Brittni Owner/Artist at Highbrow Chattanooga walks you through how to prepare for your upcoming permanent make up service and how to care for it after your service is complete!
Want to know the difference between Microblading, Ombré Powder & Combo Brow options? Brittni, Owner/Artist walks you through the differences in these popular Permanent Make-Up options to help determine which option is best for you.
Owner/Artist Brittni K walks you through the Do’s & Don’ts of Long Term care to insure your recent service always looks it’s best!
This is not just limited to Rx medication. This could also include multivitamins you are currently taking.
This includes Vit E, Vit B3, Omega 3, Garlic, Aspirin, Ibuprofen.
Please stop at least one week before service.
This includes Alcohol- Please limit for 24 hours before.
Caffeine is a stimulant and could make you a bit more sensitive.
Please try not to have coffee or tea directly before.
Botox is completely safe before service, but please wait 3 weeks after receiving before you are set to do your brows so that it has time to settle.
Please wait 3-4 weeks after peels and other stronger facials.
Retin-a thins the skin and makes it more sensitive. Please stop use of Rx retin-a for 5-7 days prior.
If you are unsure about certain medications or skin treatments please just ask. We are here to help and want your experience to be the best possible.
NO WATER ON BROWS! NO SWEAT! NO SUN!
For 10 days.
For the first 5 hours please pat dry the brow area.
Please use cleanser and salve provided.
First day - Please wash and use salve starting 1 hour after session. If doing brows in the evening make sure to do so before bed and apply tagaderm bandage provided.
Wash and apply thin layer of salve 3 times a day.
Oily skin -Wash and apply 2 times a day
Normal - Dry skin - Wash and apply 2-3 times a day as needed
WHAT TO EXPECT
Immediately following your procedure, the tattooed area will appear to be darker. This will last a few days. The treated area may feel a bit like sunburn afterwards but there should be minimal discomfort and minimal redness.
During the initial healing period, there may be scabbing, flaking or peeling of the skin. If that happens, do not pick, and allow the scab or dry skin to come off on its own. This is very important!
The complete healing process takes about 4-6 weeks. Be patient, even if you think too much color has been lost, as your skin is still regenerating and naturally exfoliating.
There will be many emotions during your healing journey. Do not fret. It takes a good 4-6 weeks before you see your results.
If you have any questions just ask.