• Can I get an MRI?

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    Many people safely have had MRI scans performed after getting PMU. Inform your doctor or MRI technician that you have permanent makeup so that they can take the appropriate measures when performing your scan. 

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  • What is this Microblading I keep hearing about?

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    Microblading, also known as Eyebrow Embroidery, Microstroke or 3d Hair Stroke brows is an advanced method of Permanent Makeup. Using a manual tool, which is a tiny row of needles (and not a blade as the name would imply), delicate, hair-like strokes of pigment are created in the skin to replicate natural brow hairs.

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  • Is Microblading a tattoo?

    Author: Mock Webware |

    With the sudden popularity and media attention to the term microblading, many are led to believe microblading is not a tattoo process. Permanent cosmetics, micropigmentation, dermal implantation, microblading/microstroking, eyebrow embroidery, and long-time/long-lasting makeup, are all different names for the same procedure – cosmetic tattooing. Any time color is placed into the skin with any device, it is a tattoo process as defined by many well-informed regulators, the medical community, and dictionary sources. Denying this process is a tattoo can be problematic for those who would, for religious or other personal reasons, normally refuse to have a tattoo.

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  • Why does Microblading not last as long as other eyebrow tattooing techniques?

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    This is simply because a much smaller amount of pigment is inserted (tattooed) into the skin as compared to fully or solidly filled eyebrow tattoos. Microblading has a shorter lifespan than solid powder-fill eyebrows, and depending on factors such as chosen pigment (lighter pigments require more maintenance), your unique skin’s biology and lifestyle factors (such as sun exposure, medications, tinting the brows with peroxide-based hair color, the use of anti-aging skin care ingredients and treatments such as peels or lasers), you may need a color boost as early as six to ten months after the procedure. Permanent cosmetics is LOW…

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  • Some medical conditions and treatments are contraindications and clients who have any of the below are not candidates for Permanent Makeup procedures.

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    Heart problems such as Mitral Valve Prolapse Bleeding disorders (platelet, hemophilia, sickle cell) Uncontrolled Diabetes or insulin dependent Diabetics (subject to infections and delayed healing) Active cancer being treated with Chemotherapy or Radiation Chemotherapy or Radiation in the past 12 months (may require doctor’s clearance letter) Some Autoimmune disorders (may require doctor’s clearance letter) Regular use of blood thinning medications or steroids Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure Ocular issues such as Glaucoma or eye pressure, ocular herpes simplex, ocular rosacea (for Eyeliner procedures only) Any treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system / healing Pregnant or Breastfeeding (increased chance of infection and complications due to hormonal changes in the…

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  • How much does it cost?

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    Current prices are listed on the online scheduling system, which can be viewed at the bottom of the Book an Appointment page. Pricing is subject to change without notice.

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  • How many appointments are included in the New Procedure cost?

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    All of the listed procedure prices include 1 appointment except Full lips permanent make up (1 touch up is included within 6-8 weeks after initial app) Micropigmention is a process and always requires multiple visits to achieve the final result. The second ‘touch-up’ appointment must be scheduled within the first 8 weeks from the first appointment(price :  $60). The procedure work is not considered complete without this second visit.

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  • How do I prepare for my appointment?

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    If you are sensitive, you may take an over the counter pain reliever approximately one hour prior to your procedure. Do not take aspirin or any other blood thinners (including herbs and supplements such as Vitamin E, Fish Oil, St John’s Wort) as these can promote bleeding. Do not consume alcohol 24hrs before the procedure. Do not consume caffeine the day of the procedure (coffee, energy drinks or even Excedrin for migraines). It is recommended to discontinue to the use of Retin-A or retinol containing skincare products two weeks prior to the procedure and during healing. Avoid getting a Sunburn or tanning outdoors or…

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  • Will I be swollen?

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    Eyebrows swell slightly. Swelling is normal and expected for lip and eyeliner procedures. Swelling may occur the same day or even a day or two after the procedure as healing begins. We recommend ice packs ten minutes each hour for the first three hours after these procedures to minimize swelling.

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  • Will I have to hide from my friends or coworkers?

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    No! You can go out that night if you want to. Ice your procedure, apply your RecoverAll ointment, and have a ball!

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  • How soon can I resume normal activity, exercising, gardening, etc?

    Author: Mock Webware |

    Most normal activities can be resumed right away. Heavy exercise should be avoided for at least a week for best results—any sweat formed on your brows can impact your healing color. Swimming should be on hold for at least a week, pool chemicals and ocean sea salt could erode your healing color and expose your fresh tattoo to potentially dangerous bacteria as well. Outdoors activities such as gardening or golf can be resumed as long as your treatment area remains clean, dry, and out of the sun. For best results do not expose your healing procedure to any unnecessary wear. ‚Äč

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  • Can it be removed?

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    Small exfoliations and corrections may be possible depending on the color, depth and overall severity. Some people aren’t candidates for this type of removal and Laser removal may be needed.

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