If you are on antibiotics, please schedule your appointment no sooner than 1 week after the last dose.
Those who are on blood thinners should consult with your physician, as with eyeliner, excessive bruising may cause the procedure to be cut short, which may affect the results. This includes pain relievers, except Tylenol. Do not take asprin, vitamin E, niacin, ibuprofen, or any alpha hydroxyl products within 24 hours of the appointment.
If you are a suntanner, and don't use sunscreen, there is no sense in getting permanent makeup, as the sun is the biggest fader of permanent make up.
The eligibility of anyone with a bloodborne disease such as hepatitis or HIV shall be determined by the artist. At this facility, we are very concerned about communicable diseases, and discourage the procedure.
You should get physician clearance if you have glaucoma, and wish to have eyeliner applied, as some physicians do not want pressure applied to your eyes.
If you have an open rash on your face, please schedule after it is resolved. If you are experiencing hypersensitivity of the eyes, due to seasonal allergies, you may not be as responsive to the topical anesthesia and it is advised to schedule at a later time.
Our artist applies the design first, so you can see the permanent makeup before it is applied. She will look at your eyeshape and offer different subtle changes, so you get the best look. These are classic eyebrow designs that will look natural.
We Carry only American made Pigments that are subject to FDA standards. Our artist is a medical professional and uses only Disposable needles and machine parts. Our Procedure room is licensed and regularly inspected by the Department of Health, here in Fort Myers.