FAQ

All permanent makeup is a multisession process, meaning, touch ups are necessary. Think of this as the second coat of nail polish, the first one is alright, but the second one seals the deal. This session is done 4-8 weeks after the initial procedure. At this session, I will go over any concerns they may have had during the healing, fill in any areas that may have faded or simply go thicker or darker than the first time! We go conservative on the first session to ensure the client is satisfied and then add as needed.  Remember colors will appear brighter and more sharply defined immediately after the procedure.  As the healing progresses, color will soften.

Conditions that cannot be worked on:

  • Skin that keloids
  • Sunburned skin
  • Persons on chemotherapy
  • Pregnant or breast feeding
  • Open wound
  • Current canker sore on lips, for lip procedure only. Once healed it is ok to come in for procedure while taking an anti-viral
  • Active conjunctivitis/pink eye