1. Consultation:

  • Before the actual session, there is usually a consultation. During this time, you and the technician will discuss your expectations, preferences, and any specific concerns.
  • The technician will analyze your face shape, skin tone, and existing eyebrows or lips to customize the everything for you.

2. Designing:

  • Based on the consultation, the technician will sketch the eyebrow shape or outline your lips on your skin using a pencil. This step allows you to visualize and approve the proposed design before the Permanent Makeup begins.
  • Adjustments can be made to ensure the final result aligns with your preferences.

3. Numbing:

  • Once the design is finalized, a topical numbing cream or gel is applied to the eyebrow area to minimize discomfort during the procedure.
  • The numbing process typically takes about 20-30 minutes to take effect.

4. Eye Brows and Lip Blushing:

  • The pigments used on your lips will mimic a lip gloss or lip stick.
  • The process may take 2.5-4 hours, depending on various factors for eyebrows and lips.

5. Pigment Selection:

  • The technician will work with you to choose the appropriate pigment color that complements your natural hair color and skin tone.
  • Pigment selection is crucial in achieving a natural-looking result.

6. Checking Progress:

  • Throughout the procedure, the technician will show you the progress to ensure you are satisfied with the shape and color.

7. Final Touch-ups:

  • After the initial application, a follow-up session is often scheduled for touch-ups. This allows the technician to address any areas that may need additional pigment or adjustments.
  • Touch-up sessions are essential for perfecting the final result and ensuring longevity.

8. Aftercare Instructions:

  • Once the Permanent Makeup is complete, the technician will provide detailed aftercare instructions. This may include avoiding water contact, sun exposure, and specific skincare products during the initial healing period.
  • Proper aftercare is crucial for optimal healing and long-lasting results.

9. Healing Process:

  • The eyebrows will go through a healing process, and it’s common to experience some redness, swelling, and mild discomfort initially.
  • Over the next few weeks, the color may appear darker but will gradually fade to the desired shade.

10. Follow-up Appointment:

  • A follow-up appointment is scheduled 4-6 weeks after the initial session to assess the healed results and make any necessary adjustments.