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Your brows will gradually get darker. As they get darker, the scabs will form and as the scabs form they will also begin to look darker and thicker. The scabs will then fall off in different areas at different times during the scabbing/peeling process over the net 1-3 weeks (varies for each individual). Your eyebrows will be really patchy and uneven. The pigment underneath the scab will be very light. Almost like, the pigment came off with the scab, but as long as the scab/peeling was not forced off, the color will come back when you're fully healed. If any scabbing/peeling is forced off the pigment will be pulled out and there is a chance of scarring. As soon as all the scabbing is done, you can put makeup on them until the color comes back and you can return to your normal face washing routine. Once you're 4 - 6 weeks healed, you will be able to see the true shape, size and color.


You have to be at least 6 weeks healed to schedule a touch up. To schedule a touch-up please message your artist for the link to access the touch up calendar to book your appointment. Touch up appointments are to refresh the color, make adjustments to the shape, touch up spots that have faded, to go darker or thicker.



- Keep your eyebrows as dry as possible for one week

- When washing your face, wash around your eyebrows. When you take showers, do not get your eyebrows soaking wet. When showering do not stand directly under the stream of water. Face away from the showerhead and let the water run down the back of your head. If water sprinkles on your brows, it's ok. Let them air dry.

- A little bit of dryness and itchiness is normal.

- DO NOT TOUCH your brows or put anything on your brows until you're done scabbing.



- Do not pick, peel, rub or scratch off the scabs. Let the scabs all fall off naturally. Picking can cause scarring, loss of pigment or infection.

- Do not sleep on your face to prevent scabs from lifting prematurely.

Use a new/freshly washed pillow case to avoid infection. If you tend to sleep on your side, sleep elevated with a pillow being your back.

- No working out or sweating.

This can cause pigment to be pushed out. If you sweat a little bit immediately dab with a clean new paper towel.

- Do not use any cleansing products containing acids (glycolic, lactic, or AHA), or any exfoliants.

- No direct sunlight/tanning booths.

Wear a hat if you will be in the sun for an extended amount of time.

- Avoid saunas, pools, steam rooms or hot tub.

- Avoid facials, chemical treatments, and Botox until 4 weeks past procedure.

- Avoid long term sun exposure or UV rays/tanning beds. This can alter how the color heals. If you're in the sun for a long period of time please wear a hat.



- It is strongly recommend that you do not use any of the following on your tattoo: Benzoyl Peroxide, Hydrogen Peroxide, Glycolic acid, Apple cider vinegar, Vitamin E and C, and Retinol/Retin A. These products can lighten or fade your tattoo faster.

- Wear sunscreen - UV rays will deteriorate, lighten and fade the pigment faster.

- Treatment does fade after 1-3 years depending on your skin and lifestyle. Touch-ups are necessary to maintain the longevity and overall beauty of your pigment.

- If you have oily skin, an iron deficiency, or a very strong immune system, or other medical conditions your pigment will not last as long and will not heal as crisp as others.

- Inform your technician of your permanent make up at the time of any laser procedures or MRIs.

- This is rare but please call your doctor if you have major complications


ONCE YOU'RE 6 WEEKS HEALED YOU CAN SCHEDULE YOUR TOUCH-UP APPOINTMENT ($100+ with artist Kimmy, $200+ with artist Carthy)

Touch-ups are not required. At about 6 weeks healed you'll be able to see the true shape, size and color of your brows. Please message your artist on Instagram for the link to access the touch up calendar to book your touch up as soon as you're ready for a touch-up.

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