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What color to Choose...

Your eyebrows should look about 50% darker than they will be in 4 days to a week, where you will loose the outer crust of pigment, and will then be looking at the pigment from under a layer of skin.

Your technician knows how to choose the color. And I prefer to to use my expertise, but some clients are too apprehensive.

 Now, what that means for you who are too scared to be 50% darker, is that you may need to come in for an additional touch up, because you chose your color too light. 

With that being said, please know that we can always go darker on the touch up, and thicker on the touch up.

Eyeliner and allergy season

Hello ladies. Who should not get permanent makeup? Well, if you have current, (acute) seasonal allergies,if your eyes are watery, and a little irritated, it would be best if you waited until your allergies calmed down. If you are having eyeliner done, the anesthesia may not be effective, as your eyes are in a hyper sensitive state, and your comfort level will be greatly increased if you wait. Even the overhead lights may be irritating. If you have had any personal experiences, please share.

Permanent make up tips

Hello Ladies. Just a few reminders... When making your appointment, please refrain from blood thinners for 3 days prior. This includes alcoholic beverages. If you are on a serious blood thinner such as warfarin, please consult your physician, but don't stop these important medications. Bleeding inhibits the process. Think about it.. do you think the pigment will be in-bedded as your are bleeding? Crusting will be heavier and the result will be diminished. Remember, Vitamin E and St. John's wort are blood thinners. For specific questions, please call 239-898-9560. 
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