- Microblading is not recommended for clients with the following conditions:
- Pregnant or nursing
- Under 18yrs old
- Botox or dermal fillers in the brow or upper face area within the last 2 months
- Taken acutane in the past 1.5 years AND your skin has not regulated
- Diabetic (Client must bring a signed consent letter from their doctor)
- Autoimmune disorders (Client must bring a signed consent letter from their doctor)
- Organ Transplant (Client must bring a signed consent letter from their doctor)
- Chemotherapy in the past year
- Contagious diseases, viral infections or the common cold
- Epileptic Seizures (Client must bring a signed consent letter from their doctor)
- Within 5 days of having their eyebrows or hair on the forehead waxed
- Within 14 days of electrolysis or laser hair removal on their forehead
- Within one month of a chemical peel-skin should not be in process of healing before procedure
- Active Sunburn or Frostbite
- Current use of products with ingredients such as alpha or beta hydroxyls (Retin-A) Dicontinue use 14 days prior to procedure
- Allergies to bacitracin
- Use of blood thinning drugs or blood pressure medications
- History of Keloid or hypertrophic scarring
- Allergies to ingredients in topical numbing creams, lidocaine, metals (iron, nickel, etc.)
The following conditions do not prevent you from getting permanent makeup, but should be considered when deciding if it is right for you.
Cirrhosis of the Liver: Susceptible to infection
Scar tissue: Scars can be tattooed over, however be aware that scar tissue can prevent proper healing; pigment may not take to the skin at all. This can happens if you've had microblading or permanent makeup in the past.
Platelet Disorders- Causes more bleeding to occur, and therefore lower pigment retention.
Moles/raised areas in or around the area: Pigment will not be put into moles or anything raised but you can be tattooed around them
Thyroid medications: Potential for faster fading and need for more touch-ups
Auto Immune Disorder of any kind (MS, RA, Lupus etc): Due to the medicines to treat these disorders, pigment will not retain well
Anemia: Will require more touch-ups
Tanning: May alter color over time
MEDICATIONS: Taking certain medications can effect your skin and the way it heals. Taking a lot of different medications at once will also make it harder to predict how well the permanent makeup will heal on you (no its not the same as a regular tattoo).
The following medications will prevent proper pigment retention and if you take any of these regularly you should not get permanent makeup:
Time spent in the sun and overall health play a factor in fading/healing.
These instructions and requirements are for your safety and are recommended for the best results possible. If you show up to your appointment/book your appointment without following any/all of the above requirements including pre-care or you have any of the conditions indicated, you will be turned away and your deposit will not be refunded. If you experience any of the conditions above indicated in bold, then by scheduling you except the possible outcomes explained.