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When it comes to cosmetic tattoos, it's important to set realistic expectations. Healing may not be perfect after the first session, as this can be a two-step process that takes time. During the 10-day healing process, your cosmetic tattoos will go through changes and may appear different from day to day. It's essential to be patient and understand that the final outcome will gradually develop.

In order for your new tattoo to heal properly and look it's best these Instructions found below are super important.



For a successful lip appointment, it is important to ensure that your lips are not dry. If your lips are dry, you will need to reschedule your appointment. To prepare your lips, you may exfoliate them three days before your appointment to remove any dry skin. In the week leading up to the appointment, it is crucial to moisturize your lips as much as possible. I recommend using Aquaphor Lip Ointment for this purpose.

IMPORTANT: Please be aware that cold sores pose a risk for lip blush tattooing. If you have had a cold sore in the past, we strongly advise you to consult a doctor for an anti-viral medication before any lip procedure to help prevent an outbreak.


After your lip appointment, expect your lips to feel swollen and very dry. Apply ointment multiple times a day for at least 14 days following the treatment to prevent dryness, which can interfere with the healed color. Use a clean q-tip, not your fingers, to apply the ointment and reduce the risk of infection. Once your lips are no longer tender, they may become flaky. This is normal, but avoid picking or scratching at them as it can reduce pigment absorption.

Avoid sun exposure, tanning beds, and direct water pressure until your lips are fully healed. Use sunblock on your lips once they have healed and avoid using glycolic, hydroxy, or fruit acid products. You can resume wearing lipstick after healing.Redness, swelling, tenderness, and dryness are common post-treatment side effects that will dissipate shortly. Avoid oily, salty, acidic foods, and alcohol during the healing process.Please note that lips are unpredictable, and some clients may require a touch-up session to achieve the desired results. Results can vary based on individual factors such as sun damage, scar tissue, and implants. If you have a history of fever blisters, cold sores, or chickenpox, it is advised to consult a doctor for anti-viral medication prior to the procedure. Follow all pre and post-treatment instructions, 



Stop using any skin thinners (retinoids, glycolic acids, exfoliation) on the procedure area 2 weeks prior to your appointment. Any waxing or brow shaping can be done at your appointment. If you tint your brows, tint at least one week prior to the procedure. Cosmetic botox or fillers should be done 2 weeks prior or 2 weeks after. Do not consume alcohol, caffeine or take any blood thinners (aspirin, ibuprofen, niacin 48 hours before your procedure, this will cause excess bleeding and may affect your results). You may come in with how you normally draw in your brows so i can see what you are used to, this is especially important for clients who desire a specific brow shape. if you are open to suggestions, i am happy to help design a custom brow to personally suit you. You may experience hypersensitivity and more pain around or during your menstrual cycle.


Keep the area dry for the first 24 hours, blot the treated area with a tissue as needed for the first 24 hours to remove any lymph fluid. Gently wash the treated area twice per day with mild soap (baby shampoo, or vanicream cleanser) pat dry with a paper towel, then apply a thin layer of Aquaphor. Repeat these steps morning and night for a week. Do not use a washcloth on the treated area. Do not pick or scratch the treated area. Do not use a sauna, swim, or expose to steam for 10 days. Do not apply makeup to the treated area for 10 days. Do not perform any heavy exercise for 1 week. Avoid sweat on the treated area.



After eyeliner tattoos your eyes may swell or redden because of the delicate skin and sensitive areas, some clients feel it is best not to make any social plans for a day or two following any procedure. It is always best to avoid these procedures within months prior to important events such as weddings, vacations etc. Also if you have vascular eyelids, eyeliner tattoo is not recommended. Your eyes can be sensitive and bleed easily.

No eyelash extensions 1 week before and until 4 weeks after your touch up. No mascara on the day of the procedure and have your eyes free of makeup and moisturizer. No contact lenses, bring glasses and you can wear your contact lenses after 48 hours post procedure. If you have a previous eyeliner tattoo you need to send us a photo.If you have had any type of eye surgery, including Cataract, Lasik, blepharoplasty, you must get medical clearance from your doctor.


After the appointment, it is normal for the color to fade during the first 2 weeks, resulting in patchy sections. The pigment will gradually return to the surface within about 30 days, resulting in a subtle outcome. Please note that this procedure is eyelash enhancement, not eyeliner tattoos. It creates a soft, shadowed enhancement along the lash line to give the illusion of fuller lashes and a natural eye enhancement.

Instructions for the 10-day post tattoo procedure:

Gently wash the site with warm water and gentle soap using your hands only. Baby shampoo works well. Pat the area dry with a paper towel, avoiding rubbing. Massage the ointment onto the site for 10 seconds, then gently blot off any excess. Be careful to avoid getting ointment in your eyes. The area should not feel oily or greasy after blotting. Allow the skin to breathe.  Sleep with your head slightly elevated for the first few nights to reduce swelling.​​ Wait for 6 weeks for full healing before deciding if you need a touch-up. The color will fade by 30-40%. Most people do not require a touch-up, but if you feel you would benefit from an additional session, feel free to book a touch-up appointment.