What is PMU?
Permanent Make Up - Semi Permanent Cosmetics is also referred to as PMU
What is the Microblading/PMU healing process ?
Healing takes about 7-1 0 days, as everyone heals differently. The pigment colour will darken over the healing period. Its best not to get the brows wet for minimum 2 days. Day 5-10 you will notice the pigment has formed a minor scab, and will begin to flake off. Let the scabbing fall off naturally. After they are completely healed you may need to keep hydrated for another 1-2 weeks as the pigment will resurface. An ointment will be provided for the best healing results.
No tanning, waxing, plucking, swimming, or sweating during the healing process.
How long does it last?
There are many different factors that play a role in the longevity of PMU. On average about
1-3 years, depending on each individual and their skin tone, type and lifestyle.
Does it hurt?
I use 2 topical numbing creams to keep you as comfortable as possible; one we can apply during the process when it may become sensitive. Each individual is different, some clients feel nothing, and some clients have felt what is commonly described as "scratching"
Microblading/PMU during pregnancy?
Microblading is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
How long is the appointment and what should I expect?
Appointments on average are about 2-3 hours. I begin by mapping the brow outline using tools to create symmetry between both eyebrows. I choose the correct blade/needle size based on the style of brow, hair thickness and desired outcome. We then choose a pigment colour best matched to your natural hair colour and skin tone. A numbing solution is used before and during the procedure to ensure you're comfortable. Thats it, brows are created. I send you home with a healing cream/oil.
Is Microblading/PMU right for me?
Microblading has helped many women along different paths, with different skin types. Helping those with alopecia, cancer survivors, sparse grown hair, the over pluckers, over waxers, and anyone sick of using an eyebrow pencil. Oily skin types may be better suited for the electric PMU instead of manual microblading.
What to do & what NOT to do
No Waxing at least 2 days before your Eyebrow Appointment
Cosmetic Botox or Fillers should be done 2 weeks prior and 2 weeks after any PMU treatment
Do Not consume alcohol or take any blood thinners 24 hours before appointment
You may come in to the appointment with your eyebrows drawn on if you have a specific shape you prefer
You may experience hypersensitivity around or during your menstrual cycle
FAQ about Lip Blush
Please do not come with chapped or dry lips, exfoliate lips and keep them hydrated
Cold sores are a risk of lip blush tattoos, if you have had a previous cold sore, it is imperative that you take an anti-viral medication prior to procedure to help avoid an outbreak
Expect Lips will be swollen after procedure, you can ice them for the first 24 hours after procedure if needed, or take Arnica pills to help with swelling
Keep lips hydrated as much as possible during the healing time, and continue to keep hydrated as needed
Minor dryness and scabbing along the lip line could be expected during the healing time
Results vary based on each client, a touch up is sometimes needed within 3 months
FAQ about Eyeliner/Lash Enhancement
Please remove eyelash extensions and contact lenses before the procedure
Please do not use eye make up for at least 5 days after procedure to avoid any risk of infection
Do not pick at scabs, pat dry when washing face
Eyeliner/Lash Enhancement is a dry healing process, if it becomes too dry or itchy you can apply small amount of ointment provided
Avoid eyelash tinting and eyelash extensions until completely healed
Methods of payment?
Cash & Credit/Debit Cards
No Email Transfer
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