EYELINER MICROPIGMENTATION

FACTS AND INFORMATION

  • Sweat removes pigment and must be avoided during the first week of the healing process, most importantly the first 48 hours after service. A client who books an eyeliner micropigmentation appointment should please expect this and adjust their workout schedule accordingly. This is very important!

  • A Perfecting Visit (touchup) at  8 weeks post initial service is included and is part of all permanent makeup services. At this  appointment, the healed result will be assessed and the client’s personal experience will be discussed. Any adjustments needed will be made at this time.  NOTE this complementary 8 week touchup service is forfeited if the client chooses to cancel or reschedule it without giving at least 48 hours notice. A $75 rebooking fee will be required if Client wishes to reschedule their touchup appointment 

 

  • Any chemical that is regularly applied to the lash lines (such as LatisseTM) can potentially fade/ change the appearance of the pigment even after the skin is fully healed

  • Pigment should be given at least 30 days to settle in the skin before being exposed to extensive sun and/ or swimming. Client should make sure there is adequate healing time after service when planning vacation dates or certain activities. After 30 days, client should continue to keep their eyes protected from the sun by wearing a hat and sunglasses whenever possible. Unprotected sun exposure will negatively affect pigment retention over time

  • Complications from eyeliner micropigmentation are extremely rare. The micropigmentation needles Emily uses are sealed, sterile, and single use only. All supplies used during the micropigmentation service are properly disposed of upon completion of that service. Any post- procedure issue would stem from poor attention to after care

  • Allergic reactions are very uncommon. In fact, eyeliner micropigmentation is a great solution for people who are sensitive to cosmetics! The line of pigments Emily uses is hypoallergenic and highly reputable 

  • An optional allergy test (referred to as a  “patch test”) is available for clients who wish to check for possible allergic reactions to the products used for this service.  If a client wishes to have a patch test done, it is solely their responsibility to schedule it. A patch test must be completed no less than one week before the eyeliner micropigmentation procedure takes place. If the client chooses not to have a patch test, they will sign a patch test waiver form on the day of their eyeliner micropigmentation appointment.  NOTE: allergic reactions can develop at ANY TIME, and a negative patch test does not guarantee a person will not have a reaction later

  • Though the client’s complete satisfaction is our goal, there can be no guarantees with this type of service. Variables including but not limited to skin type, unknown or undisclosed disorders, medications, and poor attention to aftercare can all negatively affect results