Avoid the Following
Avoid drinking coffee, alcohol or caffinated drinks the night before or day of procedure. These can cause excess bleeding during procedure which may create color to ash during the healing process.
DO NOT take Aspirin, Fish Oil, Niacin, Vitamin E, B6, Omega 3, Ibuprofen or blood thinners 72 hours prior to your procedure. (Tylenol is fine)
It is recommended to schedule Microblading before appointment for Botox injections. Botox can be done 48 hours AFTER Microblading but Must Wait minimum of 2 weeks after Botox.
Must Wait minimum of 2 weeks if you have received a chemical peel, dermabrasion or a laser treatment.
Must Wait a minimum 3 days after waxing or threading.
Note: Smoking will cause the pigment to fade prematurely and anesthetics will not last as long.
Not Eligible for Microblading IF
If pregnant or nursing you will NOT be eligible for Tattoo services.
On Accutane or Strong Retinoids. Must wait 6 months after finishing treatments.
Doctors Note Required if you have Cancer, Circulatory Disorders or Bleeding Disorder.
FIRST DAY- With your aftercare cleansing solution, wipe with cotton pad 2 times a day.
DO NOT get brows directly wet with contaminated water (chlorine), over exposure with steam, avoid sweat directly in brows for 7 days.
Use a small amount of moisturizer in your Aftercare kit 2 times a day or as needed if brows feel dry. (Coconut oil may be a substitute)
2-4 Day(s)- These will be the days your pigment will look the darkest. Do not worry, they lighten. Clean twice a day. Morning & evening.
6-8 Day(s)- New skin will grow over the areas with pigment. This will create a light look to your brows. Your pigment will show through the new skin within a few days.
After 10 days use a gentle soap for cleansing.
DO NOT use ointments, cream with vitamins or antibiotics on eyebrows during the healing process.
No sunbathing or tanning for 4 weeks (affects fading).
If in the sun, cover brows with hat as often as possible.
Inform Skin Care Professional you have had Microblading if any treatment is scheduled before 6 weeks of healing has finished.
No Retinols, AHA's, exfoliating treatments, chemical peels, microdermabrasion or any other strong treatments for 2 weeks after your procedure. ALWAYS AVOID EYEBROW AREA
Schedule your first (included) touch-up 6-8 weeks after your procedure.
POST CARE LIPS: Please read carefully
FIRST DAY- Use Ice cubes to ease any swelling, if necessary. With your aftercare cleansing solution, pat gently once a day. Use Coconut oil or Aquifer to keep lips moisturized during healing.
Do Not use any other lip products until after first 7 days of healing, to avoid any irritation.
Be careful when eating spicy, salty or citrus foods; avoid them if possible. Use a straw if concerned about drinking liquids.
If you suffer from cold sores it is highly recommend you take a preventative medication before your lip procedure. Lip Blush Tattoo can cause irritation, if not prevented by medication cold sores have a higher chance of appearing.
2-5 Day(s)- These will be the days your pigment will look the darkest. Do not worry, lips will lighten 30-50%
6-8 Day(s)- Lips will finish peeling, this will create a light look to your lips. Your pigment will settle within the next 3 weeks of healing.
Keep Moisturizing until fully healed.
DO NOT use ointments, cream with vitamins or antibiotics on lips during the healing process.
Avoid sun bathing or tanning to prevent fading. Healing process may vary for each client. Expect a minimum of 3 weeks for lips most sensitive time.
Shower before each treatment. You won’t be able to wash or wet your scalp (this includes sweating excessively) for 4 days after each appointment.
After the first four days, moisturize the treated area once a day with Black Bloom's after care kit.
In the weeks between treatments,
DO NOT swimming, use steam or sauna rooms, or take extremely hot showers. Excessive heat and steam will irritate the treated area.
Avoid exposing your scalp to the sun for the first four days (wearing a hat is fine). On the fifth day after treatment, you can expose the treated skin to sun for one hour, or 45 minutes if you have very fair skin.