The following restrictions are to ensure your skin is in the best possible condition for the best possible permanent make-up procedure.

Please read carefully:

  • Please do not work out the day of the procedure, as the body heat will expand the pores.
  • Avoid heavy sunlight and especially sunburn 3 days before procedure. Skin should not be in the process of healing before your session!
  • FOR EYEBROW SERVICES: Do NOT drink coffee or consume anything with caffeine the day of your procedure. Caffeine is a stimulant and can create more blood flow.
  • FOR EYEBROW SERVICES: Do NOT take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Ibuprofen, and/or omega-3, unless medically necessary, 48-72 hours prior to the procedure (please inform me if any of these are medically necessary for you). Tylenol or acetaminophen is okay.
  • Do NOT drink alcohol 48 hours prior to the procedure.
  • Off of antibiotics for at least 30 days or more.
  • The following treatments should be avoided up to 4+ weeks prior to your procedure:
    • Botox or other fillers
    • Retin A
    • Facial treatments (micro-needling, micro-channeling, microdermabrasion, i.e. treatments that can be harsh and require a period of time for healing/repair)
    • Chemical Peels
    • Laser treatments

If you have any questions about these restrictions, please give me a call. I’m happy to help. *Booking fees are non-refundable*


*Note: Aftercare is critical in ensuring the best possible results. Your results will be as good as your aftercare.

Day 1: An hour after your service, begin to blot the brows with a wet clean cotton round, every 15-20 minutes. Apply direct pressure and do not drag over the brow. This is very important. Blotting the brows consistently the first 24 hours, will help to limit the degree of scabbing. Limiting the degree of scabbing will help to provide the best healed results.

On the evening of your treatment and the morning following your treatment (be sure your hands are washed and clean), gently rinse your face, with cool clean water. Lather a gentle/mild soap in your hands to cleanse your face (such as: Cetaphyl foaming face wash, baby shampoo/soap, Dial soap, etc. No soaps with perfumes, chemicals, or active ingredients). Rinse with cool clean water. Pat dry with a clean towel.

Avoid touching the brows, unless cleansing or applying the ointment. Do not apply any products (moisturizer, make-up, etc.) to the brows for 2 weeks. I recommend placing a new pillow case on your pillow and sleep on your back, to prevent any friction on the brow area while you sleep.

Day 2-14: On the 2nd day, with a clean wet cotton round or tissue, continue to gently blot the brows every 30 minutes. Gently cleanse your face each morning and evening, over the sink, using a gentle and mild soap (such as: Cetaphyl foaming face wash, baby shampoo/soap, Dial soap, etc. No soaps with perfumes, chemicals, or active ingredients). Do not wash your face in the shower, as direct stream from the shower can be too harsh during the healing process. Be very gentle with the brow area. It will be tender the first few days. Cleanse the area using soft circular motions. Gently rinse with cool clean water. DO NOT pull, pick, or scrub the brows. Gentle care for the brows is essential. (*To prevent bacteria being introduced, please wash your hands prior to washing your face.) Gently pat dry with a clean towel. Limit your showers to 10 minutes or less. Steam is not your friend. 😉 When showering, face away from the shower head. *DO NOT use cleansers or products containing exfoliants, glycolic acid, lactic acid, or AHA.

After cleansing, pat dry with a clean towel. Allow the area to air dry for a few minutes. Then apply the aftercare ointment (AfterInked or A&D) to the brows. A rice grain size is enough for both brows. Use half of it on one brow, the other half on the second brow. Do not over saturate the brows with ointment. Using too much ointment can inhibit the healing and adversely affect the final results.

Scabbing and flaking is normal and will occur some time during days 5-14. DO NOT PICK, PULL, OR SCRATCH THE SCABBING! This can pull pigment out and cause scarring.
Do not apply moisturizer, make-up, creams, or any other products to your eyebrow area during the first 14 days, following your procedure. Please only use the aftercare ointment provided to you. Applying any other products, can introduce bacteria and cause an infection, as well as effect the healed results.

The following must be avoided for 14 days after your procedure:

  • Increased sweating (no exercising)
  • Make-up, lotions, or creams on the eyebrow area
  • Practicing sports
  • Swimming
  • Hot sauna, hot bath, or Jacuzzi
  • Sun tanning or salon tanning
  • UV/UVA Rays or chemicals as they have been known to cause a shift in color and premature fading
  • Any laser or chemical treatments or peelings, and/or any creams containing Retin-A or Glycolic acid on the face or neck
  • Picking, peeling, or scratching of the area, in order to avoid scarring of the area or removal of the pigment
  • Performing tasks related to heavy household cleaning such as garage or basement cleaning, where there is a lot of airborne debris and dirt
  • Drinking alcohol in excess, as it may lead to slow healing of wounds
  • Driving in open air vehicles such as convertibles, boats, bicycles, or motorcycle
  • Touching of the eyebrow area except for when cleansing and applying the post-care ointment with a cotton swab

*DO NOT pick, scratch, or touch your brows during the healing process (aside from the gentle wash and applying the ointment). Allow any scabbing of the brows to flake off naturally, on it’s own. This is normal. When flaking sheds off naturally, pigment may appear very light. Do not panic! Pigment shifts in the skin and can lay low in the dermis. Pigment will shift toward the surface toward the end of the healing process (4-6 weeks). (Note: scratching or picking the brows will pull pigment out and can even, in most cases, cause scarring.)

**During your shower, keep your face away from the shower head. Avoid direct water spray from the shower. Limit showers to 10 minutes or less. Itching and flaking may occur during the first seven days however, experience has shown that by following these after-care instructions, these symptoms will quickly disappear.

**Failure to follow post-procedure instructions may cause loss of pigment, discoloration and/or infection.

If you have any unexpected problems with the healing of the skin, please contact your artist immediately, to discuss further instructions.


**Refunds are not offered on any service already performed**


**Please be sure to arrive to your appointment without eye make-up. If you have eyelash extensions, you will need to have them removed at least 48 hrs prior to your appointment. I follow the highest standard of sanitation and strict health department guidelines. In order to prevent potential bacteria from being introduced during the eyeliner procedure, eyelash extensions must be removed prior to your appointment. If you arrive to your appointment with eyelash extensions, I will not be able to proceed with your eyeliner appointment. You will need to reschedule and a new booking fee will be required. Eyelash extensions can be reapplied after 14 days, following your eyeliner session.

If you wear contact lenses, please be sure to remove them and wear glasses to your appointment and during the first 10 days.

If you have an eye condition, have had eye surgery, or are on a medication for your eyes, please disclose the information to your artist prior to scheduling your appointment. There are conditions that may be a contraindication to the eyeliner service. Your health is a priority to me!

*Booking fees are non-refundable*

EYELINER Aftercare Instructions:

For best results and pigment retention

Day 1-2: One hour after your procedure, gently blot the area with a wet clean cotton round or tissue. Continue to gently blot the area with a clean, wet cotton round, every 20-30 minutes, the day of your procedure. Do this for the remainder of the day. On the evening of your treatment and the morning following your treatment, (be sure your hands are washed and clean) gently rinse your face, with cool clean water. Pat dry with a clean towel. No ointment or soap.

Day 2-10: Beginning on the evening of the 2nd day, gently cleanse the area with a very gentle/mild soap (baby shampoo/soap, cetaphil, etc.). Please be sure your hands are clean. Gently pat dry with a clean towel. Apply a very thin layer of the aftercare ointment (A&D ointment), several times a day, including morning and evening. Be sure to blot area prior to reapplying ointment, in order to remove excess ointment from previous application.

DO NOT put any lotion, make-up, or any other products, on the eye area during the first 10 days after your procedure. Applying any of these, can introduce bacteria and can cause an infection.

DO NOT pick or scratch the eyeliner area. There will be very light scabbing and gentle flaking that will occur during the first week of healing. This is normal. Allow the flaking to occur naturally and fall off on it’s own.

The pigment can look very light following the flaking. Pigment shifts in the skin and will continue to “bloom” and move to the surface over the course of several weeks. Final results typically occur between 4-7 weeks.

Please wash your face carefully around the eyeliner area. Itching and flaking may occur during the first several days post-eyeliner procedure however, experience has shown that by following these after-care instructions, these symptoms may quickly disappear.

Failure to follow post-procedure instructions may cause loss of pigment, discoloration or infection.

If you have any unexpected problems with the healing of the skin, please contact your artist immediately, to discuss further instructions.


**Refunds are not offered on any service already performed**


Please note: Proper care following your procedure is required to achieve optimal results. If the aftercare instructions are not followed correctly, an unpredictable amount of color may be lost. Please follow the directions below as specified by your technician.

  • If you have ever broken out with a cold sore, or possibly may have ever had one at any time in your life, you carry a herpes virus, which can sometimes manifest itself in the form of a fever blister. Fever blisters may occur on the lips following lip procedures in individuals prone to this problem. In order to prevent this, you should obtain a anti-viral medication and take as prescribed by your doctor. The anti-viral should be started at least 3 days prior to your lip appointment and continued for at least 7 days following your procedure. L-Lysine, an over the counter amino acid, can also be taken, in order to help avoid this outbreak. Always check with your physician. Please continue all medications prescribed, to avoid an outbreak.
  • For a few days before your appointment, gently exfoliate your lips when cleansing. After cleansing, exfoliating, rinsing, gently dry the lips and apply a good lip balm or lip ointment to hydrate and prep the lips for your appointment. Preparing your lips with this process will help to ensure your lips are in the optimum condition for the very best possible results.
  • Following your lip appointment, your lips will feel swollen and dry (similar to the feeling of having chapped lips). The duration of overall dryness varies between clients. Minimize dryness as much as possible by using the aftercare ointment provided in your aftercare bag, for 7-14 days post procedure. First 48-72 hours, keep lips clean. ALWAYS wash your hands prior to touching lips. This time is the most important to avoid infection. First 48 hours blot blood/plasma (which may accumulate on the surface of lips) as needed, with clean tissues, to limit build up of crusting. While healing, the pigment color will change. In the first week, the lips will heal giving a “milky” appearance, while the tissue is healing. Remember this is a process. After the lips are completely healed (no sooner then 30 days), we can judge the color/outcome. It can take up to 90 days to see all of the pigment particles implanted.
  • Apply the aftercare ointment to your lips regularly with a clean q-tip, in order to avoid the lips feeling dry. NOT with your fingers, this may cause a secondary infection. I recommended using a straw to drink, for the first 7 days after procedure.
  • Avoid extending or stretching your lips. You want to allow the area to remain calm and allow the area to heal without over extending the tissue.
  • When eating, cut your food into bite sized portions to avoid overstretching the lip area. Avoid spicy or over seasoned foods.
  • Do not use a tooth paste that contains any whitening/bleaching agents, as this will pull pigment from the lips. For just the first 7 days following your procedure, I strongly advise you to only brush your teeth with non-whitening, and a gentle toothpaste. Strong toothpaste may irritate your lips and interfere with the healing process.
  • Do not use any beauty or facial creams, or lipsticks on your lips, for the first 14 days.
  • Be gentle with your lips for the next 7 days. They will be prone to dryness and swelling (due to some natural formation of collagen after the procedure), and may crack easily. We suggest that extra care be taken while eating, drinking, kissing, etc., during the healing process to prevent any damage to your lips.
  • Avoid acidic, oily, salty, and spicy foods, as well as alcohol, which may sting to consume. This can last while your lips are healing. I recommend you drink all liquids through a straw during the first week. Cut all food into bite size pieces to avoid over extending the lip tissue when eating at meals.
  • Avoid swimming pools and tanning beds for two weeks after the procedure.
  • Lip color retention varies widely between clients. Factors such as genetics, sun exposure/damage, lip tissue health, scar tissue, fever blisters, and implants may impact color retention. Be sure to schedule your lip touch up 90 days following your procedure to maximize color retention.

*Booking fees are non-refundable*

Please call us if any of the following symptoms occur:

  • Excessive swelling that moves outside of the procedure area.
  • Inflammation, itchiness, or irritation of the tissue around the procedure area after 72 hours.
  • Oozing of yellowish secretion or sharp pain in the procedure area.
  • Due to exposure to environmental bacteria during the healing period, there is always a high risk of infection to the procedure site.

**Refunds are NOT offered on any service already performed**


KEEP THE TREATED AREA CLEAN AND DRY. Any moisture to the treated area may result in an infection, scarring, or an undesirable result.

Soak the treated area 3 times a day (for 5 minutes) with saline solution (saline wound wash). Please be sure not to double dip q-tips, cotton rounds, etc., into your saline wound wash, in order to prevent bacteria to be introduced. Continue this until the scabbing falls off on it’s own. This typically will be between 7-14 days. You can get the saline wound wash solution at your local grocery/drug store.

DO NOT pick or scratch the scabbing! The scabbing is the natural process for your body to reject and allow the unwanted pigment to lift to the surface. If you pick or pull at the scabbing, you will disrupt this process.

When all of the scabbing has naturally fallen off, begin applying a small drop of good vitamin E oil to the area. This will help to encourage the skin to heal and also helps to improve the skin health. Apply the vitamin E oil every day, for 8 weeks.


If the tattoo is on your hand, latex or vinyl gloves may be worn. However, be sure to remove them immediately after you’ve used them, as moisture will quickly build up in them.
Keep Saran Wrap and plastic tape near your shower so that you may securely cover the area while in the shower. Limit showers to 10 minutes or less.

No lotions, ointments, makeup, etc., until completely healed and the scabbing has fallen off on its own. This may take 2 weeks or longer for this to occur.

KEEP THE AREA COVERED with a Telfa or “non-stick” gauze or dressing to help avoid any irritation from clothing or other objects rubbing against it.

DO NOT PICK AT THE SCAB or you will prevent the saline solution from removing as much ink as possible…and may also result of scarring.

After the scab has fallen off, the skin beneath will appear pink for up to one year or longer. This varies according to each individual’s lymphatic system. You will notice continued lightening for several months following the removal. Remember to be patient and trust the process.

*Booking fees are non-refundable.
**Refunds are not offered on any service already performed**

Procell MicroChanneling Precare & Aftercare

Preparing For Your Procell™ Microchanneling Treatment


-Discontinue retinol (2% or higher) or tretinoin at least 3 days prior to treatment. For your first treatment, you can expect mild redness and swelling, and a tight, warm sensation for between 4 & 24 hours.

-No prolonged sun exposure to the face 24 hours prior to your treatment. A microneedling treatment will not be administered on sunburned skin. On the day of the treatment, please keep your face clean and do not apply makeup.

No waxing or electrolysis to the area being treated 5 – 7 days prior to treatment. Avoid taking anti-inflammatory medications, such as Advil or Motrin, at least three days before the session. Avoid blood-thinning agents, if possible, one week before to reduce bruising, which can be a side effect of microneedling.

-Do NOT consume any alcohol within 24 hours before and refrain from having any caffeinated foods or drinks the day of your microneedling procedure. These substances can promote bruising and inflammation, which can harm or hinder the healing process.

-No Botox, Fillers or Threads injected at least two weeks (or more) before getting microchanneling.


DO NOT touch treated areas with your hands, cellphone or any other foreign objects for 90 minutes after your treatment is finished. Bacteria from these sources can cause irritation or possible acne breakout. Avoid direct sunlight for 24 hours post treatment.

Stay Hydrated! Drinking water is integral to taking care of your health and skin. After your microneedling procedure, water is essential for the collagen production process – the more hydrated you are, the more healthy collagen cells your body can produce.

Swelling and redness are normal after microneedling treatments. It will most likely persist for at least 24 – 48 hours. Even with proper aftercare, there isn’t much you can do to get rid of the redness immediately after the procedure, so be patient.

Avoid activities that will heat up your skin, such as going in a hot tub/jacuzzi/sauna, taking a very hot shower, or strenuous exercise for 2 days after treatment.

-NO retinol or active ingredients for 7 days after treatment and 48 hours before treatment.

Channeling increases product absorption rate of your products by 80%. Because your skin is at a higher obsorbtion rate, it is critical to utilize the At Home Kit (every evening) provided to you, as well as a very good moisturizer (every morning and evening), and spf 30+ daily.

First Few Days: Continue gentle cleansing and moisturizing every day following your service. Avoid scrubbing, rubbing, or using exfoliants for 1 week.