoid Retinoids: If you use retinoids or products containing retinol, discontinue use at least a week before the procedure. 8. Botox and fillers: must be done at least 2 weeks before or after your appointment.
  • After Care
    1. Keep it Dry: Avoid getting the treated area wet for the first 6 hours after the procedure. This includes avoiding swimming, saunas, steam rooms, and vigorous exercise that causes sweating. 2. Gentle Cleaning: After the initial 6 hours, gently clean the area with a mild, fragrance-free cleanser and water. Pat dry with a clean towel. 3. Avoid Makeup: Avoid wearing makeup on the treated area for at least a week. This allows the skin to heal properly. 4. Avoid Sun Exposure: Protect the treated area from sun exposure by wearing a hat or using sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher. 5. No Scratching or Picking: Resist the urge to scratch or pick at the treated area, as this can disrupt the healing process and cause scarring. 6. Use Healing Products: Follow any specific aftercare instructions provided by your permanent makeup artist. This may include applying a healing ointment or cream to the treated area. 7. Avoid Retinoids and Exfoliants: Do not use products containing retinoids or exfoliants on the treated area until it has fully healed. 8. Follow-up Appointments: Attend any follow-up appointments scheduled by your permanent makeup artist to ensure proper healing and touch-ups if necessary.
  • FAQ
    1. What is permanent makeup? Permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, involves the application of pigments into the skin to enhance facial features, such as eyebrows, eyelids, and lips. 2. How long does permanent makeup last? Permanent makeup can last anywhere from 1 to 5 years, depending on factors such as the type of pigment used, skin type, and aftercare. 3. Is permanent makeup actually permanent? While the term "permanent" is used, the pigments do fade over time. Touch-up sessions are typically required to maintain the desired look. 4. Does permanent makeup hurt? Discomfort levels vary from person to person. Topical anesthetics are often used to minimize discomfort during the procedure. 5. Who is a good candidate for permanent makeup? Generally, individuals who desire a more defined or enhanced appearance without the hassle of daily makeup application can benefit from permanent makeup. However, it's essential to consult with a qualified technician to determine suitability. 6. Are there any risks associated with permanent makeup? While rare, risks include allergic reactions, infections, and undesirable outcomes such as asymmetry or color changes. Choosing a skilled and experienced technician can mitigate these risks. 7. What is the recovery process like? The recovery process varies depending on the area treated. It typically involves mild swelling, redness, and flaking of the treated area. Following aftercare instructions provided by the technician is crucial for optimal healing. 8. Can I still wear regular makeup with permanent makeup? Yes, you can still apply traditional makeup over permanent makeup if desired. However, keep in mind that some procedures may alter the appearance of the area, such as eyebrow shape or lip color. 9. What is the difference among microblading, nano hair strokes, powder brows and combo brows? - Microblading: Manual technique using a handheld tool with fine needles to create hair-like strokes. Ideal for natural-looking results and filling in sparse areas. - Nano Hair Strokes: Similar to microblading but uses a digital machine with a finer nano needle for more precise strokes. Suitable for sensitive skin or those seeking ultra-fine results. - Powder Brows: Involves depositing pigment with a digital machine to create a soft, powdered effect. Best for adding density and definition, particularly for oily or mature skin types. - Combo Brows: Combines microblading or nano strokes with powder shading for a balanced, multidimensional look. Offers the realism of strokes with the longevity of shading, suitable for various preferences. 10. How do I know which eyebrow enhancement technique suits me best? Consider your natural eyebrow shape, skin type, lifestyle, and personal preferences. Sparse brows may benefit from microblading or nano hair strokes, while powder brows offer a softer look. Combo techniques blend microblading/nano strokes with shading for versatility. Consult with a professional to determine the most suitable option for your needs and desired outcome.
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