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Ombré Powder Brows (First Session)


Service Description

A cosmetic tattoo on the Eyebrow which starts off very natural in the beginning of the eyebrow and gradually becomes darker in pigment through the tail of the brow. This procedure is the perfect to-go look! It produces a smudgeproof, waterproof, brow makeup look to last. 6-8 weeks after your first session, a second session is highly recommended for your final look. Healing time takes 7-10 days. Ombré Brows last 1-3 years depending on your skin type and home care. Refreshing the pigment and retouches are highly recommended once a year. Permanent makeup tattoo is not recommended for clients who have or are: Anyone who is allergic to pigmentation or makeup. Anyone with glaucoma and/or taking blood thinning medication. Anyone under 18 years of age. Anyone with skin diseases such as eczema or psoriasis on the area to be treated. Anyone with active skin cancer in the tested area. Anyone who has experienced post inflammatory in the treated area. Anyone with undiagnosed blisters and rashes in the treated area. Anyone with Transmittable Blood Conditions for example Hepatitis B or HIV. Anyone who is diabetic. Anyone who has a heart condition. Anyone with healing disorders. Anyone taking medications such as antasure, ro-accutaine, and steroids. Anyone under chemotherapy treatment. Anyone who is epileptic who has experienced seizures. Anyone who is pregnant/ lactating. Pre-Care: Do not work out the day of the procedure. Do not have tanned or sunburned face. Do not take aspirin, fish oil, vitamin E or ibroprofen 24 hours before the procedure. No alcohol or caffeine 2 days before the procedure. No Waxing, plucking or tinting 7 days before the procedure. Please note you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle. * PLEASE BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION BEFORE BOOKING. PRE/AFTER CARE INFO, HEALTH DOCUMENTS, and INTAKE FORMS WILL BE SENT ONCE CONSULTATION AND OMBRÉ BROWS APPOINTMENT ARE BOOKED*

  • 2 hr 10 min
  • 300 US dollars
  • Island Street
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